Like so many counties these days, Sonoma County, California has a great Farmer’s Market that is open on Saturdays and Wednesdays. If you have never been to a Farmer’s Market, it is my belief that this is where one goes to find hidden culinary treasures! Olive oils, fresh eggs, vinegars, cheeses, dried fruits, and cured meats are some of my first place prize holders and must stops on the shopping list.
Now shopping, sampling, and chatting can be taxing, therefore located at the end of the strip is a griddle with great eats. Why are they so great you ask? It’s because these chefs are buying from the food vendors you were just at. In fact it’s a touch of living comedy to see the chefs run out from behind the griddle and then bustle back with crates of eggs and start wielding their spatulas again as their customer line gets longer and longer.
The idea for this great breakfast burrito came from the market, but you can easily make it at home. Disclaimer: It may not be as amazing as it would be on a lazy Saturday morning when the eggs were fresh from the coop, but none-the-less it is delicious. Enjoy!
Layer ingredients in the order they are listed:
Finely shredded Cheese blend
2 eggs over medium or over easy – very runny yolks
1/2 of an avocado, sliced
2 strips of thick cut bacon, tucked into the sides
Pico de Gallo
Roll into a burrito and enjoy! Oh, and don’t forget the coffee!