whole food ~ well made

The Omelet Project–Free From Nonstick

A plain omelet that rolled right out of the pan proved that a simple seasoning technique is worth its salt. There is nothing I enjoy quite so much as when someone cooks for me. It doesn’t happen very often, so the pleasures are great no matter what is served–a simple soup, some pasta or beans Read More Read more

The Omelet Project–Pan Trouble

It’s cool how many suggestions, video links and instructional offers I’ve already received for The Omelet Project. Thanks! Honestly, my appetite hasn’t been its usual robust self since I’ve been under the weather. So, I’ve spent some of my sick time researching omelet pans. One of the first comments I received on this topic (via Read More Read more

The Omelet Project Begins

When I was 20 and living in Chantilly France, I cooked breakfast for my French “parents,” Jean and Claudine. The menu: toast, bacon and eggs over easy. They were very gracious about my clumsy attempt to share with them a typical American breakfast, but it must have been quite weird. In no other circumstances have Read More Read more