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CORKY’S KITCHEN & BAKERY, PERRIS

 

If you ever had any doubts about COTV’s ability to eat, a week like this one will put them to rest – lunch at Precision on Saturday, breakfast at Corky’s on Tuesday and a Mystery Lunch Run on Sunday to who knows where but with food, all in the span of 9 days. This Corky’s, chosen by Carol and Marilyn, is on the edge of Murrieta and officially in Perris. We heard that they were always busy, even though open 24 hours a day. They seemed quiet when we arrived but certainly were pretty full when we left. They told Rob that they serve 1100 meals on a Sunday in their location, so we are glad they could fit us in.

There were about 30 COTV folks in attendance, including Maya, Kim and Val Sparks’ granddaughter, who has won enough raffle prizes at COTV meetings to almost be considered a member. She and her grandfather came in his Model A instead of the Corvette. Steve Ryan brought his friend Mike, who had joined us at a previous breakfast social. As always, Skip Hipp was there early to make sure things were being set up for us and he even beat Bruce Mofford to be first on site this time. After all, it is more in his neck of the woods. Even Willie Nagle joined the group to show how great she looks with her weight loss from her new eating plan.

If you come to Corky’s hungry, it is guaranteed that you won’t leave that way. The breakfasts are HUGE. An omelette is made with 5 eggs, a regular breakfast or skillet has 4 and the only way to get less is to order the Senior Breakfast, which has only 2 eggs but comes with all sorts of other stuff. The waitresses did a great job ferrying full plates of food to everyone as they sat down and no one seemed to wait very long for either food or coffee. A HUGE thank you to the staff, from start to finish, from seating to serving.

We wonder where the Breakfast Queens will take us next time. They sure are doing a fantastic job finding just the right places. They probably get some assistance from Bill and Leonard, so let’s give all four of them a big hand!

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