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This collage is a screenshot from PicsArt. On a good day I start dinner before making breakfast, so my new Oxo Salad Chopping Set was already out on the counter when I decided to make an omelette. Having gone nuts over chopped salads of late I wondered if anyone had tried using the Oxo bowl to make a Chopped Omelette.
Pictured from top to bottom are the raw ingedients in the OXO bowl with the chopper, then cooking in a skillet, and finally on a plate ready to eat. I chopped cheddar cheese, turkey, tomato, and a couple Malabar Spinach leaves from my AeroGarden planter and then cut in a dab of sweet onion salad dressing (couldn't find the mayo), and the eggs.
This is a TypePad blog, so I sent the college to this post directly from my Android smart phone's Gallery, using the new Newton email app. Newton is a subscription app based on CloudMagic which used to be free. A lot of people are very angry at Newton for not being free any more, but my own view is that Cloudmagic was too good to remain free for long and now rebranded as Newton it is even better. But that may be because I am an avid OneNote user and one of Newton's new features is that you can save all or part of an email, attachments included, to OneNote. That and being notified when a recipient has read an email I sent make me willing to pay 14 cents a day for a Newton subscription. I just hope they get their planned Windows 10 cloud version up and running soon.