The Best Avocado Toast in the San Francisco Bay Area? You Be the Judge!

The avocados are from California purchased @Sigona’sRedwoodCity, dressed w/ Meyer lemon juice, organic California toasted sesame oil, organic Happy Boy Farms parsley, 12 year aged balsamic vinegar, Redmond Real Salt from Utah, & Spanish style smoked pimenton from Penzey’s spice shop in Menlo Park. Toast is Ezekiel sesame multigrain purchased from Trader Joe’s in San Mateo.
The 2017 Birichino Jurassic Park Vineyard Old Vine Chenin Blanc we will serve w/ the avo toast plus Backhaus pretzel epis (pictured below) & Fifth Crow organic gem lettuce (Pescadero, California).
Backhaus pretzel epis being warmed up in a 400 degree electric oven using a baking stone.
Fresh from the oven …
Fifth Crow Farms’ amazing organic gem lettuce, purchased from the College of San Mateo Saturday farmers’ market (ca. 8:30am – noon).

Music to accompany the meal: Mark Knopfler’s Screenplaying: Music From Local Hero (dir. Bill Forsyth), The Princess Bride (dir. Rob Reiner), Last Exit To Brooklyn (dir. Uli Edel), & Cal (dir. Pat O’Connor), Warner Brothers, 1993.

Excellent CD to play on a Friday evening after a long week’s worth of work. Thanks, Mark! You rock, dude.

Published by Sempervirens117

I am a content writer and founder of sempervirens117.com, an eco consultancy based in Woodside, California that assists Silicon Valley companies in developing greener products and promoting sustainable Earth solutions on social media. I offer team training sessions year-round in Northern California.

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