I make breakfasts sometimes. Although I can make other kinds of breakfasts, the one that I commonly make involves cutting a large potato into small pieces and adding them to a skillet, in which I have preheated a small amount of olive oil, and set it at medium heat to fry. I cut up an onion, a jalapeño pepper, and maybe a bell pepper, into even smaller pieces and add them to the potatoes, turning as needed. Then the meat, which depends on what we have available. If we have both bacon and Italian sausage available, that’s my preference, but most any kind of sausage, hot dogs, or hamburger will work. I have even used pepperoni. Ham works well too, but it's not my first choice. Assuming I have both bacon and Italian sausage, I will cut up about six slices of bacon into small pieces and add that to the mix. I usually broil the Italian sausage to part-way done before adding it to the mix. That makes it easier to cut the sausage up, and I don’t like the way that the raw sausage colors the potatoes and everything else, so I like to have that half cooked before adding it. If all I have for meat is bacon, I’ll use more bacon, but I will broil it before adding it; otherwise, it makes everything too greasy. Sometimes I’ll cook the meat separately and mix it in at the end. It’s a slightly different taste, but it’s good that way too. Along the way, I’ll throw in some thyme, or maybe some oregano, and salt and pepper generously. Sometimes I add salsa to it, as well. I’ll play around with other spices but I don’t generally remember what worked well, and what didn’t, so these are the basics. When everything is mostly done, I will add a small amount of milk to a bowl, crack a few eggs up in it, and scramble the eggs into the goulash before serving, stirring frequently. If I am using hamburger or hot dogs as the meat, I’ll mix a little bit of cheese into the scrambled eggs, because hamburger and hot dogs aren’t as tasty on their own. My wife would prefer that I always add cheese because she likes cheese. Melted cheese is slimy though, and I don’t like that so much. It makes it look like the eggs aren't cooked and that grosses me out. I don’t measure anything.