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 Post subject: Tastiest scrambles these days?
PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2013 5:01 pm 
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So, who has 'em? I find myself going to the same few places and it seems that not only do more and more and more restaurants offer scrambles, and just maybe, they're getting better.

My go-to is usually Junior's since I live in SE, and I'm into the Migas lately (even if I'm not a big fan of the potatoes, but I hear they're under new ownership, so here's hoping)...

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 Post subject: Re: Tastiest scrambles these days?
PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2013 6:04 pm 
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I'm in love with A.N.D. café and their scrambles on top of those divine hashbrown nests. Biscuit on the side. Gravy or hollandaise. All gluten free too, if that's how you roll.

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 Post subject: Re: Tastiest scrambles these days?
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I have only had two scrambles in Portland, but man, the Beardo (or whatever it is) at J.A.M. is great. Actually, it was probably my favorite scramble I've had in quite a while.

I also had the Denver scramble at Vita a while ago, and I recall it was pretty good, though not that memorable.

Who wants to go eat scramble sometime?

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 Post subject: Re: Tastiest scrambles these days?
PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2013 9:16 pm 
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I love the make-your-own at Jam. I really like scrambles and peach mimosas at Junior's, but prefer the potato situation at Jam or A.N.D. café:
shreds> chunks.

I love scramble and would eat scramble when I'm back in town after March 3.

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At Jam I like the El Paso tofu scramble, sub avocado for cheese.


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 Post subject: Re: Tastiest scrambles these days?
PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2013 11:03 pm 
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I lovelovelove A.N.D. Cafe. I have only ever had delicious food there. So I am just liking Molasses Jane's post about that.


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 Post subject: Re: Tastiest scrambles these days?
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I always love the scrambles at Sunday Blow-Low. Their migas made me really happy, their steamed kale is always perfect, and the potatoes were crusty on the outside with creamy centers. So good.

And I would love to eat scramble with you, Jordan!

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 Post subject: Re: Tastiest scrambles these days?
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I like that butternut hollandaise situation at Blo-Lo.

Seriously, though. A.N.D. swoon.

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I'm digging the omelets at Portobello. Migas at Junior's are my regular go-to dish, too!


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I want to get my scramble on hardcore

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 Post subject: Re: Tastiest scrambles these days?
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I can't even get to Jam's scrambles because their hashbrowns are raw every time I go there.

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 Post subject: Re: Tastiest scrambles these days?
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Best scramble in town is my husbands', hands down. We eat it for dinner all the time, with fried potatoes. So freaking good. And I always eat way too much of it. No other scramble comes comes close. We have joked about starting a scramble cart. Coffee and scramble, potatoes and oatmeal. Mmmm.


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 Post subject: Re: Tastiest scrambles these days?
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I want to go to your scramble cart!


I agree with Julia, the hashbrown situation at Jam is just so hit or miss. It's probably where we brunch the most other than Juniors and Portobello, just because it's so close and I like to build-my-own hash vs a scramble (because I always forget to eat my scramble leftovers).
I also really like their breakfast cocktail options and chai blueberry pancakes, though I wish Portland Roasting Co. coffee was better.

I am totally a sad sack who wants to order everything at A.N.D. but so much of it has treenuts (gravy, almond cheese and pesto in their tofu) that I'm shiitake out of luck there.

That said, I really like the evolution of Portobello's brunch options and tofu egg thingies and their benedict dish. Their gravy is pretty meh white onion city, though.

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 Post subject: Re: Tastiest scrambles these days?
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I went to Tin Shed over the weekend, and was impressed with the vegan friendliness. In addition to being able to veganize a good amount of the menu, they have a vegan scramble that's not on the menu which was absolutely delicious! Best I've had in awhile.

I'm also a huge fan of Proper Eats tempeh scramble, when I can stop myself from ordering the biscuits and gravy.


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 Post subject: Re: Tastiest scrambles these days?
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Other than delicious things that emerge from my kitchen (fancy Greek scramble and curried scrambles are regulars), I'm a fan of the build-your-own at Gravy. Their potatoes are awesome. Hashbrowns or chunks! Everyone can win. There was one unfortunate time where they were out of tofu AND tempeh though. :(

Other than that, I'm a fan of Junior's scrambles. I'm a chunky potato gal!

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 Post subject: Re: Tastiest scrambles these days?
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busbington, you and I apparently have the same tastes. The build-your-own at Gravy is great, and I go to Juniors whenever I can!

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 Post subject: Re: Tastiest scrambles these days?
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Ms. Funks, I think the gravy and some items at AND have changed recently. You might check it out and see what is nutless.

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