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Easter is one of those surprisingly hectic holidays. You always think it's going to be all egg-hunting, chocolate-rabbit-devouring and Peep-eating, but you forget about the grocery-shopping, egg-dying and ham-baking. When all you want to do is eat brunch and run around the yard in a pretty floral dress, you end up at the store at the last minute, buying food for the company. Leave it to Whole Foods Market (1601 South Brentwood Boulevard, Brentwood; or 314-968-7744) to help you enjoy your frenzied errand-running with an Easter Brunch and Omelet Station from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. The spread includes more than twenty items, and an omelet can be prepared to your liking whilst you're filling your cart with specialty foods for your picky guests. If only you could bring them to Whole Foods for dinner instead....
Sun., April 8

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