We've only ever eaten at an In-N-Out Burgers twice on our visits to California. In fact, many years ago I spent a summer in southern California and never laid eyes on an In-N-Out. So, I'm not exactly sure in what regions they are located, but it's a chain with branches even in Arizona. The restaurant offered a map for people traveling by car this summer to locate restaurants along the way. It would have been fun to get one, but I am learning to be more concerned about the environment and not so wasteful.
This open-faced sandwich recipe comes from Marsha via a favorite bagel joint of hers in the Newport Coast area of California. I don't remember the name of the store, but it's not a chain, which makes it difficult to order it out. Just get the supplies and eat in.
1/2 Sesame Bagel, Toasted
1 Tablespoon Cream Cheese
1/5 Avocado, Sliced
Lemon Pepper in Grinder, To Taste
Salt, To Taste
Cover the bagel with the cream cheese. (Marsha is very generous with the cream cheese.) Top with the avocado slices, sliced your preferred thickness. (Marsha's son, Austin, likes his slices super thin.)
Sprinkle with Salt and fresh ground lemon pepper to taste.
Has it really been 9 days since I posted to this blog about our eating experiences? Worse. . .has it really been 9 days since I looked at my personal computer (work doesn't count)? I fear I am delinquent.