I pulled out 32D Goad: EGGON because this morning I made two single-pan egg sandwiches. I had two pans going. One sandwich was for me, and one sandwich was for Calah.
2 slices sourdough bread
2 leaves romaine lettuce
4 slices tomato
9 slices part of a bell pepper
? mozzarella cheese
? butter for the pan
Pre-heat pan to egg-cooking temperature. Add butter when pan reaches temperature.
Scramble two eggs.
Pour scrambled eggs into pan and put slices of bread into pan with rounded parts toward the edge of the pan so the bottom parts of each slice face one another.
When the egg is cooked, flip the contents of the pan over so the scrambled egg is open to the air and the bread is hidden.
Add cheese and wait for it to melt.
When cheese is melted, add produce.
Fold the omelet over.
There will be pics in the future.
9A *One of two extremes in a saying: FEAST.
20A *Description of a glass, maybe: HALFFULL.
38A *Word in a classic Tolstoy title: PEACE.
62A *Certain forecast: SHINE.
54A One who identifies with the answers to the starred Across clues: OPTIMIST.
4D *Description of a glass, maybe: HALFEMPTY.
9D *One of two extremes in a saying: FAMINE.
35D *Word in a classic Tolstoy title: WAR.
53D *Certain forecast: RAIN.
36D One who identifies with the answers to the starred Down clues: PESSIMIST.
FEAST or FAMINE
HALF FULL or HALF EMPTY
WAR and PEACE
RAINE OR SHINE
Finished this one in 12:36.