I go to the farmers market with this meal in mind, gathering a few poblano chiles, beautiful new potatoes (purple ones are pretty), and the best, freshest eggs.
Steam the potatoes ahead, too, until they can be pierced with a fork. These potatoes should still have structure, which is why Red Bliss or purple Peruvian potatoes are the best choice.
In the morning, coffee cup grasped hopefully in one hand, spoon a serving of the rajas and steamed purple potatoes into an oil slicked sauté pan. I added a chopped shallot just because. When warmed through, add a lashing of cream. Pour this goodness into a wide bowl and wipe out the pan. Glug in a bit of olive oil and fry an egg until the edges are crispy lace. A few drops of hot sauce won’t hurt.