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Do you blame the cook or the chicken when you don't like the taste of an omelet at a restaurant?
You blame the chicken of coarse, because you don;t have to worry about the little feathered friend spitting on your food.
I don't order omelets. This is my answer. Hubpages is telling me it's too short, so I am typing more words. Let's see if this works.
I would blame the cook because all eggs taste alike to me. I don't think I've ever gotten a bad omelet at a restaurant.
I would lay the blame on the cook but it be just the flavor profile or the way it was put together either way most places would just offer a new order or a discount
You can tell it's a bad egg even before you make the omelet. The cook is responsible for the flavor once it's cooked. I haven't ever had a bad omelet in a restaurant and I've ordered quite a few at many different restaurants.
I don't care if it is well cooked and not over cooked. I think the most easy thing in this world is to make omelet.
Costumers must specify to the cooks what kind of omelet they want and what doneness , no salt or low salt , lactose free (sometimes they put milk on eggs to make it fluffy) etc.So all will be happy . I know because im a cook .
The restaurant , that serves this dish ..which is taste-less or..not up to mark !
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