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A bacon and brie omelet. Yes, I took pics. Oh dear!

First side,just folding:

https://i.postimg.cc/7ZZvYpBK/omelet1.jpg

after flipped and done:

https://i.postimg.cc/K8zVytzV/omelet-flipped.jpg

Yes, I like a browned on the outside omelet. But let me assure you, the
inside is still very moist, still nearly custardy. I used a whisk
vigorously on those eggs after added a splash of milk, S&P. Cooked the
eggs in butter... added crumbled bacon and a few dollops of brie until
melted. Then turned...

Delicious!

Jill

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On Friday, October 11, 2019 at 4:10:05 PM UTC-5, jmcquown wrote:

A bacon and brie omelet. Yes, I took pics. Oh dear!

First side,just folding:

https://i.postimg.cc/7ZZvYpBK/omelet1.jpg

after flipped and done:

https://i.postimg.cc/K8zVytzV/omelet-flipped.jpg

Yes, I like a browned on the outside omelet. But let me assure you, the
inside is still very moist, still nearly custardy. I used a whisk
vigorously on those eggs after added a splash of milk, S&P. Cooked the
eggs in butter... added crumbled bacon and a few dollops of brie until
melted. Then turned...

Delicious!

Jill

I'm more of a frittata person myself, but that omelet does look good. My
dinner consisted of a ham sandwich and potato chips. A couple of Pepperidge
Farms dark chocolate chip cookies with milk a little while later.
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On Fri, 11 Oct 2019 16:38:44 -0700 (PDT), "
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On Friday, October 11, 2019 at 4:10:05 PM UTC-5, jmcquown wrote:

A bacon and brie omelet. Yes, I took pics. Oh dear!

First side,just folding:

https://i.postimg.cc/7ZZvYpBK/omelet1.jpg

after flipped and done:

https://i.postimg.cc/K8zVytzV/omelet-flipped.jpg

Yes, I like a browned on the outside omelet. But let me assure you, the
inside is still very moist, still nearly custardy. I used a whisk
vigorously on those eggs after added a splash of milk, S&P. Cooked the
eggs in butter... added crumbled bacon and a few dollops of brie until
melted. Then turned...

Delicious!

Jill

I'm more of a frittata person myself, but that omelet does look good. My
dinner consisted of a ham sandwich and potato chips. A couple of Pepperidge
Farms dark chocolate chip cookies with milk a little while later.


Sounds like food for a children's party.
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On Friday, October 11, 2019 at 5:10:05 PM UTC-4, jmcquown wrote:
A bacon and brie omelet. Yes, I took pics. Oh dear!

First side,just folding:

https://i.postimg.cc/7ZZvYpBK/omelet1.jpg

after flipped and done:

https://i.postimg.cc/K8zVytzV/omelet-flipped.jpg

Yes, I like a browned on the outside omelet. But let me assure you, the
inside is still very moist, still nearly custardy. I used a whisk
vigorously on those eggs after added a splash of milk, S&P. Cooked the
eggs in butter... added crumbled bacon and a few dollops of brie until
melted. Then turned...

Delicious!

Jill


I like browned on the outside as well. Your pics look nice. To me it looks as though you flipped it in half. That's the way I like to do it. Another technique has it folded over in thirds. I find it too bothersome.
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On Friday, October 11, 2019 at 6:47:20 PM UTC-5, Bruce wrote:

On Fri, 11 Oct 2019 16:38:44 -0700 (PDT), "
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My
dinner consisted of a ham sandwich and potato chips. A couple of Pepperidge
Farms dark chocolate chip cookies with milk a little while later.


Sounds like food for a children's party.

Nah, they get hot dogs, potato chips, milk and cookies unless it's a birthday
party then it's cake and ice cream.

What is your dinner going to consist of? Even if it's just bean sprouts, tell
what you'll be chowing down on.


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On Friday, October 11, 2019 at 7:38:47 PM UTC-4, wrote:
On Friday, October 11, 2019 at 4:10:05 PM UTC-5, jmcquown wrote:

A bacon and brie omelet. Yes, I took pics. Oh dear!

First side,just folding:

https://i.postimg.cc/7ZZvYpBK/omelet1.jpg

after flipped and done:

https://i.postimg.cc/K8zVytzV/omelet-flipped.jpg

Yes, I like a browned on the outside omelet. But let me assure you, the
inside is still very moist, still nearly custardy. I used a whisk
vigorously on those eggs after added a splash of milk, S&P. Cooked the
eggs in butter... added crumbled bacon and a few dollops of brie until
melted. Then turned...

Delicious!

Jill

I'm more of a frittata person myself, but that omelet does look good. My
dinner consisted of a ham sandwich and potato chips. A couple of Pepperidge
Farms dark chocolate chip cookies with milk a little while later.


What kind of chips? I don't eat them very often; health reasons. But when I occasionally do, I go for the salt and malt vinegar. Or the jalepeno.
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jmcquown wrote:
A bacon and brie omelet.* Yes, I took pics.* Oh dear!

First side,just folding:

https://i.postimg.cc/7ZZvYpBK/omelet1.jpg

after flipped and done:

https://i.postimg.cc/K8zVytzV/omelet-flipped.jpg

Yes, I like a browned on the outside omelet.* But let me assure you,
the inside is still very moist, still nearly custardy.* I used a
whisk vigorously on those eggs after added a splash of milk, S&P.
Cooked the eggs in butter... added crumbled bacon and a few dollops
of brie until melted.* Then turned...

Delicious!

Jill


Looks very good to me. But, my old woman mostly cooks up eggs over
easy that are the best. So that's usually what I ask for. Once in a
while she'll bust a yolk, but usually perfect.

She also cooks up some mighty larpin omelets. Sometimes with a
little bacon, or crumbled sausage. A few times she used some sauteed
vegetables, and they were very good.

Don't tell druce ... He'll have a shit hemorrhage and urinate in his
wood shoes.








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On Friday, October 11, 2019 at 7:09:10 PM UTC-5, A Moose in Love wrote:

On Friday, October 11, 2019 at 7:38:47 PM UTC-4, wrote:

I'm more of a frittata person myself, but that omelet does look good. My
dinner consisted of a ham sandwich and potato chips. A couple of Pepperidge
Farms dark chocolate chip cookies with milk a little while later.


What kind of chips? I don't eat them very often; health reasons. But when I occasionally do, I go for the salt and malt vinegar. Or the jalepeno.

They were just the plain old thin potato chips that have been around for about
a thousand years. I got burnt out of the vinegar potato chips 15 years ago.
These chips were my about once a year treat and I've sure enjoyed them;
crunchy and salty.
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On Friday, October 11, 2019 at 7:35:35 PM UTC-5, Hank Rogers wrote:

Looks very good to me. But, my old woman mostly cooks up eggs over
easy that are the best. So that's usually what I ask for. Once in a
while she'll bust a yolk, but usually perfect.

My favorite way to eat eggs! Scrambled comes a close second. A busted yolk,
fried hard egg is for sandwiches and I don't turn my nose up at those either.

She also cooks up some mighty larpin omelets. Sometimes with a
little bacon, or crumbled sausage. A few times she used some sauteed
vegetables, and they were very good.

Frittatas with a generous cup of cubed hash browns with crumbled bacon and
and snipped chives is lip smacking, too. An addition of some shredded
cheese is nice as well.

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Bruce wrote:
On Fri, 11 Oct 2019 16:38:44 -0700 (PDT), "
wrote:

On Friday, October 11, 2019 at 4:10:05 PM UTC-5, jmcquown wrote:

A bacon and brie omelet. Yes, I took pics. Oh dear!

First side,just folding:

https://i.postimg.cc/7ZZvYpBK/omelet1.jpg

after flipped and done:

https://i.postimg.cc/K8zVytzV/omelet-flipped.jpg

Yes, I like a browned on the outside omelet. But let me assure you, the
inside is still very moist, still nearly custardy. I used a whisk
vigorously on those eggs after added a splash of milk, S&P. Cooked the
eggs in butter... added crumbled bacon and a few dollops of brie until
melted. Then turned...

Delicious!

Jill

I'm more of a frittata person myself, but that omelet does look good. My
dinner consisted of a ham sandwich and potato chips. A couple of Pepperidge
Farms dark chocolate chip cookies with milk a little while later.


Sounds like food for a children's party.


Or an old dutchman with his finger stuck in something. Gotta feed
him with a spoon.






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