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Easy Breakfast Recipe - The best pre-game breakfast imaginable. Go Lakers!
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Cassie: Darren, it’s time to wake up and feed me. Darren: Oh my god. Cassie: I’m hungry and it’s game day baby. Darren: Alright. Greg: I got the camera going Darren, it’s time for our episode. Darren: Okay, I’m down, let’s do it, let’s do it. Oh my god. Cassie: What are you making us Darren. Let’s go. Darren: I just have a (slurry), I think I was dreaming about something good, let’s go… Cassie: High five. Darren: (slurry) good morning America. Okay, hello and welcome to a butt cracking dawn episode of Making it with Darren, I’m your host Darren Barr, it’s 7 something in the morning, Cassie woke me up, you woke me up, high, yeah, because you guys are hungry, well it’s game day, Lakers will be kicking butt in the playoffs, yes, and we need something to eat. So we literally went to the fridge and rip out all the vegetables that we have, some peppers, some tomatoes, red onions, red bell pepper, we have some links, some breakfast link sausages, which are, just key, so we’re just gonna do a breakfast bun bar. We’ve got some buns, from our barbecue that we had yesterday, fun, fun. And we busted out some cheese, so all we got to do is fry this stuff up, sauté these veggies, make some scrambled eggs, and we’re gonna have us some big fat breakfast bun bar. So we just got 4 eggs, beating them up real quick, nice and fluffy, get the air in them, throw a little hot sauce in there, probably about a half teaspoon, and then I think I got some salt over here and salt these babies. Scrambled eggs are super easy, you don’t know how to make scrambled eggs, you probably don’t know how to surf the web, so, you wont be seeing my show anyway. Alright. Fry this up, and get these sausages going and these veggies, oh baby this is going to be good. Greg: They’re pretty colored man. The color is duke. The colors. Darren: Man, it’s too early to be flipping things, apparently I still got, smells good. After this, we’ll fry up our sausages and get some eggs going. Now I’m hungry. Greg: Get this pan hot, man. Darren: Get some eggs cooking. We got the eggs cook… Cassie: Darren, where the hell do all this shit come from? Darren: All these stuff came from your fridge. Cassie: Well I’m freakin excited, let’s get our grub on. Darren: So, like I told you this is our breakfast bun bar, here’s the bun, here’s breakfast, and it’s on the bar, and basically we can do anything you want, we’ve got sautéed red peppers and red onions, we’ve got some sautéed green chilis, fresh chilis, fresh tomatoes, cheese, we’ve got our farmer… Cassie: All sounds delicious, let’s just put it in the finally get this food started. Darren: Okay. Cassie: I’m hungry. Darren: Alright, we’re gonna put a couple sausage links in your bun, we’re gonna put some cheese, in your bun, and we’re gonna put some eggs on top of this in your bun, you like bell peppers and onion. Cassie: I like it all. I like it all. Pile it on there. Darren: Okay, so we’ll put some red onions, we got some green chilis, you want some fresh jalapeno? Cassie: Oh yeah, I want them all. Spicy the better. Darren: Alright. Cassie: Avocado. Yes, yum. Darren: We’ll just fresh jalapenos, tomatoes, look at this, this is just turning into a huge… Cassie: It’s a breakfast hotdog. Darren: Alright, and then we’re gonna cap it off with some, some avocado there. Here you go Cass. Enjoy. Cassie: I might have to eat this in privacy. Darren: Well, we’ll make another. Greg, you want one too? Greg: Definitely dude. Darren: Damn, alright guys, after this, I’m gonna take a nap, have a good one pips. That looks like it just gets everywhere, is it pretty good? Cassie: Awesome. Darren: It’s good, alright, we did a good job, so I just got this redbull, it’s freakin awesome, ready to go, let’s cook some sausages, we’ll cook our vegetable, and I’ll see you in a minute.