Sunday, October 3, 2010

Ahhh.....THE CLASSICS: Meaning: serving as a standard, model, or guide, of enduring interest, quality, or style

The classics come in many forms the Chanel suit, the LBD, a cashmere sweater and the perfect red lipstick.

The fashionable lady should not only wear the classics, know how to cook up the classics as well.

Some of the favourites are the perfect roast chicken, a juicy meatloaf, the creamiest macaroni and cheese, a basic omelette, and the yummiest apple pie . A couple of my personal  favourites  are the classic roast chicken dinner, which fills the home with the best aroma ever, and waking up Sunday morning heading  to the kitchen , having  that first cup of coffee and whipping up the perfect omelette. 

So when your feeling the need to return to the classics why not head to the kitchen and indulge in some of my favourites or come up with some of your own. And now, a recipe for the breakfast classic the Omelette!

Bon Apetite!


Serves 1
3 large eggs, preferably room temperature
Coarse salt and ground pepper
1 tablespoon chopped scallions and/or fresh herbs
1 tablespoon butter, plus more for serving


 1.    In a medium bowl, whisk eggs until frothy. Season with salt and pepper, whisk in salt and pepper, whisk in scallions and or herbs if desired.
 2.    Heat butter in a non-stick skillet over medium/high heat, tilting to coat pan, add whisked eggs to skillet.
 3.   Cook stirring quickly, until eggs begin to thicken, pull edges of omelette
        toward center and tilt pan so uncooked eggs flow to edges.
 4.    Cook until  eggs are cooked through and remove to a warmed plate.
Serve with slices of whole grain toast, and some freshly squeezed OJ and

Donna for Amanda's Fashion Spot
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