I get the same thing every morning, the baked eggs with ham and spinach. I’m assuming it’s baked because that’s honestly the only technique that really makes sense, and the thing that gets me every morning is that I could probably make at least six of these for the same price. It’s $4.34 for one. A dozen eggs are $3. A bag of spinach costs $2. Ham is maybe $5 for one of those nicer pre-sliced packs, and half-and-half is $2 for a half-gallon.
Let’s say that I use two eggs per baked-eggs breakfast — that means $12 divided by six, which gives me $2 per breakfast … but I’ll probably have leftover spinach and ham and half-and-half, so I can buy more eggs for $3 and make even more baked-egg breakfasts — and you stop me here because you can’t stop laughing, saying, Oh my god, stop! Because, then, you’ll have to factor in the cost of gas and electricity to bake your eggs and store all your shit, and the labor — you can’t forget the cost of labor, and I don’t want to know how you’re going to try to calculate that.
Maybe $4.34 is a fair price for a baked-egg breakfast.