The One-Egg Omelette – Enough for Two

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Here is the omelette that I made from the goose egg. I cut off about a third of this for me, and DH ate the rest of it. We each had our own sausage patty (thanks, Old Jersey Lady!) ;->

I made a double order of pancakes, so there were plenty to eat and to leave sufficient quantity for midnight snacks.

Here are the pancakes. They seemed especially tasty; maybe it was the duck egg. I used one duck and one chicken egg.

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About judilyn

RV'er, foody, caregiver, knowledge seeker
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16 Responses to The One-Egg Omelette – Enough for Two

  1. gypsy97 says:

    It looks very good, but I think I’ll stick to chicken eggs. Actually, I don’t know of a local soure for duck or goose eggs, but probably because I’ve never looked for one.

    • judilyn says:

      I can’t really tell any difference, but it was fun chronicling the adventure. The goose egg yolk was “stickier”, but that’s about all the difference – apart from the obvious size differential.

  2. Sharon says:

    Judy, the omelette picture is gorgeous. The textures look 3 D and I have never seen a prettier one even in a food magazine. Wish I knew how you worked that magic. The perfect color accents helps a lot!

    Taste, no matter how superb, would be second after its superb visual presentation. 🙂

    • judilyn says:

      Many thanks, but it’s just a kitchen shot under fluorescent lights with an ancient iPhone 4!! I did brighten it a bit in Photoshop, that’s true.

      • Sharon says:

        Maybe I’m just easy to impress, but that photo really did. It surprises me that you did it with your camera phone.

      • judilyn says:

        I take about 99.9% of my food pictures with that iPhone camera. My Lumix seems to prefer the out of doors! I looked at the new iPhones with the whoop-de-do cameras, but couldn’t justify getting one since the one I have allows me to talk to anyone I wish, and seems to take pictures that look good enough to eat. So I’m a happy camper! ;->

  3. Sharon says:

    Did it again. Darn! Judie! 🙂

  4. taphian says:

    Looks wonderful and delicious, Judie.

    • judilyn says:

      Thank you, Mitza. Hope you have sunshine today. ;->

      • taphian says:

        Yes, Judie, you sent me some sunshine today. It was cold but nice, today. Have been riding my bicycle twice and made some photos of tree barks and of a rather tame squirrel in our garden. so cute, have a wonderful day, virtual hugs, Mitza

      • judilyn says:

        So glad you saw the light! ;-> Our squirrel has emerged from under the workshop for a couple of foraging adventures. He took so many acorns under there last fall that he probably still has enough to last him a while. Looking forward to the tree bark pictures. I always seem drawn to tree bark, too. Sort of like fingerprints – so many different appearances.

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