One of my all time favorite dishes to make is a frittata! I love the fact that I can substitute almost any combination of herbs, vegetables, and cheese that I have on hand and it always turns out great. Since asparagus is in season and readily available in my crisper drawer right now I decided that I had to try a variation of my frittata including our favorite springtime veggie.
You may not be new to making frittatas, but here are a few tricks that I have learned along the way that have helped me to master the art of the frittata:
I am so excited that it’s fall. Fall is absolutely my favorite time of year. And this fall is already extra special because my husband’s sister got married last week and we were all in her wedding. The wedding was at Lake George in upstate New York, where the Brozynas have been vacationing for generations. They have had a cabin there since around the 1930′s. It’s been ages since we were there in the fall—since before we had children! It was so great to be there, surrounded by so much love.
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Breakfast is one of those tricky meals. During the week, it’s hard to find any time to make a healthy, wholesome morning meal. And whether you have food intolerances or you’re just trying to stick to nourishing your body with whole foods, the drive-thru, the donut shop, or the nearest packaged snack bar just isn’t an option.
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This guest post is from Alyssa Rimmer from The Queen of Quinoa.
Can you believe that it’s already the end of May? I keep telling myself time will slow down, that we’ll have a chance to catch our breath, enjoy the sunshine and play outside as if we were kids again. But life has a funny way of playing tricks on us. We get swept away in our daily activities, wrapped up in our busy lives, not giving ourselves the opportunity to jump out of our routines and enjoy the beauty that surrounds us.
For a lot of us, spring has vanished and brought with it the glorious summer days our bodies have been craving for months. This is my favorite time of year. It means perfect weather and sun-soaked smiles, weekend outings to the beach, long bike rides on lazy Sunday afternoons, and strolling through the farmer’s market each Saturday.
I may be biased, but I think we have one of the best farmers’ markets around. It’s filled with a wide array of vendors: ethnic street food stalls (from Nepalese to Caribbean), Vermont dairy farmers and cheese makers, Vermont vineyards, locally raised meat products, gluten-free bakeries, and most importantly fresh, organic, locally grown vegetables. It’s heaven on earth.