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Courtesy dash Magazine
The August 2012 edition of dash magazine features brain-boosting breakfasts to start the school day, the magazine says.

dash Magazine arriving Wednesday

The latest issue of dash, the food magazine from the publishers of Parade magazine, is distributed with The Journal Gazette on Wednesday.

Among the items included:

  • Dashboard: Ask editors your cooking questions at Facebook/dashrecipes. Find us at Twitter.com/dashrecipes and Pinterest.com/dashrecipes.
  • Opening Acts: Do-it-yourself coffee recipes for a Mocha Frap, Cookies 'n' Cream Frap, and Iced Cappuccino.
  • Brain-Boosting Breakfasts: Recipes for Happy Face Waffles, Strawberry Banana Silver Dollar Pancakes, Breakfast Pitas, Cherry Walnut Granola and Pizza Omelet. Find more funny faces for breakfast at dashrecipes/fun.
  • Label to Table: A light but filling recipe for Some-Like-It-Hot Chicken Salad.
  • Easy Entertaining: Quick hot-weather meals for Pasta Pesto with Chicken and Grilled Steak with Vegetable Couscous.
  • Sweet Endings: Store-bought cake and summer's ripest fruit make this Mango-Raspberry Trifle a seriously sweet treat.

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