This is the Best Sausage, Egg, and Cheese Breakfast Sandwich — The Meat Show

Normally, I don’t eat the whole sandwich on a Meat Show shoot, but like this is, I keep f****** up my lines on purpose. There’s a lot of great breakfast
sandwiches in New York. Every deli, every diner has a really good sausage, egg and cheese, and to me, even though I usually gravitate toward the more purist
and classical elements,, this one I think is really worth the time. It’s my favorite sausage,
egg and cheese sandwich at April Bloomfield’s White Gold Butchers. What they do here is they make a really
quality artisanal sausage using organic meat that
they grind in-house. It has all the positive
aspects of top flight butchery. So it’s a 70/30 blend of meat and fat. This really is sausage
making in its purest form, because sausage making’s always been about using all the scraps of the animal. Well, they’re also throwing
in the extra hot dog rolls that they don’t sell to use
as their bread component. That is glorious patty making right there. Well, here it is. I mean, look at that thing. You can tell that it’s succulent. I mean, you squeeze it and
it just oozes grease and fat and all the things that
make life worth living. Oh, God, it’s just so
perfect in every way. I mean, absolutely perfect Kaiser roll, just what you would expect from a good New York City sandwich. Lots of crunch. The seeds add that
lovely textural element, but then you hit that patty, and it is, it’s like the physical and textural dimensions of a hamburger. Like you bite into it, and there’s that crunch on the outside, and then it’s juicy on the inside, and it just squirts out. Now that tastes like a chipolata, which is indeed what
this recipe is based on. A chipolata is a very
popular British sausage that you would find in
many breakfast spots. It’s not sweet like an American sausage. It’s got a bit of chili, so there’s some heat to it, which is really nice. It kind of wakes up the mouth a bit. It also has bread in it. It adds a real fluffiness
to the proceedings. You get this suppleness
and this sponginess, which I think works really well. I think all meat sausages
tend to be a little too dense if they’re not cooked right. This, on the other hand, does not have any of
those negative traits. It’s kind of light and airy and flavorful and salty, and I just gotta eat more. I’m making myself hungry. Then moving onto the egg, and the cheese, it has achieved that level of synergy where you can’t tell which is which. It’s just completely melded into this sort of breakfast-y mass. They’ve laid out some condiments here. I mean, obviously, a lot
of people put ketchup on their breakfast sandwiches. There’s also some hot sauce
that they make in-house, which I’m sure is magnificent, but quite frankly, this is so perfect, it doesn’t need it. I can’t recommend this
sandwich highly enough. I know there’s a million great sausage, egg and
cheese sandwiches out there. But this is the most unique one, in my opinion. The sausage is made
in-house, fresh every day. It doesn’t get much better than that, in my opinion. I’m gonna keep going through this, and we’ll see you on the next
episode of The Meat Show.

80 thoughts on “This is the Best Sausage, Egg, and Cheese Breakfast Sandwich — The Meat Show

  1. Nick… my guy, I get how amazing the sandwich is solo but you should try a bite of it with the hot sauce for the viewers.

  2. Long Island is the home of the BEC sandwich. Sausage is acceptable as is SPK. I make my own sausage too, but I skip the breadcrumbs. It's not keto friendly.

  3. Been binge-watching some of the older episodes before finding this one and I like his work, but have got to ask… when did he get so… posh?

  4. But does it embody the platonic ideal of a pure viscous, supple and profoundly concussive morsel of a sausage sandwich that has been been lusciously prepared with a caramelized crust due to the ever immortal maillard reaction.

  5. ⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻ says:

    that is not a sausage

  6. Seriously…speak about sandwiches like if they were some sophisticated food makes me think the north is absolutely lost. Eggs, bread, pork and industrial cheese…Wow! Must be a hard thinker beyond this.

  7. Anything that looks like you are going to have a heart attack after eating it with all that cholesterol artery clogging food grease will automatically taste divine .

  8. i know making fun of Nick is just a meme, but i think it's fine to use odd words to describe the taste. i mean, did anyone saw wine critics describing the taste? most of them speaks like nick.

  9. That sandwich looks amazing. May get a little high from all those poppy-seeds though. Poppy-seed bread crumbs in the sausage patty, served on a poppy-seed bun. Looks delicious though!

  10. It's $8.00 for a single egg, a roll, one slice of processed cheese, and probably 4oz of sausage. Nope. Sorry. I don't care how good it tastes.

  11. I didn't know you have lines. If you have someone who writes them for you, PLEASE fire the guy who can't stop saying profound. Hire a thesaurus instead

  12. Who on here has had sweet american breakfast sausage as the host stated? Not me, unless you get maple syrup on it from pancakes, this guy should have been a food clown

  13. white gold butchers closed down (living in london doesn't help either…) – so i made my own!

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