Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Edible? Yes!

For Thematic Photographic 324*,  Carmi wants us to post for an 'Edible' theme.

Here is the frittata I made for dinner last night. 
It has capsicum, potatoes, red onion, garlic and zucchini in it, and Parmesan on top:



Sorry about the dishbrush which is visible in the picture - the pan was cooling on the benchtop!

Visit Written.Inc for other edibles...


* (I know, I've missed a few. More than a few.)

17 comments:

  1. Never met a frittata that I did not enjoy. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Me neither, Doug! Very easy, and useful for using up bits and pieces :)

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  2. Never made a Frittata - but yours looks absolutely gorgeous!

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    1. I love them, Gilly - see my comment to Doug, above!

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  3. Just an added touch to this scrumptious meal, that I so wish you'd invited me to try too! If only there weren't so many miles between your dinner table and mine! Hehehe!

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    1. You'd have to be quick, Karen - that disappeared pretty quickly!

      Blogger won't let me comment on your post, but I love the dog with the bone - and I hope that cake tasted as beautiful as it looks :)

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  4. OH!! YUM!! i sure picked the wrong day to catch up on some blog reading. my tummy was growling before i sat down. first stop was 21 wits/karen...then thunder...and now here!!
    your edible looks so very yummy....and now i must go rummage through the fridge!! :)

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    1. Thanks - Hope your fridge rummage provided some edible results!

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  5. I adore frittata and make it often. Yours has told me what dinner is tonight...

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    1. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did, EC!

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  6. Looks wonderful and give me a great idea for tomorrow's noon meal! Thanks Alexia.

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  7. Frittata is a new dish to me, but if it tastes as good as it looks then I can only say, 'Just a small piece please.'

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