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Monday, October 19, 2009

curly Q


O
meletes are an easy lunch when you are in a hurry, lazy, or whatever excuse you need to make one. It doesnt take much for me to go to the egg in times of hunger.



I picked up one of these for a couple of bucks and I had to try it out. The potatoes were in longer curls but I was a little rough with them so they came out looking like macaronis.



This omelete is filled with a triple cream brie, chopped scallion and crawfish - I know, an unusual combination, but I grabbed the first things I saw. I am anxious to start curling the heck out things - this 'device' is such a weird thing and it totally cracks me up.

44 comments:

Juliana said...

Potatoes? When I saw the picture I was sure that they were noddles :-) The combination of omelet and the potatoes seems to be very full filling :-)

The Diva on a Diet said...

I thought they were some kind of pasta as well. Either way, they look yummy ... and I look forward to your experiments with your new curly-kew machine!

Jenn said...

You had me fooled, too. I want one of those device things. That's pretty cool.

I like going for omlettes as a last resort as well. It's such a versitile dish.

lk (Healthy Delicious) said...

that curly thing is way too fun!

and yum to crawish!!

doggybloggy said...

juliana: very full-filling ...LOL

diva: I cant wait to try it out on cucumbers and carrots and beets

jenn: they look so much like pasta it even fools me

lk: tasty tasty crawfish!

♥peachkins♥ said...

Those are cute potatoes for making curly fries!!!

Donna-FFW said...

So.. when you're in a hurry.. you're a little rough with the curly q's, quite interesting.

teresa said...

how cool! everything looks so tasty!

Marjie said...

The curly fries are cute.

Just telling it like it is said...

I got out of the bed this morning made some English tea and eggs with tuna, jalapeno and jack pepper cheese!! It was protein packed!!

KennyT said...

And you've put crawfish in your beautiful omelette, so luxurious!

The Duo Dishes said...

Wow. Those are potatoes? You know how to present breakfast! So fancy and fun.

Fresh Local and Best said...

Very cool, those are potatoes?! This looks like a very yummy dish!

monica said...

The filling of that omelet; yummie big time!! I thought the curly stuff were shrimps.... :o)

Anette said...

Since I am a secret gadget freak, (owning hardly any gadgets myself) I must say that I fully understand the frase: "I am anxious to start curling the heck out things.. " I just felt my brain start working on it. What else can you curl? (oh, the excitement of it.. I know, I am a geek))

Angie's Recipes said...

I thought they were noodles!! Christo, I have seen people with creative ideas, but you are in a class of your own!!

buffalodick said...

A gizmo I don't have? Inconceivable!
Potatoes looked cool..

Bina said...

I'm glad you clarified, cause I couldn't tell if they were shrimp or macaroni! I love eggs, I really do, but my stomach hates them. Sometimes I'll go ahead and suffer the consequences, but not very often.

biz319 said...

I love kitchen gadgets! I love my julienne peeler - love making zucchini pasta with it. :D

Cinnamon-Girl Reeni♥ said...

Your omelet filling is so delicious! Love that curly Q maker!

Pam said...

Your omelete is perfectly cooked. Adding triple cream brie takes this baby over the top. The curly device is so cool.

TavoLini said...

How neat! I totally thought you were having an omelet with beef-a-roni at first ;)

It would also be neat to see the leftover potato with all its perfect holes. I bet you could fry it on a bed of onions, like the burgers at white castle. They poke 5 holes in theirs.

5 Star Foodie said...

If you put something cheesy/creamy on those potato "macaroni" that would be a great mac & cheese makeover :)

Jeanne said...

As I discovered with my pressure cooker, new kitchen toys are very motivating!

Live.Love.Eat said...

Triple cream brie? Holy cow. Sounds delish. And the omelette looks amazing. I am loving that curly thing, may need to get one too.

Cajun Chef Ryan said...

Love these images and the omelet is wonderful!

Gina said...

Resolution:

Never look at your blog on an empty stomach...I'm now cravaing omelettes and funny curled potatoes. Do you deliver to Chicago?

Tanya Kristine said...

anything with cream cheese is a winnre with me. and potato curls...

Table Talk said...

I think sweet potato curly fries are in order

Kelsey B. said...

Yes, omlettes are a great quick lunch. I don't know if I have the time for curly potatoes though!

Chou said...

That's just a really cool tool. Thanks for stopping by my blog.

Selba said...

Yummm... that's good!

the ungourmet said...

That is just too cool! I want one!

The omelette looks terrific also.

girlichef said...

I need it...I'm ready for breakfast :D Cool taters...and scrumptious omelet!

Jamie said...

Those are potatoes? So cool! And that omelette sounds decadent and amazing!

Katherine Aucoin said...

Oh Chris I am so proud of you - you eat crawfish! The combination of brie and crawfish has my head spinning, I would love this omlette for lunch today.

I ike the potatoes...very unique!

Jennie said...

What a delicious blog you have here!
The omelette sounds amazing!

Sweta said...

I love those 'curls'-I definitely have to get one of those now!!

Sippity Sup said...

A strange and useful item, in and out of the kitchen!. (nasty)GREG

Amber said...

YUM! This pic looks great!

Diana H said...

They do look like macaroni - can you twist them together like the ad picture?

Velva said...

I love eggs! Eggs are so versatile, healthy and delicious too! We often eat eggs for dinner. Triple cream brie as ana ddition...Wow! That is just proof that your omelette was delicious! Love the curly Q's too.

Tangled Noodle said...

Oh what an omelette! How in the world does that Twin Curl Cutter work? I want one!

pigpigscorner said...

wow..cool gadget. I thought it was pasta!

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