National French Bread Day | Classic Breakfast Sandwich
I had a plan for today. Yes, it was a plan that was just thought of yesterday afternoon, and Megan came up with it, but my plan failed.
First, I had to go clothes shopping yesterday. I mean, it was just a necessity. Second, I woke up this morning really, really hungry. I didn’t have a huge dinner and I becoming hangrier (hungry + angry) by the second. Thirdly, I was running out of time. I had to leave the house by 10:30am so I went grocery shopping at 8am with a growling stomach. Before I knew it, there was no time for the plan. The plan of Mr. B’s Bistro’s Bread Pudding. WAHH!
Instead, I went for the classic breakfast sandwich, made on french bread, which just happens to be my favorite bread to eat a sandwich on.
I scarfed down my breakfast sandwich, just in time to get ready to head out the door. If I would have gone for the bread pudding, it would have taken me a lot longer. But don’t worry, you all. Mr. B’s Bread Pudding will show its face on my blog one day, I promise!
So let’s talk about breakfast sandwiches, shall we?
I LOVE breakfast sandwiches. They are so easy and fast to make that you can have many delicious bites of bread, egg and bacon in mere minutes. I always eat my eggs with hot sauce so that was a necessity on my breakfast sandwich. I also spread mayo on the inside bread pieces. I love mayo on breakfast sandwiches. Mmmmm.
So I slapped everything together between my soft pieces of french bread and had a great breakfast to start my day. And now I’m making Coq Au Vin for tomorrow’s food holiday so consider this blog post over.
- 1 loaf of french bread, cut into sections for sandwiches
- 8 slices canadian bacon
- 8 large eggs
- Red pepper flakes
- 4 slices Havarti cheese
- Hot sauce
- Spread mayonnaise on the inside of your sandwich. Place slice of cheese in the middle.
- Cook canadian bacon according to package directions. Remove from pan and place 2 on each sandwich.
- Fry each egg individually, seasoning with red pepper flakes, and place 2 on each sandwich. Drizzle hot sauce on the sandwich.
Tomorrow: National Coq Au Vin Day; National Water Day