This old San Francisco diner specialty is a mashup of scrambled eggs and a meaty stir-fry. Ground beef is fried with onion and some baby spinach, then eggs are scrambled in. Serve with good sourdough toast.
This is an old San Francisco diner special—food writer James Oseland traces it back to the 1920s, and a defunct Italian-American café called New Joe’s. It’s a simple scramble, enhanced by ground beef, onion, garlic, and a high proportion of spinach, and enriched with Parmesan cheese.... Read More