This video shows you how to make a simple ground beef, spinach, and mushroom scramble. It's one of San Francisco's most famous breakfasts, invented at the Original Joe's restaurant. The key here is to have everything prepped and ready for the hot skillet. Because things come together in a hurry. Chop the spinach, onions, and herbs, slice the mushrooms, and beat the eggs. Then, with everything ready and waiting, you're just moments away from a tremendous breakfast experience. But let's face it, with all the beef, mushrooms, and spinach, this scramble is also substantial enough for lunch or dinner. It's also totally paleo-friendly—just skip the otherwise recommended sourdough toast on the side. Watch the video, then get Chef John’s recipe for Joe's Special Beef and Spinach Scramble. Top it off with a light dusting of freshly grated Parmesan cheese.