A Better Way to Breakfast


Food TV�??s Tyler Florence
Why settle for a Starbucks muffin and a copy of The Plain Dealer when you can start your day with Cr�me Brule French Toast and a copy of Maxim? Joseph-Beth Booksellers has just unveiled its new breakfast menu, featuring a dozen mouth-watering items inspired by best-selling and celebrity chefs' cookbooks. Among the items now available at the Legacy Village store's Bistro: Banana Cream Pancakes (courtesy of Bon Appetite), Perfect Recipe's Chicken Mushroom Crepes, and the Yogurt Berry Parfait (created by Food TV's Tyler Florence). If you like what you're eating, Joseph-Beth offers special prices on cookbooks every morning, so you can try to make Sandra Lee's Big Cinnamon Rolls at home. Breakfast is served from 8 to 11 a.m. Monday through Saturday and 9 a.m. to noon on Sunday. --Michael Gallucci

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