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The Sloppy Jose ($9) at Cracked on Milwaukee features smoked chorizo, guacamole, hash browns, a fried egg and homemade bacon onion jam on a French roll. Photos by Eric DeGrechie/22nd Century Media
The chilaquiles verdes ($14) breakfast platter is stacked with homemade corn tortilla chips, tomatilla salsa, grilled chicken, red onion, two over-easy eggs, avocado, crema, cotija cheese, cilantro and a lime wedge.
Sloppy Tots ($5, $7, $9) are potato tots topped with smoked chorizo and Sriacha sour cream.
The Biscuits N’ Gravy dish ($13) features three fresh homemade biscuits covered in fresh chorizo gravy with two eggs.
The French Toast Bites ($5, $7, $9) are fried French Toast balls tossed in cinnamon-maple sugar and served with maple syrup.
Eric DeGrechie, Managing Editor
5:24 am CDT October 31, 2019

What started as an idea for a summer internship for Daniel Krause turned into a concept that helped him realize his dreams. 

The Wilmette native and New Trier alumnus always knew he wanted to become involved in the restaurant business from an early age, whether that be flipping burgers at Centennial Park’s pool or working the sky boxes at Wrigley Field.