This generously sized omelette is designed to feed a crowd. Keep in mind that a large omelette will take longer to cook than a standard-size one. To prevent the eggs from overbrowning, stir them continuously with a silicone spatula until they resemble a soft, loose scramble. Shake the pan so the eggs cover the bottom evenly, then place the filling on half of the eggs. Remove the pan from the heat and slide the filled side of the omelette onto a platter, using the pan to help fold the unfilled side onto the filled side. Kids can help with several steps of the cooking process. They can break the eggs, cracking each one into a small bowl and removing any shells before transferring the eggs to a larger bowl. Then they can whisk the eggs with the water. Children can grate the cheese and, after an adult fries the bacon, crumble it with their hands. Under adult supervision, kids can stir the eggs as they cook.
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