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A Day Of Eggs

Anyone who has ever heard of Hewitt knows that it’s problematic. The events that took place Saturday confirms this status. I ate scrambled eggs for two meals on Saturday. I know that this doesn’t sound like a big deal, but it is to me. Imagine, it’s Saturday, 11 AM, in Hewitt bright and early in the […]

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Cooking With Bwog: The Omelet Edition

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again– eggs are amazing little self-contained ovoids of golden glory. Plus, they’re cheap and versatile. So, on a weekly basis, the number of eggs I consume would boggle your mind. A lot of people I know hate eggs, BUT that is only because they don’t know their preferred cooking method. Ya see, […]

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What Makes a Havemeyer a Home?

For this pigeon, it’s a nice ledge in 309 to build a nest and lay eggs on. Mind-bwoggling. And we already asked Public Safety to take care of her, so she and her youngins hopefully won’t get hurt.

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