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Teach… Omelettes

We all know how to do something well – write a post that teaches readers how to do something you know and/or love to do. (Daily Prompt)

Photographers, artists, poets: show us TEACHING.

There must be something I know how to do well… the prompt says everyone does. I have to think about this one awhile. Do I want to tell everyone about the wild escapades of homeschooling for the last eighteen years? Not really. Been there, done that, got that t-shirt- glad to be moving on…

I’m hungry. Maybe I’ll make something yummy for lunch while I think about what to write about today. Let’s see, we have eggs (of course we always have eggs! we have chickens!) I’ll make a spinach and cheddar cheese omelette- Hey! That’s something I know how to do!

1. Get 3 eggs and a small bowl.


2. Whisk the eggs together (with a small drizzle of water).


3. Whisk in a few shakes of sea salt & pepper.

image4. (I forgot to mention- first you were heating your skillet to a nice medium heat. When that’s warm, pour in about 1/2 Tbsp of peanut oil and make sure the oil is evenly spread around the whole pan) Slice 3 1/4 inch thick slabs of extra sharp cheddar cheese, and have your spinach leaves ready…

image5. Pour the egg mixture into your skillet, evenly around the whole pan. Lay your 3 cheese slabs to the left side and lavishly spread your spinach leaves around the right side…


6. After the eggs have begun to firm up enough, gently fold the right side back over the left side…

flip omlette to left side

7. Give a minute or two, then gently flip the omelette over to the other side…

flip omelette to other side

8. After about a minute, gently place your golden, delicious omelette onto your plate. That’s it! That was easy!


Bon Appetit!









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