Monday, July 19, 2004

Eggs and smokes

This omelet recipe looks deceptively simple, but I decided to post it anyway, mainly because after more than 20 years of friendship, this was the first time my pal Mark and I have ever discussed a recipe. I figured that makes it some kind of benchmark, so here it is:

Mark of Marina del Rey's Salami Omelet
(1 serving)

• 6 to 8 large eggs or equivalent Omega-3 egg product.
Hungarian salami - cut into small pieces or sliced
• cheddar cheese - shredded
• butter or vegetable oil - about 2 tablespoons
• salt and pepper to taste

In a medium bowl, whisk the eggs with salt and pepper until well blended.

Melt the butter (or add oil) set just above medium heat. Pour in eggs.

As eggs start to harden, sprinkle cheddar cheese on top. When cheese is melted, fold omelet.

Transfer to plate.

Serve with Diet Coke, preferably a Big Gulp from 7-11.

After meal, finish with an Export A cigarette or American equivalent.
Mmm, a dish perfect for a gourmand like North Korea's Kim Jong Il (or as Mark calls him, Kim Jong Mentally Ill).

With 6 to 8 eggs what else can it be?

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[Mark of Marina del Rey photo © 2004 Kapowie Zone]

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