I don't know if I should start out telling you how to make an omelet. Gee, there are cajillions of recipes on how to stir up a bunch of eggs with milk; put into a medium-low skillet, and simply lightly stir - fold a bit, and roll it into a simple omelet.
We all know we add a bit of salt and pepper.
We all know that fresh basil is super!
We all know a bit of rosemary makes it even better.
What we can add, that you might not have done as yet:
Diced cooked ham; a bunch of diced tomatoes, and a few slivers of red onion before you roll it all up.
To that recipe: Add some shredded cheddar cheese - inside - and then top it off with a bit more while it's still very warm; a dab of sour cream, and it's yum-yum- time!
If you like GREEN PEPPERS, slice them very very thin so they leave a little 'crunch', but aren't too chewy....
If you don't like HAM - then replace it with MUSHROOMS - you pick from the abundant choices; we like Portabello the best; Shitake next-best.
If you've got questions on how to make an omelet, just use the KEY WORD - hit those links on the side-bar of this page, and you'll get tons of answers.
There you go Lassie; I hope you like Dexter's blog - there will be more recipes and 'dog news' to come; as well as some 'people thoughts' too.