This one will brighten your day! The blend of these ingredients generates a light, yet robust and flavorful brunch sandwich. I love egg sandwiches for brunch and was thus resolved, this week, to come up with one that would be the best I ever had and one which was guaranteed to raise the eyebrows of friends and family. The idea of the little sprinkling of red pepper scares a few folks initially, but when they taste the sandwich, they always say, "Hey, this isn't hot at all!" And it's not. I used the ground cayenne because your body does not easily digest black pepper but red pepper digests easily and offers some health benefits as well. But the key ingredient here is the Dijonnaise Creamy Dijon Mustard (made by Hellmann's -- I don't know if there is a generic brand). I went through 3 dozen eggs (and LOTS of various condiments!) to achieve the final product, using my neighborhood buddies as guinea pigs. Let's face it, all egg sandwiches are good (except for the green olive one I made, which WAS a little shaky!) so it was a pleasant enough experiment, all told. In any case, the Dijonnaise sandwich won the final unanimous approval, hands down. And don't underestimate the value of that little orange slice on the side for the garnish. The fresh aroma which it provides while eating your sandwich makes it a worthwhile addition and most folks like to eat it as a refresher after finishing their sandwich. That's it -- enjoy!