So I asked for egg suggestions like a week and a half ago and then I never told anyone what happened. And what happened was that I made quiche. Which makes Taryn's the winning suggestion, I guess. ;) But I still have eggs left, so omelets or dashimaki may still be in the works. I haven't decided.
But anyway, I kind of looked up quiche in my Fanny Farmer (my favorite basic cookbook) and then winged it from there, but here's what I basically did:
Even though I've actually made pie shells before that didn't entirely suck, this time I just bought some frozen ones.
Most of the Fannie Farmer quiches seem to consist of filling on the bottom, cheese in the middle, and egg-and-cream mix on top (which actually seeps down through all the other layers). So I put in some leftover mushrooms and broccoli and covered them with a ton of cheddar and smoked gouda. Then I mixed together about 2 cups of half-and-half with four eggs (all the Fannie Farmer quiches called for 4 eggs) and some salt, pepper, and chipotle powder and poured it over the top.
Then I cooked it all for 15 minutes at 425 degrees and then turned down the oven to 350 and baked for 30 minutes more.
It turned out pretty well, but I could have totally put more spices in the egg-and-cream stuff. If I try the dashimaki I'll tell everyone how that goes.