tirsdag 17. februar 2009

(Ome) lett

"Lett" means "easy" in Norwegian
and it means "light" too
so today we're having Omelett
which is more or less spelled the same in both Norwegian and English
One with potatoes, ham, cheese and spring onion

an other one with the same just added some red stuff,
like sweet pepper, tomatoe and chili for the less scared ones

6 kommentarer:

doggybloggy sa...

so then what does 'ome' mean....

Anette sa...

Le Chien: I have no idea.. the "ome" makes an omelette out of something easy.. thats all we need!

Marjie sa...

Glad I'm not the only one who omits things for those of us who can't or won't eat some things!

buffalodick sa...

I like omelettes, and I like the look of these. Eggs are cool....

antigoni sa...

"You don't have to say it, just eat it." The taste have no languages. It's everywhere the same. I would like a piece (or the whole plate).

TavoLini sa...

nice! You know, I would have never thought to put potatoes in an omelett, even though we eat them on the side every time :)