That's actually quite cute. Took me a few seconds to realize I was looking at a cupcake.
I like imagining that the cookie monster was stuffed in such a small place.
I'm feeling that certain special need coming on:
She doesn't quite have the same panache at describing the right way to make an omelette, does she?
Heh... and, if you didn't catch it, here's something she did for a gent named Phil Morrison:
Here, she intentionally burns the two foods she prepares.
I'm very tempted to give her method a try. It looks *fast*. And you know it's always best to make your omelette fast, so nobody else has a chance to steal it.
You should have bought a single family house. Then you could have put up an electric fence.
I'm wondering how one would go about preparing an omelette with fillings using Julia's method.
Not sure. If you mix the ingrediants with the eggs, it's not technically an omelette anymore (it's a fritatta instead). And you'd have to cook it more slowly, as I understand.
Salt and pepper are easy enough... maybe you just have to use ingredients like that (so, no cheese or the like).
I guess I'm just not French enough to make butter do the needful.
Hint: You need the right shaped pan AND it has to be non-stick AND you use butter even though it is non-stick AND use fresh eggs.
Having said that....I have never successfully made an omelet either. It always turns out to be scrambled eggs.
I can make an omelette, and it comes out just fine, but I do have to use a spatula. I just wanted to try Julia's method for fun.
Julia pointed out that the butter has to be brown, and she also hinted that browned salt might also help.
After sizzling up the pepperoni in the omelette pan, there was a nice bit of oil left, and the pan was really hot. And that, of course, is the key.
A very hot, well-oiled pan. I poured the egg mixture in and then looked for my rubber spatula -- and couldn't find it. But the pan was hot enough that nothing was sticking, so I just kept shaking it back and forth like Julia did, and soon enough, I got the same effect she did. Once it was cooked, I slid half of it onto the roll, then used the edge of the pan to fold over the other half.
Perfect. IGlet enjoyed it, and the Big Fat Friendly Cat enjoyed what the IGlet didn't finished.
This one was really funny -- someone did a little "creative editing"
omg. the GMA music caught me off guard. I haven't seen GMA since '95, and not much since the 80s, but I used to sit on my mom's bed and watch with her when I was little... so the music...
Evidently the now-infamous KFC "double down" sandwich was asking to be outdone. Check out this monstrosity:
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This delightful little bundle of fat and calories is now being served at Friendly's -- a burger served between two grilled cheese sandwiches instead of a bun. Followed, presumably, by a big ice cream sundae, considering the venue.
I am now feeling a bit peckish.