Late Night with Julia Child

Usually on nights I have work events I stagger..er…walk in the door STARVING and — if we’re honest — slightly tipsy.  Last night was no exception.  After an eventful evening at Cirque du Soliel Ovo (which was delightful, highly recommend) I was ready to eat a horse… or at least leftover tenderloin.  Wouldn’t you know, Keith had already eaten it and was quietly slumbering — imagine my outrage.

Once I ascertained all I had in the apartment were a couple of eggs, some butter (always) and Swiss cheese… clearly, I made an omelette.

Cliche as it is, I’m a fanatic fan of the classic French omelette a la Julia Child; once I got over the initial fear/hopeless mess of my first try, I fell in love with this simple (and delicious) meal/snack/late night binge.  This video is how I learned on a lunch break at work… you can do the same.

IMPORTANT TIP: DO NOT SKIMP ON THE REAL BUTTER.

Eat Hearty!

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