Breakfast Burritos Recipe
The Boat Galley
By Carolyn Shearlock
I love dawn on the boat, whether we’re getting an early start on the day’s travel or just enjoying life aboard. With a mug of steaming coffee in hand, we watch the sun rise and the world come to life. More often than not, we eat breakfast on deck, watching the birds diving for fish and, if we’re lucky, even spot a dolphin or two.
One unforgettable morning in the La Mona anchorage of Bahia de Los Angeles in the Sea of Cortez, we watched two adult dolphins teaching a baby to leap into the air. One adult at a time would execute a perfect arc, then the youngster would try. The first few times, it barely poked its head out of the water. Half an hour later, it got totally out of the water. Even though it was more of a belly flop than arc, we felt like applauding!
Whether we’re at anchor or on the move, we enjoy breakfast burritos. If we’re eating outside, I can easily wrap them in foil so they’ll stay warm on a chilly morning. And if we’re underway, they’re nice, tidy and easy to hold at the helm. Best of all, they’re hearty enough to carry us from early morning to lunch time.
My basic recipe follows, but you can vary it considerably according to what’s available and your . . .
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