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A group of people take their chairs to the front of the stage, where they sit talking to the audience. A man passes along the line with a microphone, individual voices spring out of the babble. They're all describing romantic encounters: the horror of a date with spinach in his teeth, the excitement of a new partner, an embarrassing pet name. Many of the stories are funny. Most are cut off mid-sentence, individual experience becoming a chatter of human need.

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Eggs Florentine

Serves 4

Both this and eggs Benedict are popular throughout the day, not just for breakfast or brunch, no doubt because of the perfect combination of ingredients – poached egg and spinach or ham on an English muffin, topped with buttery hollandaise. Our muffins are handmade by Flour Station, which you will find at a lot of farmers’ markets.

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