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House sausage + free-range eggs + organic sourdough = ready to ride.
Tangy sourdough bread is slicked with house-cultured butter and fresh blackberry jam, and a dense porridge made from farro and mustard seeds comes tricked out with charred broccoli and mushrooms roasted in brown butter.
Remember to set your clocks forward tonight (note to self: add an hour onto the sourdough's overnight rise) and maybe factor in an extra cortado tomorrow morning.
However, thick slices of sourdough and a mild feta or ricotta salata also make great accompaniments.
Maybe a slice of hearty sourdough from your local bakery?
Toast 4 thick slices of sourdough or country bread.
Chad Robertson, of San Francisco’s cultishly loved bakery Tartine, has done so many collaborations that his sourdough starter is everywhere from New York to Stockholm, as iconic as a gurgling blob of yeast can be.
Mark Nordman, Iditarod race marshal and race director, ate bacon wrapped in a sourdough pancake — turning breakfast portable.
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Definition of sourdough for English Language Learners
: a type of dough that is allowed to ferment before it is baked and that has a slightly sour taste
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