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Wild Mushroom Omelet  With Arugula and Chèvre

This quick, satisfying meal can be made with or without pancetta (unsmoked bacon). As alternatives to arugula, try baby spinach or watercress. For more fresh flavor, add chopped fresh herbs, like chives or marjoram, to the egg mixture.
omelet with grilled mushrooms
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Photography by: Terry Brennan; Food Styling: Betsy Nelson

Karen
Karen Olson

Karen Olson is a Minneapolis-based writer and editor.

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