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Entries in breakfast (9)


mmmmmmm awful.

I love breakfast. No, like, I LOVE breakfast. If I could, I would marry breakfast, but it would all just be an elaborate ploy to eat her entire family. The only breakfast food that I'm not always a fan of is waffles. It's not because waffles themselves aren't extremely delicious; they are. It's because most people don't know how to do the waffle justice. Po' wittow waffle, always prepared incorrectly: either thin and crunchy, or huge and dry.

I had had enough of these Belgium bummers, so I embarked on a journey of hope, willingly waiting for wonderful waffles. I knew not where they'd be, or how I'd even find them. I just knew that somewhere, they were calling to me.

One day, my search led me to The Awful Waffle in Provo, Utah. I had my doubts (especially since the word 'awful' was in the title), so I brought Andrew, Matt, and Sloane with me just in case. This is our story:

The Awful Waffle is, essentially, a walk up waffle shack. it's a one-room kitchen with two windows: one for odering and one for picking up. The menu is simple: waffles or crepes, along with a plethora of possible toppings, both savory and sweet. You wait in line to order while strategically building your batter-based treat in your mind. You can choose either a standard Belgium/Brussels waffle, a Liege waffle (more dense with vanilla added), or a crepe. 

Once you've decided what the base of your breakfast banquet will be, you proceed to add toppings. I'll say this, they did not skimp out on topping selection--they've got it all. From fresh fruit, to sauces, to meats and cheeses. You name it, they've probably got it, as well as a few you hadn't even thought of (liquid teddy grahams for example...nom nom). At this point, the quality of your waffle experience is dependant upon your own decision-making skills. After you've placed your order, you grab a seat and play the waiting game for a few minutes. 

Finally, the waiting game ends. Your name is called and vioula! Breakfast is served with a smile.

On this particular waffle adventure, I selected the Liege waffle with Strawberries, bananas, caramel sauce, and whipped cream. Matt went with the strawberry and nutella-filled crepe (he's watching his figure). Wise decisions.

I gotta say, breakfast was delicious. Seriously. The toppings were on point, and the waffle itself was cooked to perfection. The Awful Waffle restored my faith in the waffle industry as a whole. It's nice to see people out there stepping their game up to make sure breakfast remains the most important and most delicious meal of the day, no matter what time you eat it. So if you're ever in the area and are down to get down on some waffles, make sure you stop by The Awful Waffle. Click HERE for more info.

Bon Appetit!

- James



He's an Oggsford Man. 

I finished this book this morning and I gotta say, I didn't remember it being so good.

I read it once before in high school, but only because it was mandatory for the class.

Then my buddy Trevor told me he'd just finished reading it and sparked my interest.

Confirmation by Tim right after that I should read it again made my decision easy.

If you had to read it for school in the past, Isuggest that that you pick it up again.

It's a very different book the second time for multiple reasons I think.

First, you aren't being forced to read it and there isn't a test on it. Second, you've lived a little more life and have gone through more experiences (assuming you read the book in high school and have graduated by now). Lastly, you can appreciate some of the theme's of money, love and friendship, now being a little more grown up and mature.

Go read The Great Gatsby if you haven't in awhile or if you never have.

Don't want to buy it? Perfectly understandable. Go to your local library.

They're almost guaranteed to have it; that's where I picked up my copy.

The library actually has a section dedicated to the classics. I may find myself reading through those, who knows?

- Taylor


Hearty Eggs.

- Taylor


OPH = Original Pancake House.

Went to breakfast with Timmy at the Original Pancake House.

If you don't know what this is, or have never been, you lose.

Hands down one of the best breakfast places around.

I stand behind that 100%.

I went with the pineapple pancakes. Smart.

Timmy went with the Chocolate catastrophe you see there. Overload.

It was a great way to start the morning.

- Taylor


Egg Sandwiches.

I made egg sandwiches for Adam and I this morning that were expectedly delicious. The egg sandwich never lets you down. It's a very simple sandwich: egg, cheese, mayo and bread. You can always spruce it up with a little ham, bacon, tomato or avocado too. We kept it basic this morning. I do wish now that I used some avocados though, but there's always next time. 

Egg sandwiches always remind me of one place and two people. The place is Utah and the people are Andrew and Jose. They know what I'm talking about. We all got pretty good at making our egg sandwiches, then again, that's about all we ate for a few months for breakfast. Good times and good memories. This one goes out to us guys. Long like the Temple of Doom.

- Taylor


5 Tips To A Good Morning.

1. Wake up - Really? Yeah, really. This one is easy, but not always guaranteed. 

2. Shower - This will help you wake up. Plus it’s hygienic. People like people that smell good. It’s a proven fact.

3. Music - Put on some tunes to rock out to. Solo dances parties ftw. Like this little diddy... 

4. Eat - Get some food in your system to kick start that metabolism and to get some energy. 

5. Read - Find something interesting to read. Whether it be the book you’ve been reading or a quick article that interests you. Try to make it something new and interesting. That way it gives you the rest of your day to think about it, share it and find out more. 

*Extra Tip*

Morning stretches - This one comes from Aaron. Get that blood pumpin’ and those muscles warmed up. If you need more info on what his routine is you’re going to need to contact him because I don’t know it. 


Have anything else to add? Don't agree with any of these? Let us know. We can talk about it.

- Taylor


Bacon Grease Eggs.

Breakfast for today. Finals week. Been busy, sorry guys.

- Taylor


Breakfast - 11.23.11.


This is what I had for breakfast today. Blueberry waffles and bacon. Yum.

- Taylor 


Pancakes For Dinner.


There's just something about breakfast for dinner that makes it taste so much better. I don't know what it is, but there's definitely something. I honestly believe that breakfast is the only meal that taste good at all times of the day. What about pizza!?!? Pizza is a type of food, not a classification of meal. There are plenty of foods that taste great no matter what. Whether it be an all-nighter you're raging through or just waking up from slumber; breakfast is king. Lunch and dinner just don't compete. It's really no contest what-so-ever.