Cooking breakfast can be rather perilous for me (see: Fire Safety). I'm barely awake and already messing around with a fire. It's a recipe for disaster or, at the very least, over cooked eggs. That is why it is important for me to have a recipe that does not involve trying to cook relatively delicate foodstuffs over a campfire early in the day. And that is why Campfire Bacon And Eggs Hash is the perfect recipe for me. It combines all the necessities for a hearty breakfast: bacon, eggs, and cheese. Plus, it adds some nice extras like onions and hash browns to form a padding between the eggs and the hot pan bottom.
Styrofoam is not often a texture striven for by chefs. To the best of my knowledge, it is never attempted. The closest food item I conceive in texture to styrofoam would be Cheetos. They are airy, crunchy, and compress into some strange and disconcerting sludge of fake cheese and corn byproduct. That is, they were the closest, until we encountered Mountain House Scrambled Eggs With Bacon.