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Clark County knows its breakfast burritos

Area has abundance of options, from generous to gigantic

By Rachel Pinsky for The Columbian
Published: January 14, 2022, 6:02am
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The Ridgefield-based food truck Little Conejo Norte's breakfast burrito ($9) comes stuffed with fluffy eggs surrounded by hash browns, house-smoked pork and American cheese.
The Ridgefield-based food truck Little Conejo Norte's breakfast burrito ($9) comes stuffed with fluffy eggs surrounded by hash browns, house-smoked pork and American cheese. (Rachel Pinsky) Photo Gallery

January food articles typically focus on fulfilling New Year’s resolutions like going vegan or giving up alcohol. This year feels different. As we continue to cope with the lingering pandemic, eating more breakfast burritos might be the best way to start 2022.

These densely packed, rolled breakfasts provide everything we need right now: a meal that travels well, reheats easily and satisfies you until dinner.

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