You can’t make an omelette without breaking eggs – Robespierre (c. 1790) in relation to the French Revolution. An epigram acknowledged to Robespierre who was, amongst other things, a quirky little short man (5’2″) with a small-pocked face, and an unfaltering arrogance. Apparently.
Well, despite breaking many eggs, on many occasions, it seems I can’t make an omelette. Just a pan full of over friendly eggs, which today enveloped some cheese and mushrooms.
I’m not, however, going to stop trying, as one day I may just crack it.
That is all.