Just because bacon and sausage don't belong on the breakfast tray of a vegetarian doesn't mean you can't make a scrumptious breakfast for someone with dietary restrictions. In fact, breakfast foods offer plenty of mouth-watering, non-meat options. If you're cooking breakfast in bed for a vegetarian or someone else with a special diet, just be sure that meat is the only thing he or she abstains from. (Vegans, for instance, say no to eggs, cheese, butter and all other dairy products. Some people are also sensitive to gluten, which means no wheat or oats.)
For a Special Touch: Tangy Bloody Marys are a refreshing complement to savory omelets and frittatas. Skewer some raw vegetables, peppers and olives for a tasty garnish.
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