8" Natural Sand Finish, High Polish and Non-Stick French Chef Omelette Pans


Since Julia Child created the very first French Chef Omelette in The Pot Shop’s Original French Chef Omelette Pan, hundreds of thousands of people across the United States (and the world) have become “omelette-eers” and you can too!

The Pot Shop of Boston has created this blog specifically for those who have a passion for making and eating  omelettes!  We encourage our readers to share their stories and ideas about fun and festive cooking!


Bon Appetit!

  1. Jen
    June 1, 2010 at 8:50 AM

    OK – so for years I was thinking that an omelet should be folded in half and golden brown on top…I always cooked my omelets to death because I thought that it wasn’t good to be undercooked…obviously I have a lot to learn.

    I have recently seen a video of Julia Child making an omelet very quickly and there is no brown on top whatsoever…AND it’s not folded at all…just kind of shook around and then flopped over.

    Am I the only one who never understood how to make an omelet? Does anyone have tips on how to make an omelet?

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