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So Convenient, So Delicious
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Well, not entirely convenient. Photo by G. Clyne.

This post is long-belated but entirely necessary: Just after Thanksgiving I tried omelette in a bag. And Matt is right: the best.

P.S. Friends in the know inform me ziplocked eggs are a Boy Scout staple. Which is, I guess, unsurprising. The whole process feels pretty camp-like.

6 comments

One clarifying question — do you beat the eggs, or what?

You can mush them while they’re in the baggie.

That’s right — crack them straight into the bag & then slosh them around a bit.

Vicki says…

Are you kidding me? You’ve both been in my space and never heard about omelettes in a bag? I failed in my training. Next camping trip with the boys, we will name a new variety after each of you! Mushrooms, green peppers, ham cubes, what would you prefer?

Wait, Vicki, you’re on MySpace and you haven’t friended me? OMGLOL!@!

Or were you talking about something else? (I call dibs on ham cubes and gruyère!)

Vicki says…

The likelihood of me being in MySpace? Thanks for the grin.

I may know about those omelettes, but I’m still the little old lady driving verrrry slowwwly in the left-hand lane of the information superhighway. Oh, and my blinker’s on. But at least there’s no snow!

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