Friday, September 16, 2011


Mott showed up at my door this morning with a bag of groceries from the farmers market. Neither of us really knew how to make a frittata but we figured it out, and this turned out great.
He sautéed some sausage and bacon from Flying Pigs Farm. Saving some of the grease he cooked up some spinach and leeks then added six eggs and container of Benecalorie which is a supplement that adds calories to food. We finished it off with some cheddar and parmesan cheese grated on top. We cooked it on the stove top for six or seven minutes but it was still runny. After one or two minutes under the broiler, the top browned and the sides puffed up and curled away from the pan. It looked great and tasted even better.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Dave, This looks fab! Mary Beth told me about your blog so I had to take a look. I always giggle thinking about you and John hanging around in the living room at our house on hot summer days (at least that is the way I remember it) with the Trivial Pursuit cards. No game board, no pieces, just quizzing each other on the questions and talking trash. Ah, youth!

    -- Blandy (Fisher) Costello