What you DON’T know about the Left Cheek.

Steak omelette
I’m kind of a disaster in the kitchen.  I can’t imagine what it must be like for the Right Cheek hearing me cook… “Ahhhhhh!!  The foil is on fire!!”  ”Oops!”  ”I’m okay!!”  Those are pretty common things for her to hear coming from the kitchen as I’m cooking.  I don’t know why, but I have a tendency to burn things.  I’m not talking about food, I’m talking about burning skillet bottoms, my arm, spatulas, spatulas and yup…more spatulas.  It doesn’t matter how careful or aware I am as I’m cooking, those little  buggers ALWAYS find a way to melt onto whatever hot burner is around! I can’t count how many times poor Righty has come how to find another pulverized spatula in the sink. **Blush**  Sorry Righty!  I promise not to burn down Headquarters!!
Steak Omelette
1/4 lb of flank steak
1/2 pepper
1/2 onion
1 Tablespoon olive oil
Salt and pepper
4 eggs
Dice peppers and onions, then saute them up in a skillet with the olive oil.  Feel free to add salt, pepper or any other of your favorite spices.  Saute until soft.
Cook flank steak, or use left over cooked steak.  An easy way to cook your steak is in the broiler on high for about 4 minutes per side, depending upon the thickness of the steak.  Season to liking.  Cut into thin strips once it is cooked.
Beat your eggs together in a side dish.
Heat a large skillet over medium high heat and add the eggs.  Let them cook for about a minute until it begins to cook.
Add the steak, peppers and onions on top of the egg, and centered off to one side.  Fold the other side of the eggs over the meat mixture.  Press down the edges and let cook for another minute or two.


  1. OH I’ve heard some of these expletives before from the left cheek! Oh and this recipe looks great! Will try it tomorrow!