It took many years for me to realize that I love a perfectly crafted omelette. Now, a classic omelette is one of my favorite meals. Whether for breakfast or lunch or dinner or midnight snack – if you’ve got eggs, you’ve got an omelette. The trick to omelettes are not ingredients but all technique. The trick is cooking the bottom and the top evenly, while keeping the egg tender. My favorite teacher is none other than my favorite Food Network celebrity chef – Alton Brown. After watching part one and part two and a little bit of practice – you … Continue reading i got a flippy floppy – wait, _an omelette?
My big brother and sister-in-law are in town for the weekend from San Antonio, so this morning we met for breakfast at Stone Soup Cafe and Market on Cooper. I’ve wanted to try it out for a while, and this morning was the perfect opportunity to try breakfast. After a quick trip to the Cooper Young Farmers Market – more on that to come – I hopped (ok, maybe it was more like skipping) across the street to secure a table. At 10 a.m., the café was bustling, but not to busy that you had to wait for a table. … Continue reading stone soup breakfast