With butter lettuce, lemon oil, sea salt. $15
Boulettes Larder, San Francisco CA
Omg, these eggs were frickin’ amazing! They were the most perfect soft scramble I’ve ever had. I thought that the goat cheese might make the eggs too heavy or make their texture too dense, but they didn’t. The cheese added a great flavor and silky texture to the eggs. The coarse pepper and seat salt added even more flavor and a crunchy texture, and the lemon oil added brightness. Even the beautifully separated butter lettuce leaves were perfect and tasted great with the delicate eggs. Noms!! Fiftenn dollars for scrambled eggs you ask? I’d pay it again in a heartbeat for these sublime eggs.
7×7 Magazine’s The Big Eat San Francisco: 100 Things to Eat + Drink Before You Die – 2012
Table salt and coarse pepper. I like the wooden bark scooper!
Elephant door handles, Castro Street. There is something about elephant door handles that I find really cool. These are more in the likeness of Asian elephants than African. I’m not a fan of the garage door colors, but I like the finish of the elephant handles.