what to do with soggy tomatoes

an interlude before beginning my kind diet journey...
what do you do with soggy tomatoes?
don't throw them away...
cook with them,
or make them half a meal ;)

Tomatoes and Eggs
(like am omellette, but Greek-Style)

1- cut up your soggy tomatoes and throw them in your wok or frying pan with extra virgin olive oil!

2- adjust egg amount to however many people will be consuming the delish-dish. i use a lot because sometimes i make a sandwich the next morning for myself.

don't you love my plates? on sale at century 21 back in 2005- when we got married!

3- shake whatever you think appropriate into the eggs. a pinch of salt, pepper, oregano and garlic powder for me.
add to your tastes.

4- my favorite part- beat the eggs into submission.

5- they should look something like this when you're done

6- if it's too juicy, get rid of some fluid. if not, throw in the eggs!
it's a party in there!

7- flip flop the eggs and tomatoes until it looks like most moisture has been absorbed.
LML likes the final product piece-y but an omelette-like way is good, too!

it's all the same when it's taking up residency in your stomach...right?

what's the weirdest thing you put in an omellette?

love me,
the globetrotting gamine


  1. Lovely blog and I do think you have the most interesting life. Following you now from the blog hop. How do I get updates in my inbox?

  2. Good idea!! I may just let one get mushy to try it lol, that looks good!

    I'm a new follower from Social Parade. :)

  3. I am following your blog from Social Parade! Greatly appreciate the follow back.


  4. I was watching the TV show Castle one night and he put choloate in his omlette, but I can't imagine that being good...

    Myself, I've mixed the eggs with powdered spirulina to make them green. But that's as weird as I've gotten.

  5. I am doing this ‘Follow Friday 40′ that I saw over at Design It Chic's blog and I am now following you! This is such a cool idea isn’t it?! Love your blog by the way - that omelette looks absolutely mouth-wateringly divine!

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  7. I used to make eggs exactly like those when my bf and I lived together - before we went long distance.
    Isn't it great using all the leftover food from your fridge to make Saturday morning eggs? :)

    Found your blog through Boost my blog Friday and I'm happy I did. I am following you now.

  8. This looks great. I'm definitely trying it. Thanks for dropping by and following. I'm following you back now :)

    Meara at Not Twenty-Seven Yet


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