Take me Back to Napa: a Bouchon Breakfast

 

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For my senior graduation from Georgetown, my dad took me on an incredible trip to San Fransisco and Napa Valley. Truly unforgettable. To me, aside from the beautiful scenery and wonderful time I spent with my dad, the most memorable part of the trip was the food. One morning, my dad took me to a bakery called “Bouchon Bakery” that served a variety of small and delicious baked goods and sandwiches. Among the many items we bought there, a lox sandwich was one of them. It stuck in my mind as a nice late breakfast meal, so I recreated it.

What you need:

Poppyseed brioche bun (I believe theirs was black sesame, but this was close enough)

Smoked Salmon (Lox)

Thinly-sliced red onion

Thinly sliced hard-boiled egg

Arugula

Capers

Although the original sandwich didn’t include it, I added a touch of whipped cream cheese to the bun

Assemble your awesome sandwich and enjoy!!

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