Late-summer breakfast

Somehow I’ve developed the habit of eating a toasted corn tortilla topped with goat cheese and slice jalapenos for breakfast. Is that weird? I don’t know.

This morning, though, I picked some zucchini blossoms. 

This morning's harvest wasn't enough for stuffing and frying...

I didn’t have enough to go to the effort of stuffing and frying, so I chopped one up and sprinkled it on my tortilla. Such a lovely, delicate flavor.

Breakfast

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I’m quite sure that if you eat a flower in the morning, you’ll have a good day.

Note: I get my chewy, dense, handmade corn tortillas in East LA at La Azteca Tortilleria, 4538 E. Cesar E. Chavez Avenue. Los 5 Puntos, on the same street, is also good. If I’m out of good tortillas and can’t make the trip east, I’ll eat Trader Joe’s homemade corn tortillas.

Question: What do you eat for breakfast?

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About cdhla

I'm a former editor at several lifestyle magazines who's been freelancing since moving from NYC to LA. I call my blog The Chipped Platter to remind us that chips are better than perfection. The platter in question, a round one made by Gien, has traveled the world with me, visited with friends and family, celebrated milestones, and offered sustenance. My cherished Chipped Platter is part of the family. (I love my chipped plates, too!) On this blog, I'll be sharing my adventures of cooking for my family and friends, venturing out into restaurants and learning tips from people I meet. Come along!
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