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Breakfast with Santa and Boursin Mushroom Chicken in Today's Eater's Digest

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Breakfast with Santa!
Santa is all booked up for breakfast at the Phoenix Zoo this weekend but you still have a chance to take the little ones to feast with Santa over the weekend. Three Valley resorts still have reservations available for their versions of breakfast with Santa.

All the way over on the westside of town, The Grill at the Wigwam Golf Resort & Spa will be hosting Brunch with Santa from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday December 18th. Mrs. Clause will be sharing stories and Santa will be listening to the kiddos Christmas wishes. $25++ for adults and $15++ for children. Call 623-856-1094 for reservations.

If you can't make it out west, The Phoenician will also host Breakfast with Santa, Saturday from 9 to 12 p.m. in the Camelback Ballroom. The menu will feature scrambled eggs, fresh fruit, chocolate-chip pancakes and other breakfast treats. Kids can have their picture taken with Old Saint Nick, decorate cookies and watch holiday movies. $45++ for Adults and $30++ for kids ages 3 -12. Call 480-423-2530 for reservations.

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If Saturday isn't your day, Santa will be having breakfast at Rico's American Grill at the Pointe Tapatio Cliffs on 4 different occasions. December 18, 19, 23 and the 24th. Fill your tummy, get your picture taken with Santa, play a few games and have a lot of fun! Seating times are 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. $27++ for adults and $16++ for children ages 3 - 10. Credit card reservations are required. (602) 997-5850

Chicken with Mushroom Sauce
If the hectic holiday season has kept you out of the kitchen for the last couple weeks, treat yourself to a homemade meal. Chicken with Boursin Mushroom Sauce is a quick meal with a gourmet taste. Perfect for a weeknight or busy weekend dinner.

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