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We know that Deluxe has divine blueberry pancakes, but we at Bwog believe it’s time to diversify your dining portfolio. In our Brunch Chronicles, we will take our time and gladly overeat at leisure any time before 1 pm. In this latest addition, Bwog’s intrepid brunch warriors Brian Wagner and Sylvie Krekow checked out Il […]

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The weather sux. Life is dull. Remember the good ol’ days when life was carefree? Let’s commiserate together! Hit play on this next video, read on, and just… think about life. “I’m almost at where I want to be philosophically… and did I tell you she called me?” “Sometimes when your blood sugar is low, […]

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Nom^3’s take on Meatless Mondays, NOMdays, launched yesterday in Lerner. Clients picked up pre-ordered meals, which they had chosen from an option of three vegetarian dishes. Bwog was sort of impressed, sort of not. MENU 1: Quinoa with avocado and pumpkin/marinated cucumber and chickpeas/apple The ratio of the portions was surprising. A generous helping of […]

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