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SAUSAGE LINKS?! Doth my eyes deceive me? I’ve been eating quick, run-of-the-mill breakfast sandwiches in the city for years, and I haven’t seen this before.. EVER! My childhood man boobs (and my moderately sized down adult boobs) bounced with joy at the sight!
Sure, it wasn’t the best quality, but I take what I can get. It was an forgettable breakfast “cafe” near the 5th Avenue Apple Store. I didn’t gripe over the lack of egg. Look how much pig were between these buns!
Stopped this morning at JP Bagel Express near the Hoboken PATH station. I normally avoid this spot, as the bagel’s are only so-so, and rather pricey ($2.50+ with cream cheese). My appetite, as in most cases, got the best of me. I went with the standard sausage, egg, and cheese on a poppy roll. And wouldn’t you know, I got a standard, so-so sandwich, featuring regular patty-style sausage, and un-melted cheese (honestly? It’s not tough to melt it down…). They used real egg, and the roll was fluffy and had a decent crust. Though no outstanding flavor, certainly nothing worth repeating.
Wheat bread for my sausage, egg, and cheese breakfast sandwich from Champs Deli costs $.30 extra.
If I want brown rice instead of white with my beef with brocolli, that’ll be $.50 more. A salad with mixed greens MUST cost more than a salad with romaine. When will these commonly held “premium” food upgrades start becoming the standard instead of the exception? Why should healthy alternatives have to come at a cost?