Just got back from seeing "100 Foot Journey" in which Helen Mirren
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
is the proprietor of a one Michelin-star restaurant in the French countryside. She feuds with an Indian family who sets up "Maison Mumbai" across the street, a clash of cultures and a love story ensue, yada yada. But in a key scene the Indian chef auditions for a spot in the French kitchen by making an omelet with Indian seasonings. I think it was overcooked (the omelet was browned on the outside) but that may be debatable.
I made my first key lime pie yesterday. I intended to use a recipe from the King Arthur Flour website but when I consulted some CT members in the general Baking and Pastry forum, I was persuaded to abandon KAF's overly-milky recipe and use @foodnfoto 's tried-and-true formula: four egg yolks, one 14 ounce can of sweetened condensed milk, 1/3 cup key lime juice. The filling was just right. The crust I made from the KAF recipe (used pretzel crumbs instead of graham crackers), and I won't use it again. Just not what your mouth expects with that pie. However, I didn't bring home any leftovers from the dinner party.