Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Crying Baby/Romania/Kneaders...RANDOM!




So all the way home from campus, I was walking behind this girl pushing a stroller with two babies in it.  This is a frequent sight at BYU, except in this case these kids were screaming!  I have never heard such a cry.  It sounded like the movie trailer of Jurassic Park, and this scream continued the whole walk home.  The funny part was the reactions of the people passing by.  They would look at the stroller to see what in the world was wrong with the kid, and then they would keep on walking with the biggest smile on their face.  I think all the single people appreciated their marital status at that time!


So one of my roomies got her mission call today...to Romania.  Our entire apartment went to her house with all her relatives and watched her open the letter.  As soon as she said Romania, everyone started talking about gypsies.  I think its so funny how each area has one thing everyone feels they can talk about to correlate to a location.


I took a year and a half, but I finally made it to Kneaders.  Kneaders is one of those places in Provo that everyone says you have to go to...which I now totally agree with.  They are famous for their "All you can eat FRENCH TOAST."  As a college student I feel obligated to get my moneys worth but this was the "richest" most filling french toast I have ever tried!  So of course I googled for the recipe and this is what showed up......
Ingredients:
Kneader’s Over-Night French Toast
1 loaf Kneaders Chunky Cinnamon Bread cut in 8 slices 
8 eggs
3 c. milk
1 T. brown sugar
3/4 tsp. salt
1 T. vanilla
2 T. butter  
Preparation:
Butter a glass baking dish generously (9" x 13").  Place the bread flat in the baking dish.  Mix all remaining ingredients, reserving the butter and pour over the bread. Cut butter into pieces and dot over the top. Refrigerate over night or at least 1 hour.   Bake 45 - 50 minutes at 350 degrees.  Serves 8 
Kneader's Carmel Syrup
1 c. Brown sugar
1 c. Creme
1 c. Light Karo Syrup
Blend together and heat on stovetop until sugar is smooth.
Serve warm.
So....someone should make this..cough cough...and tell me if it turns out!




1 comment:

  1. Me me! I want to try!!! How about next weekend?

    Love you

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