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Cheeseburger Breakfast, Part II.

Christopher Locke

You may remember one of the greatest breakfasts ever, the Cheeseburger Breakfast.  You may also already know that the best kind of cheeseburger is one with a fried egg on it.

In fact, here's a photo of one such cheeseburger:

This one's from a restaurant in Austin called "El Sapo."  It's a charming old garage that's been turned into a semi-sophisticated bar and restaurant.  Mostly a bar.  They have twice as many seats at the bar than they have parking spots in the lot.  So plan on riding your fixie, or take an Uber.

Anyway, it's a hell of a burger, and exponentially greater when they put a farm-fresh egg on top.  Wow.  Many protein.

So back to my point... If you already read the post about the cheeseburger breakfast, or you already know about the best breakfast foods ever, then you don't need me to tell you about Sawyer and Company's cheeseburger omelette.  If you don't know, you're going to learn today.

A cheeseburger omelette is just what it sounds like.  It's an omelette stuffed with ground beef, grilled onions, cheese, tomatoes, and FRENCH FRIES.  That's right.  Fries INSIDE the omelette.  The day I ate my first cheeseburger omelette, I was reborn.

One may think it couldn't get any better than that, but one would be wrong.  The omelette comes with a tasty, tasty biscuit.  The biscuit is the cupcake's ugly cousin.  But don't take my word for it. Pour some melted butter on it and chow down!

You can thank me later.