Sadly, being out of ingredients, a croissant bought in the local shop.
However, I'd rather have eaten a pitufo, the simplest variety of which is just pan con tomate - lightly toasted bread with a tomato paste. It's very popular in Andalucia. The ingredients for the paste are tomato, olive oil, garlic, and salt & pepper to taste. I spent a wonderful month in Spain last October building a guitar with luthier Pablo Requena, and found that a crunchy tasty pitufo, accompanied by a small cup of cafe solo, (black coffee), was the most refreshing way to start the day.
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