I would think it would be morels, a foraged mushroom. Morels are from the Northwest. This is a tough question. Morels, some little 4-inch greens, microgreens, we love that shit here, it wouldn't be avocado-based. It would need a good shmear. Let's go classic. Butter, morels, some little microgreens, garlic. That's all I got.
Huckleberry toast, in my opinion. I love homegrown huckleberries. Huckleberry's my favorite jam.
Are you a fan of artisan toast?
It can't be avocado toast, because we can't even grow those here. It would have to have cheese, I don't know. Raspberry jam and homemade ricotta cheese.
Why those two?
Because we have raspberries in our backyards and we can make it, and I like ricotta and jam.
Like avocado toast? That's all I have, I haven't thought too much about it. It probably is avocado toast.
What taste makes you think of the Pacific Northwest?
I'd say black coffee. I associate good coffee with the Pacific Northwest, and normally when I get good coffee, I take it black.
I feel like you just need good, artisan, locally made bread. The right bread is the first step. Second step, I would say almost something like a brie with huckleberry. Something to encapsulate the freshness.