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  • noun Plural form of omelet.

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Examples

  • Instead, she's the relatively sane member of a squad that leans too heavily on eccentricities: a ex-baseball player partner (Jeremy Renner) who puts pretzels in omelets; a detective (Lost's Harold Perrineau) with an unnatural fear of death; and another (Adam Goldberg) with an unnatural desire to die.

    'Southland,' 'The Unusuals' don't make their case

  • But it's great in omelets, smothered in sandwiches, with chips and salsa or just by the spoonful (just kidding, but hey if that's your preference, no judgement here).

    Veggie Cream Cheese

  • But it's great in omelets, smothered in sandwiches, with chips and salsa or just by the spoonful (just kidding, but hey if that's your preference, no judgement here).

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Come summer, I know I'm going to use it a lot in omelets, pasta, pizzas and salads!

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • I made a couple of changes to the recipe, since I didn't have any nutritional yeast I left that out, I added green peppers (because I love green peppers in omelets), and lastly I used Black Salt, a spice that I found last week at Jungle Jims, in the Indian food section.

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • I love it as an alternate to cilantro, and especially use it in omelets, quesadillos, and bean dishes.

    Epazote

  • The tiny, tender ones can go in omelets or salads or be used as garnish.

    Chaya, the Maya miracle plant

  • The tiny, tender ones can go in omelets or salads or be used as garnish.

    Chaya, the Maya miracle plant

  • The tiny, tender ones can go in omelets or salads or be used as garnish.

    Chaya, the Maya miracle plant

  • My omelets are the same way -- a gloopy mess -- with soggy vegetables.

    ScrippsNews

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