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In the Spotlight

The Horses Are Running at
Del Mar!


At least they will be as of July 21, just six days away!

Here’s an idea! Plan your trips to Del Mar after having had a delicious breakfast at either of the Broken Yolk Cafe’s two exciting restaurants! The all new Broken Yolk Cafe in the Grand Plaza at 101 S. Las Posas Road, San Marcos, or the Broken Yolk Cafe just a few furlongs away from Del Mar at 7670 El Camino Real, Carlsbad. At either location you’ll dine as though you were High Royalty (which, of course, you are). The beautiful, efficient, smiling and courteous waitresses will see to it that you are served promptly and with the finest food in the land!

You might even want to consider (a) having breakfast at Broken Yolk Cafe and, (b) having them prepare a meal to take with you to Del Mar, thus avoiding the high priced concession food at the track.

The business of Broken Yolk Cafe is to see not only that you are well fed, but well cared for, and this is just one example of value added service they offer.

We wish you good fortune at Del Mar! You and your family and friends deserve some time to relax. The combination of Broken Yolk Cafe’ and Del Mar will make for many great memories that will last for years to come!

Two great locations to serve you, San Marcos and La Costa, both conveniently close to Del Mar and its fantastic Thoroughbred Racing Season.

Always plenty of free, convenient parking at both locations. Attractive, taste tempting menus ensure that you’ll never leave a Broken Yolk Cafe hungry. They are very generous with their portions and the food is prepared just so. Top Management, Top Chefs, Top Wait and Service Staff, Top Food, it all adds up to a great and pleasurable experience.

Plan this Racing Season at Del Mar around Broken Yolk Cafes!

 

 

Guy Herald
The Cookware Man

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Guy Herald, demonstrating his cookware to a clearly fascinated audience at the Lawrence Welk Farmer’s Market

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Folks who enjoy their kitchens, those who simply love to cook, demand the best in cookware. It not only makes their job easier, but it is more efficient, it makes for healthier meals, and it gives out the statement . . . . “we care about our food and its preparation. That’s why we use products from Guy Herald Cookware.”

Guy Herald heads up what is now a two generation business. His dad started the business in 1947 and was the first one to start demonstrations at State Fairs in 1961.

Guy grew up with the business, has been doing it himself since 1973. His family business has been in downtown Escondido for 34 years. He’s married, his parents still live in Escondido, in the Oak Hill area, and he also has one sister who lives locally.

He does Farmer’s Markets and other type of showings 4-5 times a week throughout San Diego County. He also goes to the State Fairs in Ventura and Indio.

The Cookware was originally all aluminum, before stainless became the state of the art. Also, it started as cooking parties in homes where you brought in friends/neighbors. Much research and many changes have gone into the cookware business since then.

Tutorials are offered after purchase. “When you purchase a set of cookware, you need support. That’s what I pride myself in: that I’m here for you, and can answer any of your questions and help you in any way to enjoy your new cookware.


Guy Herald demonstrates his top professional cookware at the Lawrence Welk Farmer’s Market. He appears there every Monday from 3 to 7pm. He also appears at the Escondido Farmer’s Market every Tuesday, also from 3 to 7pm.

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