I haven’t posted in an embarrassingly long time. I blame the attack of the entirely too short vacation. Time to celebrate vacation’s end, and 4/20 apparently, with a breakfast sandwich!
To clear matters up, I am not traditionally a consumer of breakfast sandwiches. This is because I am extraordinarily picky about eggs. Eating egg in a sandwich is mildly repulsive to me. However, I can acknowledge that others appreciate such things, and sometimes I’ll feel saucy and make such things for Drew.
Being partial to egg whites, I tend to save them for myself and leave the icky yolks for Drew. I’ve got about three such egg yolks there, along with salt, pepper, and some half melted cheddar cheese.
As far as I’m concerned, the only real use for English muffins is to make miniature pizzas, and those suckers have no business being used to make sandwiches of any sort. I stick to the far superior Bisquick biscuits for breakfast sandwiches.
I decided to spruce up the sandwich a bit by adding some turkey, along with plants – specifically, spinach and salsa. I’ve been on a bit of a salsa kick lately. This is due to tomato prices getting ricockulous (like ridiculous, only more offensive!). Salsa prices, however, seem pretty stable. Also, less cutting of the tomatoes and less washing of the knives! It’s a win-win-win situation!
This sucker ended up being ginormous, and if I remember correctly also served as Drew’s lunch. He rather liked it, possibly to the point of following it into the fires of Mordor!