Yes, eggs on the menu today.
Put them together with some sour cream and load it into an omelet. Yummiest combination. I would have never thought of that one!
This recipe makes 2 omelets, but definitely double or triple. The best part of this recipe is that you can keep the omelets you have made warm on a baking sheet in the oven, and then when you are ready to serve you broil the whole lot together.
4 large eggs
2 Tbs grated Parmesan cheese
2 Tbs butter
1 Tbs sour cream
Salt and pepper
Pinch freshly grated nutmeg
60 g (2 oz) camembert cheese, diced
parsley sprigs and grated Parmesan cheese, to garnish
1. Beat eggs and Parmesan cheese together in a large bowl.
2. Melt half the butter in a skillet and pour in half the egg mixture. Cook until set.
3. Cut the avocado in half. Slice one half thinly into long slices. Mash the other half with the sour cream and salt and pepper and nutmeg; stir in the camembert.
4. Arrange half the avocado slices in a fan shape on top of the omelet and top with half the camembert mixture. Place on a baking sheet. Set aside and make the remaining omelet in the same way.
5. Put baking sheet under a hot grill/broiler for 1 minute until the cheese melts, then fold the omelets in half and tip onto a warmed plate.
7. Garnish with sprigs of parsley and Parmesan cheese and serve at once.
I just love when I stumble upon a song with a cool name and it turns out to be quite good. I love it even more when the rest of the band’s stuff is also really good.
In this case let’s say groovy.
Halasan Bazar, out of Copenhagen, play quirky, trippy, psychedelic folk pop. So here’s the song that caught my attention.
Okay, so that could be what it sounded like. :)
You have to hear a song with vocals, too. I really like this one off of the same 2012 album, ‘How To Be Ever Happy’, which the band have also demoed in a January 2013 release.
What makes me like the band even more is the members’ names:
Cptn. Habi Halasan
The Mysterious Mr. Bazar
Henry The Rabbit (bangs the tambourine)
And I love their influences:
Shuffle, Skiffle, boogie, Scrolling, yoga, swimming.