Missing Broward Dining a little too much? Wishing you could relive the exhilarating feeling of swiping your Gator1 to get in? Lucky for you, you can recreate your favorite Gator Dining meals right at home. Here’s how. 

Homemade Tomato Soup:

Soup is always good for the soul. Sitting alone at the back table of Gator Corner Dining and enjoying a nice lukewarm bowl of soup hits the spot. If you’re missing that homemade tomato soup taste, this is a great, simple recipe for you.


  • 1 3-Gallon Jug of Aramark Condensed Tomato Soup (if you can get your hands on it)
  • 1 Goldfish cracker (soggy)
  • 2 teaspoons Purell hand sanitizer (if you can find any)
  • Kraft grated “cheese”


First, find a bowl that is a little bit too small for a serving of soup. You may choose a mug, if that is your preference. Next, remove the label off of the can of Condensed Tomato Soup and throw it away. Then, empty the contents of soup into your dishware of choice. Place one (1) piece of cheddar Goldfish into the soup. Let the soup sit out for 45 minutes to 1 hour. Once the time has passed, mix in your hand sanitizer. Lastly, sprinkle as much cheese is as desired. For more flavor, garnish with 1-2 additional squirts of Purell. Turn on your Intro to Stats Study Edge lecture and enjoy! 

Gator Grilled Cheese: 

Nothing brings back great memories like a grilled cheese. Yeah, your mom might have offered to make you one, but it’s not worth it unless it’s the Gator Dining recipe. If you’re craving that cheesy melting in your mouth, this will do the trick.


  • 2 slices of expired white bread 
  • 2 Kraft singles 
  • RTS motor oil


First, place two pieces of expired (by at least 3 weeks) bread outside. Let sit for 30 minutes. Spread motor oil onto the outsides of each piece of bread for maximum crispiness. Place cheese in between the two pieces of bread. Let sit for 30 minutes. Place sandwich by itself into the microwave for 3 minutes. Let sit for 30 minutes. Open up a Natty Light and enjoy! 

The Signature Broward Omelet: 

Whether it’s for breakfast, lunch, dinner or a snack, an omelet is always a good idea. It’s customizable to add the ingredients that you like, but we’re going to choose them for you anyway. If you’re looking for a protein-filled meal option, this is a great recipe to follow. 


  • 2 large eggs 
  • Shredded cheese
  • Diced tomatoes 
  • Mushrooms
  • 1 piece of long human hair
  • Axe body spray 


First, generously spray a medium sized skillet with Axe body spray to coat the pan – be warned, this is obviously extremely flammable and could be fatal. Next, crack 2 large eggs into a bowl and whisk, or don’t. Next, go outside and search grassy areas for any growing mushrooms. Pick them up and bring them inside. Then, on medium heat, pour the whisked eggs into the skillet. While cooking, sprinkle in desired amount of shredded cheese. Add in diced tomatoes, even if you hate them. Mix in outdoor mushrooms. Before flipping the omelet in half, place one single strand of hair into the middle so that it ever so slightly sticks out from one side of the omelet just enough to be super gross.

Transfer omelet to plate. Enjoy!