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Another worthy Omelette constructed

Today I rushed away from home only to return at 1pm famished. The wife is starting a kitchen remodeling project. She wants to take down the fur-down above the cabinets. I am told our kitchen is dated. When I prepare meals for us I do not believe a modern kitchen will change how our food will taste. But then I do not watch all those home improvement shows that may dictate otherwise.

Anyway I cleared space at the stove stop. Cleaned away the construction debris and stated, " I will not be involved with this project until I feed my soul" The wife was also hungry so she agreed to wait for my help until after we ate. I sliced 1/4 quarter of a Fresh White onion, 1 Early Red Bell pepper placed them in a hot saute pan with Canola oil. The protein that we agreed on was Polish sausage that I julienned and stirred in. After a few seconds I had six Eggs whipped ready to add. When the eggs were done on the bottom I flipped them like an experienced breakfast cook. Once on their flipside I sprinkled shredded Colby Jack cheese  on my creation and placed a lid on the pan.

Now, for the finishing touches. Twice toasted thick sliced Hearty Italian bread. Topped the omelette with the current SamM salsa. The wife was very complimentary as I entered the living room. Polish sausage was her suggestion for this perfect meal. I am pleased with how the twice toasted Hearty Italian bread tasted.

And ,Yes I was committed to helping bring down the fur-down. Tomorrow will tell if I did too much. I will call in the experts before tackling the ceiling light above the sink, or the AC duct and oven vent pipe above the stove. The food will taste the same coming out of Fred's under-construction kitchen.



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