Today is the 6th day of May. It is also the Friday before Mother’s Day. May 6th is National Beverage Day, Crepe Suzette Day and Nurses Day. The Friday before Mother’s Day brings even more to the National Calendar. We have Military Spouse Appreciation Day, Provider Appreciation Day, National Space Day and School Lunch Hero Day. So what does that all mean? Good question.Continue reading “National Days and Omelette Time”
Happy Sunday Everyone. Today is the 3rd Sunday of the month. For us, it means taking an early morning drive just up the highway to the town of Manteca. Manteca is an outermost bedroom community of the San Francisco Bay area.Continue reading “Denver Omelettes and Simple Sunday Pleasures”
Today is the actual birthday of Mother Teresa. She came into the world on August 26, 1910. Born Anjezë Gonxhe Bojaxhiu, she went home to Heaven on September 5, 1997. The day of her death is now her Saintly Feast Day.Continue reading “Happy Birthday Saint Mother Teresa”
Did you all have a good Mother’s Day? I hope so. Here it is, Monday Morning. Some of us are staggering out the door to brave a new work week. Some are staggering into our Work From Home corner. And others are embracing yet another Glorious Day from God.Continue reading “Good Morning Breakfast Omelette”
Sometimes staring blankly into the refrigerator is all you need for inspiration. My guys had headed off to work, I had already had my first morning cup of Joe for the day. The TV was on for company, and the crew of The Kitchen were talking about breakfast.Continue reading “What’s in the Fridge Omelette”
As long as it’s Taco Tuesday, why not start the day with a delicious Taco Omelette? A little heat will really jump start your day! Just you wait and see.Continue reading “Taco Tuesday Omelette”
Which came first, the chicken or the egg? No matter; today is National Egg Day, so it’s all about the egg. Eggs are an essential ingredient to baked goods and are a part of our everyday diets. There’s so much to celebrate in these small packages.Continue reading “Wake up – It’s National Egg Day!”
Yeah, it’s Sunday. Normally I share a nice Sunday dinner with you. And I gotta say, that was the plan. But as I “thumbed” through my recipe ideas for Sunday, I saw this beautiful Omelette from Closet Cooking.
This is one of those been there, done that tales. With a fresh cup of coffee in hand, I stood in front of the open refrigerator. I was hungry, but I didn’t know what I was hungry for. Pulled open drawers, moved things around on shelves. Hum, something light and warm and easy. The light began to flicker.
First question – what is chèvre? We all know it’s French for something, right? Chèvre is a type of goat cheese that is either made in France or made in the French Style. When fresh, chèvre is soft and creamy, with a bright, tangy flavor. Allowed to age, it becomes firm, with more intense flavors and will even develop a rind. Chèvre isn’t just a French cheese, the word means Goat in French. Chèvre is a goat-milk soft cheese.
Recently Facebook asked if I wanted to share a memory from a few years ago. Surprise! The memory was a wonderful Omelette recipe. Before my blogging days, I shared recipes with family on my personal Facebook Page. Oh my stars – imagine my delight to be reminded of a wonderful recipe for Marseille Omelettes!Continue reading “Whispers of France and Marseille Omelette”
Okay, I wasn’t planning to post yet another recipe today. I mean, four in one day is a bit much, even for me. I was actually nursing a cup of coffee, and reading a rough draft for Marseille Omelette (Rosemarie Style). Some of you Mimi Cafe lovers out there might be familiar with this open-faced egg-white omelette.Continue reading “Spinach and Tomato Omelette”
On a recent trip to the market, Hubby and I were able to get a great deal on eggs – twenty-five cents for a dozen. We checked the date – hadn’t expired. The eggs appeared fine. We figured twenty-five cents wasn’t a lot of money to risk. Besides, I make it a happen of testing my eggs regularly. We all know the easiest way to test an egg, right?Continue reading “Delicious Veggie Omelette for One”
What I know about omelette making techniques you could fit into a thimble. I hadn’t even eaten an omelette until I was in my early thirties – and that was on a flight to Los Angeles for a little weekend get away with Hubby. What I knew about omelettes was that my mother never made them. It was something fancy people ate at a fancy brunch. What I have since learned about omelettes has been self-taught. I know what I like and what I don’t like, so I don’t order omelettes very often when dining out.Continue reading “Any Way You Spell it, Omelettes Don’t Scare Me!”