Good Eats: A Proper French Omelet

Good Eats: A Proper French Omelet

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Faith Durand
Jun 4, 2009

Every week we bring you our favorite posts on cooking and eating from our friends at Serious Eats. Well, this week our favorite post was none other than a proper French omelet. A well-made omelet is a delightful start to the morning, fluffy and delicate. It's also not stuffed to breaking; a French omelet is (surprise, surprise) much more restrained than the typical American version.

This plus cheese knives, rhubarb cream cheese pie, and tuna and chickpeas below.

A Proper French Omelet - So simple.

All About Cheese Knives - The general theme? They are pretty useless.

Rhubarb Cream Cheese Pie with Fresh Strawberries - Hello! Yummy!!

Fragrant Tuna and Chickpea Salad - Something really good, straight out of a can.

Daniel Craig Popsicle - Wow.

Previous Good Eats: Dastardly Moustache Napkin Rings

(Image: Blake Royer/Serious Eats)

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