I'll admit I'm a dreadful omelette cooker: I usually burn the bottoms, or get so impatient I just ram the whole pan into the oven and cook it that way. This Nordic Ware Rolled Omelette Pan makes it look a breeze though, with the divider letting you full the eggs with veggies (and cheese! Glorious cheese!), so you can roll with ease. It's $US40. [Williams-Sonoma via Uncrate]
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