I've watched a few episodes of Selena and Chef on Crave, and it's a pretty fun show. The premise if you haven't seen it is that professional chefs teach a non chef how to cook - over video chat. Truly a made for a pandemic tv show.
I've had a couple of favorite episodes, but the episode with Chef Ludo Lefebvre was the top for me, because now I know how to make a real omelette.
When I was a kid my mom had one of those omelette pans that was 2 separate sides and hinged in the middle. I don't think it really gave her the results she wanted, because I don't remember her using it a ton, but I do remember not being very excited about omelette breakfasts because the outside of the omelettes were always browned, and I HATE eggs that are cooked so long they brown. Hate hate hate. And because of that I never made them at home or ordered them at restaurants.
But! The recipe he showed Selena cooked quickly and didn't brown and I was so interested to try it, so I did, the very next morning.
You guys, making an omelette is so easy. So easy!!!!! I made 3 practically perfect omelettes in almost no time at all.
My favorite part might have been the filling - boursin cheese, which we happened to have in the fridge, yay, a cheese that the chef called something like "the velveeta of France."
I've made them a few times now and they turn out lovely every time.
If you've never tried to make one before you should!