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Avocado and cream cheese had never occurred to me as elements of an egg sandwich, but now that I've had it, I'm a huge fan. At Austin's The Local Yolk cart, the "Phyllis" ($7) stacks those ingredients in precise, even layers—a slim fried egg that's just barely set in the middle, buttery, even slices of avocado, and a substantial layer of cream cheese—between slices of white bread that gets a great crunch to counter the soft middle. While all those elements are creamy, they're not particularly heavy, making this vegetarian sandwich satisfying without settling too heavily in the stomach.
The Local Yolk
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