It's serious business. Want to know what's in it? Ha! Did you think it would be that easy? That I'd just tell you? Well, I'll do better than that, I'll show you.
It starts with two boiled baby red potatoes. If you look closely, you'll be able to tell from that picture that I'm an idiot. I completely forgot about my little potatoes boiling in my little pot and they ran out of water. Heh. Fortunately crash hot potatoes are very forgiving and that is what we're making with these. See I had just those two 'tatoes left and I couldn't think of a better use for them. Next you fry some ham. You could use deli ham, but this is leftover Easter ham so it's nice and thick and smokey. Good times. Then you toast a nice, big, soft roll in the same pan. So far so good. Now we fry an egg and saute some onions. At some point the potatoes are going to be almost ready, so you need to pull them out and put some cheese on there. Whatever kind you like, I used cheddar because that's what I had. Pop them back in the oven to melt it and we're ready to assemble. First, a little mustard, because mustard is good with all this stuff. Then, the ham. Now the cheesy potatoes. Then the onion. Next the egg, with the yolk broken and swished around. That's an important step. And now some lettuce. See, not only does lettuce add great texture, but it has such a low calorie content that you actually burn more calories eating it than you get from it. Or so I've been told. Which means when you add lettuce to things you're actually taking calories away. I'm sure there's a study somewhere verifying this, but I'm a busy man and don't have time to look it up.
So there you have it, a big ol' sandwich. The only problem I had was I have no idea what to call it.