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Eat This Week, March 15 to 21, 2017: Breakfast at Limlaw's

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In West Topsham, the Limlaw family opens its sunny post-and-beam sugarhouse for a Sunday buffet breakfast series each spring when the sap is flowing. For the uninitiated, it's one of the finest morning meals available anywhere in Vermont. Find cheddar quiches studded with bacon, pepper and onion, or try buttery biscuits and thick gravy riddled with crumbled sausage. Meat lovers will appreciate the trays brimming with hefty slices of ham, thick-cut bacon and maple-sweetened sausages, while those with a sweet tooth may gravitate toward French-toast bread pudding, cider doughnuts, pancakes or waffles. Any of the above must be doused with as much maple syrup as you dare, or slathered with silky-smooth, melty maple cream. Because how often do you brunch right where the sap was boiled?

Maple Breakfast Buffet: Sundays through March 26, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., Limlaw Family Maple Farm, West Topsham. $13.99 plus drinks; reservations recommended, 439-6880.

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