La Triv is a woman of many passions, and jostling for pole position among them would be omelettes.
I tackled my first omelette in Home Ec in Year 7, and never looked back. Never has a bad word been uttered about an Omeletta Trivialista, except by Nana Joan, who once gently proposed that I fry my onions before installing them in their eggy home.
Will definitely be giving the above spagel, schenken and fontina om a whirl beneath the dusty rafters — thanks Brigitte.
And on every trip to Paris I’ve been meaning to try this fave of LLG…
Parisien omelette porn courtesy of Liberty London Girl
And, of course, who could forget The BePonytailed One’s “famous” om from last week? I’m still yet to grabby me some crabby and bring this to life, but it’s in my near future.
One of La favourite local omelettes is to be gotten at Cafe Zinc in Potts Point. It’s a very simple scenario of herbs and a lovely cheddar. Tell Peter and Nigel La Triv sent you (and watch for the blank stare).
Suspect will soon start to sound like Stacey’s mother, Gwen, from Gavin & Stacey. To quote the Deity Google, “she is a housewife and regularly offers to cook omelettes.”
There could be worse epitaphs. Might even like the housewife bit — more time to hang beneath the dusty rafters (does that make La sound like a bat?), sweating the small stuff.
You should try scrambled eggs with Tetsuya’s truffle butter – DEVINE especially with a splash of bubbles! What about the lobster omelette we used to get at Etch? Used to love that with champagne as a special lunch treat.
So the BePonytailed One’s crab omelette has become somewhat a specialty of my husband’s over the years. We must get him to make you one and see how it rates…
Yum! Count me in! x