Pigs in a blanket! And look at the pig. Size matters. This is the obvious signature dish for Pig'n Pancake.
Pig'n Pancake is small Oregon restaurant chain which retains its mom-n-pop ambiance. This one's located on the main seaside street in Astoria.
This skillet dish offers a choice of Polska Kielbasa Sausage or Smoked Chicken. Low brainer choice, you don't see any chicken in that dish. The sausage is served over hash browns and topped with scrambled eggs, onion, green peppers, and cheddar cheese. Covering the works is a homemade country gravy. Ummm, good!
Biscuits & Gravy:
They call it biscuits and gravy, but there are small specks of sausage in the mix. That makes it sausage gravy. The small specks are so widespread, you get sausage in every bite.
Three Little Pigs in Blankets:
Those aren't little pigs. They are quite thick and long. Not your typical breakfast links. This dish is served with applesauce. Great sausage!
Lost track of which one this is. Probably pecan pancakes. They drizzled syrup over everything including the butter. Forgot how well it tasted. It looks great though.
Blueberry compote, whipped cream on a stack of blueberry-infused pancakes! It doesn't get any better than that. It's been nine months since I ate there and I still salivate over the picture.
Dungeness Crab Omelet!
Their Dungeness crab omelet is made with Tillamook cheddar cheese. If you're in Oregon, you have to get a Dungeness crab omelet.
Bucket List Item:
I'm not a salmon fan, but am a smoked salmon fan. So the idea of a smoked salmon Benedict really grabs me in the taste buds. For $4.25 more, you can get a full order. That's another low brainer. What do they serve it on, bagel and cream cheese?
Thanks to the Bouler brothers for taking me here ... twice ... during our Washington-Oregon road trip.