for lunchtime corn-tomato omelets

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    1. girleditor 44 months ago | reply

      Yes, recipe please?

    2. leedav 44 months ago | reply

      The recipe is right there in the picture.

    3. policyonrye 44 months ago | reply

      what type of cheese is that?

    4. banannapancakes 44 months ago | reply

      I'm going to take a stab at these delicious sounding omelets this morning. Tomatoes? Check. Onion? Check. Fresh corn? Check. Eggs? Double check. Cheddar? Uh.... how about pepperjack.

    5. RainyCityGirl 44 months ago | reply

      Can I be a dork and ask for an omelete tutorial similar to your scrambled eggs one? I started eating scrambled eggs only after I could cook them following your excellently detailed steps. Prior to that I found them eggy or dry or burnt.
      I end up starting an omlete but scrambling it mid way as I don't know how to make them sans burning them. Pretty Please? :)

    6. smitten 44 months ago | reply

      I've started one so many times but concluded the following: 1. It's so much about technique, and practice, that it's hard to teach over the internet. 2. I really need more practice. That's what I've been doing this summer. The cool thing is that a proper omelet should take no more than 2 minutes to make, so there's no excuse not to whip one up for a meal, or even belt out three for a family meal. With more practice, I promise to share what I've learned.

    7. RainyCityGirl 44 months ago | reply

      Thanks Deb..I should just buy a big carton of eggs and make a few. At the worst, I'll be out of a dozen eggs and my human dishwasher will be annoyed--but hey perseverance comes at a cost.

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