Fast Break: Omelette


Omelettes might be the most technically difficult thing to make for breakfast. Getting the goodies-to-eggs ratio just right so it doesn’t break when folded or simply become a really delicious plate of scrambled eggs is not something for the faint-hearted, …

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Fast Break: A Square Meal In Oatmeal


We all probably have memories of a particularly horrible bowl of slimy, grey oatmeal and have since refused to ever try that again. It’s bland, it’s boring, and it’s visually unappealing.

You can see why it’s easy to forget that …

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Meet The Server: Wendi Reed


Sunny Street Café in Westerville is full of character. Knick-knacks on the walls, cute little sayings on the chalkboard, and deep involvement with the community makes everyone who enters feel right at home. Wendi Minico has been helping build that …

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Best Bites Brunch- Thank You!


Best Bites Brunch Sunny Street Cafe

On Thursday April 14th Sunny Street Café participated in Best Bites Brunch Columbus, a fantastic evening event where Columbus residents got to try samples from numerous restaurants in town, all benefitting a great cause. Columbus Underground, the event host, …

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Fast Break: Spinach


In a salad, mixed in an omelette, rolled up in a wrap, spinach is everywhere- and for good reason. Part of the chenopod family, spinach’s brothers and sisters are beets, quinoa, and chard. That’s vegetable royalty, right there. Spinach …

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Grilled Cheese Reigns Supreme


National Grilled Cheese Day- the history of grilled cheese

Perfectly toasted bread, two different kinds of cheese melted together in a gooey, stringy, sandwich: that’s grilled cheese. Add a bowl of hot tomato soup and you have your childhood swimming before your eyes. There’s a good reason why today …

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New Carbondale Restaurant Donates To Community


Carbondale IL restaurant donates to Boys and Girls Club

On March 29th the new Carbondale, IL Sunny Street Café held its Grand Opening ceremony. Complete with ribbon-cutting and a great crowd, the new café is thankful for the great turn out and all the beautiful sunshine!


Not only

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Fast Break: Banana’s Foster


History of Banana's Foster on national Caramel Day

Today is National Caramel Day, so we’ve decided to celebrate a caramel classic: Banana’s Foster. There’s just something so perfect about banana’s foster: sweet, salty, fruity. You can make it the traditional way, served in a bowl with ice

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Meet The Server: Michelle Grasshoff


Meet the Server at Wentzville, MO, MIchelle Grasshoff

From Rochester, NY to Korea to St Louis, Michelle Grasshoff has truly seen the world. After so many travels, she’s now been in the St Louis area for 5 years and loves it. She’s close to her children, whom she’ll

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Fast Break: Feta


The history and making of feta cheese

Crumbled on top of a Greek Salad or sprinkled on eggs benedict, feta is that salty, fresh burst of flavor that you know and love. Probably the Greek cheese most universally known, feta has made it into the hearts of …

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