Chef Matt Ginn from Evo and the Chebeague Island Inn shares his recipe for an easy, delicious omelette using some unconventional greens.

If cooking isn't your thing, both Evo and the Chebeague Island Inn will be running Mother's Day Specials this weekend.

Ramp Omelette

2 eggs and 1 tablespoon of cream for each omelette

10 ramps
Parmesan cheese
Olive oil
1 lemon
Fresh black pepper

For the omelette:
Whisk your eggs and cream together in a mixing bowl, and add a pinch of salt.
In a buttered non-stick pan, on low to medium-low heat; add the egg
and cream mixture. Never do more than 1 omelette per pan.
Cook the eggs gently until they set, avoid browning the eggs, and
remove from heat.
-Pro-tip: pre heat an oven to a low 275-300F and if your eggs are
still a bit runny, put it in the oven for a minute or two.

Ramp pistou:
In a mortar and pestle (or food processor) crush the ramps, olive oil
and 1 teaspoon of salt together. Zest one lemon, and crack some black
pepper into the mixture. Once the mixture is homogenous grate a
tablespoon of parmesan into the pistou.

To assemble:
Spread a tablespoon or two of the ramp pistou into your cooked eggs,
then fold the egg over. Serve with your favorite toast and a side