The Cure-All Skier’s Breakfast

As a skier, it’s important to have a go to breakfast for a couple of reasons.  First, a great breakfast pretty much guarantees riding a high calorie energy buzz through the beginning of your ski day.  Second, and most importantly, at some point during the next powder cycle cleanliness and domestic responsibility are likely to take a back seat.  Breakfast is the most reliable way back into your roommates’ good graces.


Brussell-Sprout Hash with Eggs and Bacon



“Let those who have trespassed against us cook us a dank breakfast and be forgiven.”

(For a home with 4 roommates)

Prep time: 30 minutes

1 lb bacon from the deli

8 eggs

2 handfuls of Brussel sprouts

2 handfuls small red potatoes

2 cloves Garlic

1 Carrot

1 Red onion

1 package Ego Waffles

Maple Syrup


Orange Juice


While you cook the bacon thinly slice the Brussel sprouts, potatoes, onion, and carrot; potatoes must be thin or they’ll take forever to cook.

When the bacon is cooked drain a little bit of the grease and keep it nearby in case you drained too much.

Now, add the veggies to the bacon grease to make a Brussel sprout hash. After about ten minutes, when the veggies start to soften, begin cooking the Ego waffles in the toaster. And, in a separate pan make sunny side up eggs.

Everyone should get a plate with Brussel Sprout Hash topped with sunny-side-up eggs with Ego waffles and bacon on the side. Don’t forget the O.J. and coffee. Do not bring up any of your bad behavior, or apologize. Wash all of the dishes, and repeat as necessary.