Posts Tagged ‘frittata’

Fantastic Frittata

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Spring is most definitely upon us now, and the braver souls among us are already dining al fresco for dinner, lunch and even brunch. And for those hosting brunches at home, one of the best things to serve your guests is a beautiful, savoury and delicious frittata. Continue »



Yom Kippur: Of Baseball and Breakfast

 

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In 1965, Sandy Koufax refused to pitch in Game One of the World Series because it was Yom Kippur, a Jewish holy day. Instead of Koufax, Don Drysdale pitched for the Los Angeles Dodgers, and he gave up seven runs in 2 2/3 innings. “I bet right now you wish I was Jewish, too,” Drysdale said to Walter Alston when the manager came to pull him from the game. The Dodgers lost to the Minnesota Twins, 8-2.- Jeff Merron, ESPN Continue »



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The frittata was invented for people who are intimidated by omelettes. It is essentially a baked omelette, a luxury vehicle to drive veggies into your breakfast reportoire. Forget bacon and eggs, try a frittata. It allows you much more creativity and in the end it’s better for you. Continue »