News: Today, Free the Animal surpassed 50,000 visits and 90,000 page views in a month for the first time ever. Story to follow on Sunday or Monday, plus, a substantial post I’m working up about a research doctor in New Zealand who still doesn’t get it. Jimmy Moore has his hands in both of those stories. Stay tuned. in the meantime…
This should take only a few minutes. First, get your leftover spaghetti sauce going on low, covered, & be patient. No use in causing excessive oxidative damage in reheating.
Separately, get an omelet pan going with lots of butter. Get the pan very hot first, add the butter, turn the heat medium low and let the butter get past bubbly to slightly brown, toss in the eggs & stir. Even in a stainless pan without non-stick, they shouldn’t stick. Flip the omelet when ready, keep it open face, add sauce & freshly ground parmesan, and you have yourself dinner.
The spaghetti sauce was the same basic recipe as here, except I used the very last pound of my brother’s venison kill instead of ground beef. A couple of nights before, I put it over spaghetti squash, like in the former link, right above. Delicious.