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Peaches ‘N’ Pita

Posted by on August 18 2010 in Breakfast, Recipe

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As I mentioned earlier in the week, the veggie gf and I are spending the next month or so in San Francisco, while she completes a medical rotation here and I — well, eat. We found a nice little one-bedroom sublet on craigslist that was not a scam at all (phew) and have been spending most of our free time so far wandering the streets casually in search of grub.

Sunday morning, our first full day here, we strolled down the hill (goddamn, they are not kidding around about these hills) and stumbled into the Fort Mason farmers’ market, where the free samples alone were basically a full breakfast. There were about 12 varieties of fresh peaches, plums and nectarines cut up for people to try, and each of them was about 100 times better than anything I’ve tasted on the East Coast so far this year. Needless to say, we left with several different kinds of peaches to take home.

That night, I picked up some coffee before heading home (goddamn, these people are not kidding around about their coffee), and while at the store, grabbed some pita for breakfast in the morning — I like to toast it up and melt a little butter and maybe some herbs on it — a simple but satisfying breakfast.

So while our place is nice, it turns out the girl we are renting from is, shall we say, significantly less obsessed with cooking than I am. She has no toaster. No coffee maker. No microwave. No spices past salt and pepper. It turned out even my simple breakfast of toasted pita was too fancy for this bare kitchen. I had my single-brew coffee maker on hand for emergencies, but clearly, I had to improvise.

Peaches ‘N’ Pita

I melted a pat of butter in a saucepan, cut the pita into bite size strips, then fried these up until they were just a little bit crispy.

I cut up the peaches into similarly sized pieces and threw those in the pan, that warmed ‘em up with the pita for just a minute or two.

Ground just a tad of salt and pepper on the top. Could have used a pinch of cinnamon, but beggars can’t be choosers, can we?

Breakfast of the year? Not quite — but pretty proud I didn’t have to leave the house.

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4 Responses leave one →
  1. August 18, 2010

    How about that!!! I love my pita bread with hummus, but have not thought of incorporating them with a bowl of fresh peaches!

    Dreamy!

    Bon appetit!
    =:~)

  2. Clay permalink*
    August 18, 2010

    Bravo in your adaptation. Also thank you for the inspiration because dessert tonight was a variation with cinnamon, sugar and homemade creme fraiche.

  3. August 19, 2010

    crazy interesting breakfast. i think i would have needed a dollop of cream cheese on there. or shit, clay’s *homemade* creme fraiche. im just thinking i would have wanted it to be more tangy.

    idea for next breakfast:

    cut up the pita as you did for this. scramble an egg and if you have any milk product, add some in plus salt and pepper. let the pita soak in the egg mixture for 5-10 minutes than bake for 15 min or so. while baking, let the peaches slowly heat through with butter in a pan. maybe even adding a bit of said milk product in at the end to up the saucy factor. top baked pita with peaches and “cream.” and if you have syrup, you could go all “Elf” on it.

  4. Cousin#32 permalink
    August 20, 2010

    I told you that place was mad hilly.

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