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Christmas breakfast can be tasty, easy if made ahead

A no-cook Christmas brunch will help you avoid the stove on this busy morning. From left, Crispbread with Pepper-Dill Creme Fraiche and Smoked Salmon, Yogurt and Granola Parfait and a Critus Salad keep the labor down and flavor up.
A no-cook Christmas brunch will help you avoid the stove on this busy morning. From left, Crispbread with Pepper-Dill Creme Fraiche and Smoked Salmon, Yogurt and Granola Parfait and a Critus Salad keep the labor down and flavor up.
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Breakfast sometimes becomes an afterthought on Christmas Day. Between family visits and the traditional morning exchange of gifts, the first meal of the day can fall to the wayside. And an empty stomach in the morning can lead to a famished feeling before the dinner table is decked out with all the trimmings of a traditional feast. That’s why some culinarians prefer to feed their families and guests amid the pleasant lassitude of a late ...

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