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Early Riser Recipe


1    cousin
2    tickets to Secret Sunrise (preferably of the grassy kind)
1/2 day off work (minimum)
garnish with a quick brunch


Sorry to say, but this dish takes some serious preparation, but trust me - it is more than worth the time and effort it takes to slap it together.

  1. Preheat your mood on high until excited. To get the temperature exactly right, it is strongly recommended that you book your tickets at least two weeks in advance so that the anticipation has enough time to rise.
  2. Prepare yourself & your cousin in ridiculous outfits, laid out the night before - that way time getting ready is reduced, because you need to arrive at the venue before an adult consistency is reached.
  3. Serve at dawn, followed by a brunch course.

Cook's Notes

Feel free to substitute the cousin with a sibling / friend - more than one will also work, as long as you can always be yourself around them.


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