A scrambled egg sandwich, even when called a scramblewich, is not a particularly exciting or adventurous dinner choice to herald the beginning of the new year. Knowing that L was not willing to spend the evening in an egg-allergy induced illness, and that Baby A is currently more interested in climbing out of the high chair rather than actually eating dinner, I scaled the recipe down to serve one baby and one adult rather than four big people. In its favor, the meal was pretty easy to make and took way less than 30 minutes to cook. Essentially, some deli ham was fried in butter; eggs with hot sauce, salt and pepper and a splash of milk were scrambled with the ham. The mixture was tipped into a hollowed out baguette, topped with cheese and put under the broiler. After escaping from the brand new, shiny-clean cookie sheet and hanging around in the back of the oven for a while, the food was extracted and topped with chopped chives.