|Some omelet ingredients|
|Chopped lobster would be nice|
For an American omelet bar, individual ingredient bowls filled with cheeses like American, cheddar, and Swiss might be a good start. For the meat filling section of your omelet bar, precooked ham, bacon, and sausage might be good choices. Sliced mushrooms, diced tomatoes, onions, green, red, and yellow peppers, or spinach are great fillings as well. To raise the bar on your omelet bar you might consider adding cooked shrimp, crab, or lobster for that truly east coast theme. An assortment of fresh fruit slices make great garnishes for your breakfast omelet bar.
|Got to have some bread|
|Seven egg omelet with cheese|
|My perfect omelet|
|Break some eggs|
|Melt some butter|
|The omelet begins|
|See the curds forming in the center?|
|Tilt the skillet to get more uncooked eggs|
Continue using the edge of the spatula to push the eggs away from the sides towards the center of the skillet until the eggs no longer flow into the empty area. If you like your eggs soft and a little runny, then begin adding your favorite toppings now.
|Add crispy bacon now|
You are now ready to flip your omelet. You could simply flip your egg in the pan, or if you're not up to that, carefully slide the spatula under the egg, rock the skillet to loosen the egg from the pan, and in one swift motion flip the omelet over and then add your toppings. Once the toppings are on your omelet you are ready for the fold. Some people roll them and some fold.
|Crab meat filling|
|Cut the cheese diagonally into 3 or more pieces|
|Ready to melt|