Man, I wish I could have been there among the millions, or even out in a crowd soaking up the good vibrations. But deadlines loomed, so I stayed home and made a massive breakfast that was all-American, if you now have adjusted your internal compass to "anything goes" on our culinary patchwork landscape: Austin-inspired migas, refried pintos from Colorado, ginger-chili-raspberry jam from New Mexico on outrageously delicious bread made right here in Seattle by Macrina, a mug of organically grown Starbucks. Only thing missing was a Fran's salted caramel chocolate.
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