It's just over 40 pages of recipes for all kinds of omelets plus pages of frittatas
You can get it here, and you'll get to choose from four formats: PDF, Microsoft Word, HTML, or Kindle.
Here's what Dennis Weaver, the cookbook's author, says:
The difference between a frittata and an omelet is that the ingredients in the frittata are mixed into the eggs instead of folded into an omelet. Usually a frittata is started on the stovetop and then baked in the skillet in the oven. They are sometimes called flat omelets or farmers’ omelets. They are larger and cut into slices to serve.
This is not your ordinary e-Book! It has 31 different scrumptious omelet recipes. Omelets you won’t find anywhere else plus more than $30 in recipe books. Plus it tells you how to make them and gives video instructions. Start making omelets like a pro. You can
eat them for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
The last time we visited my son and his family in Minnesota, we stopped at Keys Café in Saint Paul where I had “The Loon Omelet” which personifies how versatile an omelet can be. The Loon Omelet is made with wild rice, mushrooms, onions, tomatoes, Swiss cheese, turkey, and topped with a hot mushroom sauce.
You can even make a party out of omelets, or host the next family gathering with an omelet bar. You’ll learn how here.
Omelets are easy, you can make one in as little as five minutes. You can make American omelets, Italian omelets, puffy omelets, and Irish omelets; even an omelet casserole.
Breakfast at your house will never be the same.