A Simple Seasonal Omelette
today i am moody and deeply content.
life feels bigger as i stand quiet in my kitchen.
outside the rain continues to fall, creating a sense of warm seclusion.
fire pops and crackles in the hearth and for a moment that is all there is.
wild. like these mushrooms.
this is home.
Growing up we had a garden and chickens on our property. It's no wonder I have an affinity for healthy, happy, homegrown goods; be it eggs, veggies, fruits or otherwise I believe in good fuel for our bodies. So when I popped to the store the other day and happened upon a bunch of wild foraged mushrooms I didn't think twice before throwing the lot of them in my basket. Truth is, I'm a sucker for the seasonal treats, and mama loves mushrooms!
Mama also love omelettes. Honestly, I think I eat one almost every day, if not multiple times a day. I love the simplicity of them, and that they pack a nutrient punch! Protein, vitamins, minerals, macros, it's all there for you in one quick and easy getup. And what better way to stave off this cold weather than packing your omelettes full of warm, seasonal goodness?
I feel that I should also mention I'm not the most exciting cook in the kitchen. I kind of make it up as I go, I'm not certified and I very rarely use spices. I know. Dolt. But hey, I figure I can't be the only one out there who enjoys a quick meal, filled with simplicity. If that's you, perfect. Here are some super simple basics for a easy any-time meal (feel free to ignore all of this and do your own thing, what could go wrong?):