Friday, January 28, 2011


Hey...hope everyone is having a great week. In our family we love to have "breakfast for dinner" creating an Omelet Bar. It's fun, easy, and a great way to get your kids eating those vegetables. The "tip" was shared with me from my Dad years ago while making omelet's together. Enjoy!

Tip: while cooking the egg take your spatula and lift up one side of "tilt" your pan so the uncooked egg runs off the top. Do this throughout the cooking process to help with even cooking of egg. You can cover your pan with lid which allows the steam to help speed up the cooking process as well.

INGREDIENTS: ( one omelet)
2 eggs
bell pepper chopped
onion chopped
cooked ham, bacon and sausage for your "omelet bar"
Vegetarian omelet add grated zucchini and mushrooms

In a non-stick medium size pan heat canola oil in pan. Saute chopped onions and bell pepper until tender on medium heat. In bowl whisk eggs and enough milk for the fluff (about 4 Tb.) Spread in pan and cook using the "tip" above. When omelet is cooked add some grated cheese and carefully flip only one side over. Cover and let cook until cheese is melted. Remove from heat and add the ingredients you desire from your "omelet bar" on top. Add some grated cheddar cheese and cover with lid and cook on low until melted.

TWIST:  Adding the meats after you cook the omelet allows the egg to cook faster. You don't get the added grease from your meat while cooking.

NEXT WEEK:  "TASTE OF ITALY"...easy Italian dishes made with my Homemade Spaghetti Sauce. Italian Creme Cake that makes a gorgeous center piece on your table while entertaining.

DESIGN TIP:  Due to today's economy we are all cutting back. Unfortunately, we don't get to "fluff" our homes as often as we'd like. My challenge to you this weekend is to take a "walk-through" of your home. Look at your accessories in each room (lamps, rugs, candles, pictures, mirrors, etc.) and see if you can use those items in a different room. Creating a "different decor" without going shopping and spending any money. Anyone that knows me, well...I love to rearrange furniture using the same concept.
Have a Blessed weekend.

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