How to make an Omelette: DIY
What is more everyday than an Omelette? The smell alone as you come in the kitchen of frying eggs just reminds us of a lazy summer day.
You know some of the simplest things are the best and also very inexpensive. Couple of rashers of bacon, potato, onions and eggs on top. Now, we are going to make something a little bit different with bacon this time. Rusty! Start by frying the bacon until every bit is deliciously crispy God this smells good! I could eat it right now, let alone using it rusty. Pop a thinly sliced onion into the bacon fat. Onions just add flavour to so many things. Once that’s done add those lovely fried onions on the bacon and season it. And we are going on to do the potatoes... Coarsely grind the potatoes. We are using the same frying pan and we are going to tip everything in. It just needs a few minutes to cook on a medium heat. Once it’s crisp and gold turn it out so you can cook the other side. Now let the eggs rest on the combo.
That’s it! All done!
So, fourteen artists are gathering together in a studio space for a pop up/one day exhibition. The omelette will be prepared in Mets.
And what could accompany the omelette better than a cold beer?