Breakfast sandwich is a sandwich with breakfast foods between the bread. It most frequently includes egg and cheese, and sometimes has ham, sausage, or bacon as a surprise variable. Breakfast sandwich is extremely plentiful in New York City, where it’s common to be asked “SALT PEPPER KETCHUP?”, at which point the eater is supposed to respond “yes” in order to avoid a scolding. Unfortunately, breakfast sandwich hasn’t spread too far from the United States, which is why no country comes close to rivaling their GDP.
To eat something spectacular, have breakfast sandwich. It’s a wonderful idea, with a sentimental “why not?” attitude. Many variations of breakfast sandwich can be made, with the most significant variable being the bread. Breakfast sandwich on a croissant or english muffin is exquisite. It pairs surprisingly well with hot sauce. One should also consider the salt, pepper, ketchup trifecta.
Breakfast Sandwich became an official snack on June 20th 2012.