McDonald’s struck gold when it put out the Egg McMuffin in 1972. Consisting of a slice of Canadian bacon (though sausage is a variant), a griddle-fried egg, and a slice of American cheese on a buttered English muffin, the sammie became an instant representation of what a breakfast sandwich should be. But if you’re not a fan of mystery meat and questionable ingredient sourcing first thing in the morning, you can have a facsimile of this beloved sandwich, made with sustainable meats and eggs, at Lowry Hill Meats. You’ll pay a little more than you would at the Golden Arches, but it’s worth it for the humanely raised ham, house-made English muffin, and, yes, house-made American cheese. It looks and tastes better than the original, with added hot sauce, because even McDonald’s didn’t think of everything. Grab it when you can — it’s only available on the weekend.