breakfast during the plague: still good, for now

Pretty standard, although not easily identifiable, are the Aleppo pepper, the Baden seasoning salt (the gift of a friend who had been given the recipe, whose ingredients included sea salt, 5 different seasoning peppers, plus dehydrated vanilla, lemon and lime, by a chef in Baden-Baden), plus the basil on the tomato and the thyme on the eggs. And the toast was Buck Honey Rye (rye, malted buckwheat groats, honey, water, salt) from Lost Bread Co.