While for some, breakfast is a chore, a hassle many don't want to face. No one has time to cook breakfast anymore. For others, it marks the start of a new day. I belong to the second group (and so does Sam Sifton, national editor at The New York Times). When I think of breakfast, I'm reminded of Alice in Wonderland, when the Queen says, "Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast." Breakfast breeds endless possibilities.
When I met with Melbourne-born, London-traveled, and now Amsterdam-based designer Sarah Napier over coffee on a Sunday afternoon in late December, we found ourselves sharing our love for breakfast, savoring what it is and dreaming of what it could be. A food enthusiast at heart, Sarah decided to take her homemade granola to the streets and Granola for Granola was born. I interviewed Sarah about her business and keepin' it real over on The Makers Amsterdam.