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This morning I woke up FREEZING! Probably because my dog stole my comforter while I was sleeping, grrr! I went downstairs hungry and watched TV with a blanket and my fuzzy little heater. I was too cold to get out from under a mound of blankets and my dog to make breakfast, but then around noon I realized "I'm really hungry... I can warm myself from the inside out!" and tossed my dog, London, and my blankets aside.
I have never made an omelette before and decided I would try this morning because I was sick of pancakes or waffles. Plus it is wayyy too cold to eat cereal. It's like 60 degrees in my house! I'm still not ready to turn my heat on. Actually, I am ready, but my bank account isn't. Anywho, I decide I want an omelette and so does the boyfriend (on top of the 2 turkey sandwiches he was already making). So I pull out the bacon (a necessity in this house) and ask James how many pieces he wants... he responds "yes." That translates into "I want all the bacon in the world, so I will eat as much bacon as you can fit on my plate." So I fry up 6 pieces of bacon and 2 pieces of sausage (It's Sunday, calories and cholesterol don't count). After I blot out as much grease as possible I start on the omelette.
For each omelette I used:
1/2 small clove Garlic
1/2 Green Onion
1/8(ish) of a Green Pepper
1 Sausage Patty
1/4(ish) cup Milk
1/8(ish) cup of Cheddar Cheese (plus more for the middle)
Chop all the ingredients into small pieces and whisk everything together. Pour into a big pan (lightly buttered or baconed ;) so it doesn't stick) over fairly low heat (I had my burner on around 3 1/2) and let it cook until the top is solid, then flip it (this will require some practice from me) cook it a minute or so longer, transfer to a plate, sprinkle more Cheddar Cheese on half, fold it over and serve! With bacon on the side of course! Enjoy!!!
That's what I saw when I looked at my dogs bed last night when I woke up cold. She had my comforter and my stuffed animal on her bed! And she covered herself like people! Hahaha.