I would turn on the grill, pop on one regular sausage or blood sausage, which takes 10 minutes on high, put in bacon after 4 minutes, and after 5 minutes crack two eggs into a frying pan of lard and fry till done. Many a time I will eat this on a bed of young greens or wilted spinach/swiss chard - or is this what you mean by your austere bachelor dinners?
If it is, then I would make it a little more interesting, perhaps a three-egg omelette made with milk or water cooked in lard, with scraps of bacon, onion and maybe goats cheese added to the middle nearing the end of cooking, (if you are that way inclined with the goat's cheese) add to this some spinach or other dark green leaves such as arugula, which can be thrown in and will naturally wilt in the heat, then the edges of the omelette can be folded over. Keep the eggs verging on raw in the middle as they continue to cook as the omelette sits on the table. For variety try marinated pepper (capiscum) slices inside, sliced sausages, chicken chunks or whatever else you have hanging around in the fridge as a filling; mushrooms, anchovies, salmon, whatever - the possibilities are endless. This meal takes under ten minutes and can be eaten on its own for a satisfying and chic meal for one.