So I asked my husband what he wanted for breakfast. “How about a Greek omelet?” I asked. Well, being that he is Greek I figured it was a sure bet. Not only that, this is one good omelet!
Omelet making is a bit of a science and it takes a lot of practice to be able to flip one without getting egg on your stove top, on your floor or on yourself. I’ll post a video on the method and link it here when I can get a hold of my videographer (my son.)
It first starts with some eggs in a bowl. Yep, that is a one-handed crack (I’ve got that down ) Scramble them with a fork. You want them well combined.
Add some dried oregano.
Now, I need to tell you that…
This past April, on our drive back from a 5 Seconds of Summer concert and a wonderful visit with family in Connecticut, my daughter and I were getting a bit hungry and parched. We decided to stop at one of our favorite restaurants in southern Maine, Billy’s Chowder House.
Billy’s Chowder House is a neat little Mom and Pop restaurant run by the Verano Family. It is located right in the middle of the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge in Wells, Maine. The bar room has large picture windows overlooking the marshes so that even on a dreary day it is bright and cheerful.
And what better to add to the cheer than a nice, cold, craft, Hidden Cove Black Ale?
Thanks for stopping by and welcome to my new blog! This is just an introductory post so I’ll keep it short and sweet.
I’ve decided to update my site cooksotasty.com
I plan on growing my blog by writing and sharing posts about the wide variety of tasty food that we have here in the beautiful state of Maine. I’ll also have pages for restaurant reviews, Maine food finds, upcoming cooking classes, recipes, videos and more.
I’m so excited to be continuing my food journey and can’t wait to share all of my experiences with you!
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