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June 17, 2008


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I am making this right now! Had no feta so i'm using cheddar. Had no bacon bits so i'm using ham. Added mushrooms because I love them! Mmmmmm



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Those are super cute. I like you on Facebook.


That looks sooooo delicious! Just stopped by from a link on Aqeela's House. You are right - the colors are fabulous and make a wonderful photo.


Wow, la frittata di pasta, an old and traditional recipe here in Italy, revisited by you in a very creative way.
I like your blog. :D


What a fab photo - i bet you already know that i love that blackboard! x


That looks yummy!


Gorgeous photos. Thanks so much for the recipe; I am going to give it a go. Please do blog the rest of the weeks recipes with photos. Yummy. Kathy


That's my menus planned for the next week! Can we have more weekly menus up on the board please?!!! I love the analogy with the locust family!


Mmmmm guess what we're having for dinner tonight?! lol. Am going to try this recipe of yours. My two love pasta, cheese & cherry tomatoes, so they should love this.


Forgot to say: PLEASE post the butternut squash risotto! Sounds fab!


Beautiful! And I love frittatas but have never ever added pasta before. Genius!


I love frittata! Your photos look wonderful, the food looks so yummy! I do try to plan our meals but can never quite manage a whole week!


Never made fritata! Gonna have a go now though!


I'm trying this one out asap, looks divine!
Thanks for the tips.
Julia x


am on my way now to tesco to purchase feta..have been inspired Lucy, thanks! We always have the same 'what shall we eat tonight' crisis in this household too. You have saved us!!

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