Sunday, February 7, 2010


I've got 3 things to post today. Above is a creation my partner, Peter, made from stuff, stuff leftover and in the pantry and fridge. We enjoy having breakfast for lunch and sometimes for dinner. What we had leftover was a bit of a mushroom mix I had used for making buckwheat ravioli several days ago. The other things he threw into this frittata were eggs, cheese, onion and a package of ramen noodles (without the flavor packet). The bacon is applewood smoked.

A little time on the stovetop until the bottom of the frittata set and then a finish under the broiler for 3 or 4 minutes. It was delicious.

My didactic self continues to offer the instruction that one should make a list of "stuff" and what you can do to combine them and not end up throwing them out. A fritatta can be occupied by so many things. It's the perfect vehicle for lots of leftovers. Send me your ideas.

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