One Cracked Yolk now serving breakfast in a nearby parking lot

AnnGardner Eubank

by AnnGardner Eubank

Dale Ross rises at the crack of dawn to serve up a hot breakfast to hungry patrons from his nomadic food trailer, One Cracked Yolk.

Once Ross’s alarm clock buzzes around 5:45 a.m., he is out the door and on his way to set the trailer up for service.

“I noticed there was nowhere to get breakfast around here. That was a niche that needed to be filled,” Ross said.

Operations for One Cracked Yolk began October 9 and the menu and clientele has been expanding ever since, he said.

“Business was a little slow in the beginning, as expected. I knew I’d get busier through word-of-mouth. It picked up quite a bit in November and December. Residents are responding well so far. They’ve been very good to me,” Ross said.

Similar to several other new businesses in the area, One Cracked Yolk came to fruition as a result of COVID-19 repercussions.

Ross said he had been a chef at a farm-to-table eatery in Dutch-country Pennsylvania when….

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