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Bonus Recipes from Maine Innkeepers

Bonus Recipes from Maine Innkeepers
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by in Jan 2010
A long table overflows with morning treats, including lemon crepes and tomato and basil breakfast pie.
Photo/Art by Heath Robbins
A long table overflows with morning treats, including lemon crepes and tomato and basil breakfast pie.

Try these great breakfast recipes from four inns of Rockland, Maine — Berry Manor Inn, Old Granite Inn, Captain Lindsey House, and LimeRock Inn. Hint: they are known for their breakfasts.

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Breakfast Recipes from Maine Innkeepers

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