Not a Grand Master Chef? Me Either.

Being a subpar chef can be tough, especially when there is a pandemic sweeping across the world that may have you locked in quarantine and wondering, Is that delivery boy washing his hands? But fret not, there are options for us culinarily uninclined, the internet really is our best friend. So after much research and a few personal touches from the pallet of yours truly, I present to you the EASIEST breakfast creation with which to start the day and your culinary journey.
Omlete Mug

Ingredients:
2 eggs
Grated Cheese
Salt
Pepper
Chopped: Onions, Peppers, Tomatos
Bacon
Butter
Milk
Instructions:
Step 1: Crack 2 eggs into a mug and beat with a fork until mixed to your desire.
Step 2: Prep dry ingredients by chopping them into bite sized pieces.
Step 3: Add all the ingredients into the mug containing the mixed eggs and mix it all together. Literally, as much or little as you want, no prep needed just toss it all in there.
Step 4: Add a teaspoon of butter and mix thoroughly
Step 5: Dash of milk, makes it nice and fluffy!
Step 6: Pop that bad boy in the microwave for 1 minute 30 seconds
Step 7: Be proud you made a delicious Omelet, without making a serious mess, and that you didn’t have to flip!
In 5 minutes or less, you have a hassle free meal! Congrats! Also a super easy recipe to make your own and tweak, might even impress your loved ones. Enjoy!

Share:

Join Our Mailing List

    Recent Articles

    What’s Up with High U.S. Egg Prices?

    As someone who eats plenty of eggs, the higher prices have not slipped my attention. If you have been grocery shopping recently, or even checked social media, it’s pretty obvious that egg prices are soaring. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average price of a dozen eggs rose 59% last year with prices more than doubling in West Virginia and six other states in the upper Midwest. This jump in price was even more shocking in the case of eggs classified grade A, with prices soaring up to almost 140%.

    MSG Isn’t Harmful, But Anti-MSG Propaganda Is

    In 1968, Chinese-American physician Robert Ho Man Kwok penned what he thought was a lighthearted letter to The New England Journal of Medicine. He wrote of experiencing numbness, palpitations, and weakness after eating in Chinese restaurants in the US, and wondered whether the monosodium glutamate used by the cooks here might be behind his strange illness. The consequences of Kwok’s letter were far-reaching and devastating. MSG, then a common food enhancer, was immediately tagged as a toxin in the public eye, a move supported by flawed “research”, and was removed from nearly every commercially-available food found on store shelves.

    Pepsi Launches Starry, a New Lemon Lime Soda

    PepsiCo has just replaced Sierra Mist with a new lemon-lime soda called Starry. The new product is already on shelves in its regular and Zero Sugar versions. This is the company’s move to try to compete with Coca-Cola’s lemon-lime soda Sprite, which captured a 7% share of the American Soda Market, while Sierra only held about 0.1%.

    TikToker, Tabitha Brown, Launches New Vegan Line with Target

    Last week, Target Corporation announced an ongoing partnership with author, actress, and social media phenomenon Tabitha Brown. The launch also includes four limited-time-only collections that will launch over the next year. Tabitha Brown, who is recognized for her daily dose of encouragement, teams up with Target to deliver positive well-being to guests through her vibrant and inspiring style. The collections include categories across apparel, swim, accessories, home and office, food and kitchenware, entertaining and more. Starting Sunday, January 8th, Target guests are able to shop the first collection of more than 75 apparel, swim, and accessories items — with most items being under $30 — on Target.com and in most Target stores while supplies last.

    Global Food Prices Hit All-Time High in 2022

    Last year, global food prices hit a record high, leading many nations to starve. Food prices began to rise last year due to increased inflation brought on by limited resources. Factors that contributed to limited resources include the Russo-Ukrainian War as well as global-warming-induced drought.

    FIFA Investigates How Celebrity Chef Salt Bae Got Into World Cup Final

    On December 18, Argentina triumphed over France during the World Cup final and reveled in an exciting victory. But while people took to the streets to celebrate, something else was afoot in the winner’s circle at the tournament. Nusret Gökçe, a celebrity chef who became an internet meme and was dubbed “Salt Bae” back in 2017, gained “undue access” during the World Cup championship final, granting him access to the players and the trophy.

    Hey! Are you enjoying NYCTastemakers? Make sure to join our mailing list for NYCTM and never miss the chance to read all of our articles!