This is what I'm eating for breakfast these days, and it is amazing.
I have a borderline obsessive relationship with every ingredient in this recipe, especially the bellwether farms sheep's milk ricotta. If you don't live in California, substitute with whatever local producers you're in love with, but I can't guarantee the results will be the same. —linzarella
slice Acme levain bread, toasted
bellwether farms sheep's milk ricotta, or more
watermelon radish, very thinly sliced (on a mandoline if possible)
olive oil, preferably an early harvest, spicy variety
In This Recipe
First of all, make sure your bread is pretty well toasted. If there's a little bit of black on it, all the better, because the amazingness of this recipe is all about the contrast between the dark, toasty bread and the light, airy ricotta. If you can grill the bread, even better, but that's a little much for me for breakfast.
Spread the ricotta thickly on the toasted bread. Top with the sliced radish.
Drizzle olive oil over the tartine, then sprinkle a bit of salt, then squeeze your lemon.