Funny that you asked this. I had one this monring. I don't usually have them at all since it is rare that I buy bacon. I'm not supposed to eat chees either, but I don't know what it was this morning that I wanted this and had all the ingredients for it.
On rare occasions I will order a bacon, egg and cheese on a toasted everything bagel from our local bagel shop. They are really delicious, but because of the calories I only order it about 3 or 4 times per year.
I like to have a bacon,egg & cheese sandwich for breakfast every once in a while when I get a taste for one. Homemade of course. Buffalo sauce sounds a bit much at breakfast. Might be okay late in the afternoon or at a breakfast-style picnic. It would probably be a hit.
Two things will skew my answer to this: 1. I'm vegan. 2. I live in Texas.
I wouldn't eat a bacon, egg and cheese anything, because of #1. And I probably wouldn't eat a sandwich for breakfast, because of #2. We tend not to slap breakfast between two slices of bread down here. It usually goes into a tortilla.
Having said that, I do have the occasional veggie sausage and cheese substitute breakfast burrito, and yes, I do put hot sauce on it.
Here in the Uk you can have a sausage sandwich, sausage and egg, bacon and sausage, egg and bacon, sausage and tomatoe...the list goes on but you mustn't have them all at once, that's the only rule. More common is the full English, a giant's breakfast which sometimes has up to 10 items on the plate! Good eating.
I love spicy sauces but not for breakfast. I had to go looking for Buffalo sauce! I found a recipe and thought, mmmm, that sounds good. I had a sausage, bacon and egg (without the plastic cheese) sandwich once at McDonald's out of desperation when on a long journey. Never again underdone sausage and a soft bun with underdone egg dribbling down the sides. Yuck. Never again!
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