Oatmeal, though a breakfast mainstay, too often serves as a mere backdrop for the ingredients that accompany it. But restaurants are exploring different methods of preparation as well as utilizing different varieties of oatmeal in a bid to provide choices for customers looking for something healthful as well as different. Oatmeal is "a traditional dish that's getting a real nice shot in the arm," said Lowell Petri, vice president of marketing for Mimis Cafe, a family-dining concept ...
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