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Mother's Day: Breakfast in bed made easy

Celebrate Mother’s Day with an easy menu. Children can help prepare Breakfast-in-Bed Berries, and Sweet & Savory Twisties, recipes included below. Christine Moore/ Special to the Town Crier

Combining two bits of information – breakfast is the most important meal of the day and Mother’s Day is the only day of the year designated to spoiling mom from the moment she wakes – I can make a compelling argument that Mother’s Day breakfast is the most important meal of the entire year.

Is that too much pressure to put on a breakfast?

Food as art: Local photographer recasts recipes in full color

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Recipe, photo and illustration by Erin Gleeson for “The Forest Feast”

When creating the cookbook “The Forest Feast: Simple Vegetarian Recipes from My Cabin in the Woods” (Abrams/Stewart, Tabori and Chang, 2014), local photographer Erin Gleeson reimagined her blog as a photo book of sprawling sunlit pages, featuring local produce and watercolor annotations.

Using Bay Area ingredients and shooting exclusively in and around her cabin near Skyline Drive, Gleeson has built a tiny vegetarian empire out of her love, as a photography student, for the fruits and vegetables of the farmers’ market.

Steins Beer Garden celebrates a year of craft brews in Mtn. View

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Ted Kim of Steins Beer Garden says that business has “surpassed all expectations.”

When Steins Beer Garden opened at 895 Villa St. in downtown Mountain View in March 2013, it quickly became a destination for craft beer and elevated comfort food. With the recent celebration of its first anniversary, I spoke with owner Ted Kim about the experience so far, and what comes next for Steins.

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