As much as I'm not an eternal matzoh lover, I've never gone one year (minus maybe the Passovers when I've been abroad) without eating fried matzoh.
**Please note we don't actually FRY anything and that's just the name for the dish. I'm sure that some people do or did fry it back in the day, but doing that is really not necessary or recommended for a multitude of reasons.**
All you need is a box of matzoh, eggs, and whatever toppings you want to use. It's the same concept as making French toast, so you can use whatever toppings you would use for those. If you live in a heavily-populated Jewish area like we do, you will have no issue whatsoever finding matzoh. My mom, grandma, and I went to Sunset Foods in Long Grove and my mom was literally standing there for TEN MINUTES trying to figure out which types of matzoh to buy. You can choose by brand, taste, and dietary requirements (yes, there are gluten free options). The whole wheat bran was just one of the many boxes that are now in our pantry.