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Fritata

This Fritata is one of my evolving recipes :) It always contains Greek Yoghurt and many eggs, but the other ingredients come and go, depending on availability and mood :)

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This week, I started with a whole heap of roasted kent pumpkin and orange sweet potato. Chopped up small, and roasted in an olive oil and tamari coating. I find the soy sauce/tamari brings out the sweetness of the orange vegetables.

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Next, I sauteed a leek with a heap of butter and crushed garlic. This made the house smell awesome!

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Once the leek was all soft, I put the heat down to 1, and added a bag of baby spinach leaves. I folded them in, letting them wilt. I turned of the heat, and popped the lid on the pan, letting them wilt and garlic up while I assembled the wet ingredients.

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In the end, I ended up using 11 eggs, but this is something I play by ear. Whisk these up with a fork.

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I used the whole tub of Greek yoghurt (1 litre) but I didn’t end up using the cream, that was just there for backup in case I didn’t have enough mix for the vast amount of veges I’d cooked. But the potato and pumpkin shrank quite a lot in the cooking process.
Here, I mixed the eggs, yoghurt, and a cup of grated extra sharp cheese. Then mixed through the veges, and the spinach/leek mix.

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Then I poured it into a large pyrex dish, and decorated with sliced cherry tomatoes. It was in the oven at 160 for about an hour.

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And it was noms. Especially with home made herb and garlic buttered bread :)

[please forgive my photo quality! I’m using an old iphone 3G until my new android arrives for my birthday!]

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Eggs
Image via BPheonix on Flickr

I’ve long not been a fan of eggs. They smell like eggs, they’re goopy, and I can’t get past the smell in order to eat them!

And so, I didn’t eat eggs.

Until last year, when I branched out. And ate a couple of hard boiled eggs

And then a few more.

And now I have some cooked for lunches the next two days.

Madness!

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So, I used o go to Goldberg’s on Darby Street Newcastle all the time. I have memories of playing Euchre with Rish and his parents there after a day at the beach during high school. With a mini Pochacco deck of cards.

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I was so happy with the breakfasts we got there over the weekend. A HUGE fruit salad for me, pancakes for Rish, and bacon and eggs for our visiting friend.

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We’re spoilt for choice in the hipster Mecca of Newcastle :)

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An interesting breakfast excursion, with their coffee machine not initially working very well, and them putting bacon rather than fruit on the French Toast. But yum, once it all came together.

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(the fruit that SHOULD have been on the French Toast)

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A.. “Well done”?? omelette.

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Global Atheist Convention 2012 Melbourne

The day after the Global Atheist Convention, Rish and I went with a couple of Sydneyites to The Hardware Sociéte, tucked away on Hardware St, Melbourne, for breakfast. Breakfast extended to 11:30, awesomely for a Monday, but they are very strict with that as the cut-off time.

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Rish started with an amazing mocha, basically an espresso shot, with a jug of hot chocolate. The hot chocolate itself came as a clump of chocolate in a cup, with about two cups worth of hot chocolate in the side mug. Ultra-sweet!

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My soy latte was at a perfect drinkable temperature, and awesome. Two went down quite welcomely.

Global Atheist Convention 2012 Melbourne

Rish selected one of the versions of baked eggs, with chorizo and romanasco, while Ash had the (ultra rich) baked eggs, with sausage, pesto and olives. She didn’t make it through, though you could blame it on starting with the hot chocolate!

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I ate “Le Sandwich”, while Mike had my second choice, sardines on toast

Global Atheist Convention 2012 Melbourne

Global Atheist Convention 2012 Melbourne

The Hardware Sociéte was one of those place I’d never have found without Foursquare, and the fact it was recommended by my food blogger contacts on there.

What’s the best place you’ve found via your online connections?

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