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    Get Creative with Breakfast: Pancakes Take New Shapes

    Weekends are meant for pancakes, waffles and French toast — especially during the fall months. As the weather gets cooler, the meals get a little heartier. But sometimes pancakes can get somewhat routine: maple syrup, maybe a sprinkle of powdered sugar, some fruit and butter. One man, however, is ta...
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