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Thierry Rautureau Cooks the Perfect Omelettes

Mar 8, 2012, 5:16 PM | Updated: Apr 19, 2012, 11:30 am

Our very own resident chef, Thierry Rautureau (co-host of ‘Seattle Kitchen’ on the all-new 97.3 KIRO FM weekends Saturday at 8am and Sunday at 3pm), stopped by KCTS-9!

Thierry color headshot

The Chef in the Hat offered a live mushroom and salmon omelette demonstration.

Some takeaways from the demo:

-Cook your omelette with butter!
-Caramelize your onions with butter!
-Your breakfasts should be cooked with butter!

Here’s the link to the video (if you’re not hungry now, you will be when you’re done watching).

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