writ 101- breakfast

writ 101- breakfast - Larry Hipp Writing 101 I had a crazy...

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Larry Hipp Writing 101 I had a crazy idea to take a bath in pineapple Jell-O. I thought it would be so much fun. The tub was all set up, I was so excited. When I jumped into the tub of Jell- O, I slipped and went flying and smacked right into the bathroom wall. I wound up breaking both my arms and now I’m stuck in bed. The one thing I have been craving is a nice cooked breakfast. I desired some scrambled eggs with bacon and toast, and a little coffee to wash it all down. The only problem is that no one’s home that knows how to make me this great breakfast. Luckily, little Tommy was over from next door to play my new video games. So with a pep talk and a little cash incentive, he was ready to follow my steps in cooking. Not only did this make Tommy and I very happy people, but also for the rest of his life, Tommy will be able to cook this wonderful breakfast. Instructions on making breakfast: First you are going to need to get everything out that you’re going to use. Go into the refrigerator and take out the eggs, milk, butter, bread and package of bacon. Then open the cabinets and take out a bowl, about the size of a cereal bowl. Also, you will need a fork, knife and spatula from the draw. Then take out the frying pan and teapot from the cabinet. Place everything neatly on the counter and then you will be ready to cook.
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  • Spring '09
  • Any
  • Writing, Breakfast foods, Full breakfast

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