Mes amis -
I occasionally have freelanced for the London Review of Breakfasts, an outstanding organization across the pond with a focus on sandwiches. I'm sorry, on breakfasts. I have written for them before under the ludicrous nom de plume of T.N. Toost. The editor, Malcolm Eggs, has just come out with a book called the Breakfast Bible, which is an outstanding collection of recipes, vignettes, reviews, and documented facts about breakfasts around the world, including the United States of America, which is why it is so important to our readership and the world.
He will be visiting New York City on a media blitz from May 10-20. If you or someone you know is a major media personality in the New York City area, I would highly encourage you or that person you know to reach out to Mr. Eggs immediately via Twitter or some other device, whatever the kids are using these days. You can also get through to him via my email, which I still check on occasion and will make a point of reviewing until May 20, at least.
Otherwise, order the Bible of Breakfasts and support the magnificent research that is going on in Britain, with which we have a special relationship.
Your friend and critic, Beau Cadiyo