Gail Brazell had told us about Wildflower Bread Company as a breakfast spot, so we headed there this morning. We went to the one off Deer Valley Rd and west of I-17. The food was great! Elaine had Steelcut Oatmeal. I had a Three Cheese Mushroom & Tomato frittata (eggs, Swiss, feta, sundried tomatoes, mushrooms and spinach topped with slow-roasted tomatoes, scallions and goat cheese served with Wildflower Home Fries and buttered Ciabata toast) plus some sausage. The sausage was among the best I have had and the frittata was delicious. I did not finish my breakfast so brought a lot home, and that was what I had for supper tonight. While we enjoyed the food very much, we both had a hard time in the restaurant itself due to the noise level. The interior has a very harsh metallic atmosphere and coupled with music playing a little too loud people had to talk loud above the background noise. Continue reading Breakfast at Wildflower Breads. More cleanout on motorhome. OurHous pamphlet.