On Wednesday I mentioned on my Facebook page that I have family here visiting from the east coast and as I type I’m looking out over the St. Helena mountains from Calistoga. Chico has been a heat and smoke basin, thanks to the multiple fires that have been burning in northern CA so to get some reprieve from the nastiness, we snuck off to wine
Sometimes the simplest of recipes are the best crowd pleasers and this frittata was a home run in our house! Rowan, Jaden, and Coby all voted this “The Best Frittata Ever” so therefore, I must share it with all of you. It’s way too easy by the way, so no need to even fully wake up before you read and make this meal.
When in doubt, keep it simple! Following this one little suggestion has helped me tremendously in the kitchen and John used this simplistic approach over the weekend to whip up a delicious dip. We picked up a box of strawberries from the farmers market this weekend and the yummy berries were the vessel of inspiration for my husband’s simple yet fabulous creation.
My family has been on a frittata kick over the last couple of days; they are so easy, fun and delicious as well as a great way to add some variety to the standard eggs. I also have a scrumptious frittata recipe in my book but I have to say that I love these two new creations just as much as our old standby.
As a general rule, our family does not eat out during the week. Establishing this family “rule” has helped in many ways. We save money, we spend more time together at the table than time at a busy restaurant waiting for a table, and we eat healthier. On the weekends we will sometimes eat out once or twice and we have found a couple of
I have had a few people comment about breakfast options that do not include eggs. I know some folks never get tired of eating eggs, I being one, but I do think it’s important to have a lot of variety in our paleo diets. With that being said, here are some suggestions to scramble things up at breakfast time, sans the eggs.