recipe (for disaster?): pizza scramble (nee found-object omelette)

Ingredients:
6 eggs
2 tablespoons butter
1/4 cup mozzarella (approx.)
1/4 cup chopped pepperoni (approx.)
1 Johnsonville sausage (jalapeno and cheese = my favorite)
1 medium-sized green pepper
large dollop of optimism

Serves 2 hungry people, or 1 hungry person for lunch and dinner

Slice up green pepper into manageable pieces (less than 1 inch squares). Microwave sausage, then realize this has made it easier to slice; slice it anyway. Slice mozzarella into (attempted) small cubes.

Mix together 4 eggs. Add 2 tablespoons butter. Realize this doesn’t mix well. Upgrade from fork to wisk to hand mixer. Panic. Add 2 additional eggs to account for large number of ingredients.

Pour mix into pan. Realize it will not make omelette as intended. Panic . Decide to serve it as a pizza scramble, sort of like a western scramble, but not. Break up dish a la scrambled eggs. Work hard at scraping to keep it from sticking to pan.

When it looks done, place on plate. Consume. Enjoy.

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