There is waiting time involved, so start this before the rest of your morning routine.
- roast garlic
- start the oven preheating at 375
- take a whole head of garlic (or a few) and chop the tip(s) off; you should be able to see inside every clove
- stick it in an oven-safe dish or bowl (smaller is better)
- cover the exposed top with olive oil
- let the oil soak in and put some more on
- cover the dish (I used foil) and stick it in the oven
- go shower, dress, do the dishes, whatever
- 45 minutes or so later, your house smells like garlic and you're maybe feeling the hunger a little; take the dish out and uncover it so it can cool off while you do the rest
- cut up an onion and fry that shit up
- when the onion is about done (translucent to brown, depending on taste),
- put some cheddar on and don't be stingy
- squeeze all the squishy garlic innards out into the pan. All of them. .
- apply 3 or 4 eggs or equivalent and do the omelet thing
I cannot overemphasize the importance of there being a fuckton of garlic. If you feel a little hazy afterward, like maybe you're not sure if you accidentally used whiskey instead of garlic, and you want to lie down for a while and try to remember if that's what you did, that is about where you want to be.
I'm doing it again for dinner, but with kale.