What I Ate for Breakfast This Morning? These Days the Verb is "Drank" (BBBC 2017.24)

I love big breakfasts: bacon, over-medium eggs, hash browns, toast, sometimes mixing it up with sausage(s), home fries, scrambled eggs, or a scramble–mixing all or most of that stuff together! I am also very lazy and rarely have that kind of meal if I have to get up early and make it myself. So, on the weekends it is cold cereal or frozen waffles and on the weekdays it’s coffee.
On work mornings I used to wait for my morning break and go to Temple Coffee Roasters–a local chain that serves Fair Trade Coffees and Teas. I would order a pour over with a “Cheesy Bacon Biscuit.” No, brothers and sisters, not a very good breakfast for someone who is often seen shouting to the heavens, “Why can’t I loose weight?!” 
Lately, I have been running low on funds and figured I could save about $150 a month if I brew my own coffee at work so I bought a slick immersion dripper. I could have got a French press rig, but this seemed easier and I am already acquainted with the business end of a dripper. The Bonavita immersion process is a cut above your standard drip process. Here’s a demonstration:
But what about bringing milk, cereal, fruit, or even frozen waffles to work, Jack? This is “the most important meal of the day.” Meh, unless someone is cooking me a Grand Slam I’ll settle for this. Don’t hate me. 

Published by whatsystem

Me likey cheeseburgers, me likey scooters, me likey books, me likey cinema (fancy word for movies), me political junkie, me card-carrying member of the Democratic Socialists of America.

2 thoughts on “What I Ate for Breakfast This Morning? These Days the Verb is "Drank" (BBBC 2017.24)

  1. OK so tell me, do you recommend the Immersion Dripper? Does it make a great cup of coffee? I have a Keurig machine like your mom has…..Its OK but sometimes I am craving something better when I really want that perfect cup of coffee…..

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    1. I wanted a Keurig for work, but I didn’t have the space. I would definitely recommend the immersion dripper, but the Keurig is nice to have when you don’t want to mess around with brewing coffee.

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