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Breakfast Remnants from the 101 Cafe

February 4th, 2009 · No Comments

The title of this post is “Breakfast Remnants,” even though there are no true remnants aside from the plates and utensils.  It was so, so good that I couldn’t leave a crumb on the plate!

What is left over from a good meal is usually just an empty plate.
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What once sat on this plate, in the comfortable and sunny dining room of the 101 Cafe in Oceanside, California, was something I wish I’d thought of creating: an Ortega Green Chile omelet, served with flour tortillas and a dish of salsa.  You will notice that the entire contents of the salsa dish are gone – it is completely empty!  Man, was that good!

This photo was taken on 17 December 2008.  I visited the 101 Cafe three times during my week-long visit.  It is just a few blocks from the beach, where I stayed, and sits on the old Highway 101 (which functioned as the north-south California coastal route before the interstate system was built).  It is also half a block away from my grade school, St. Mary, Star of the Sea school.

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