A couple of weeks ago, I mentioned in this post that I would publish a recipe for a Savory Ham Cheese and Olive Cake. I completely forgot and realized yesterday that this recipe was still in draft mode. Ack! So here it is…
It’s Friday! E and M will be visiting us this weekend. Kimi has already planned the weekend out so it’ll be lots of family time. I can’t wait to see my nieces! 🙂 We are celebrating K’s 2nd birthday so it should be lots of fun!
I love making frittatas. It’s one of those dishes you can throw in whatever you have on hand. And you can feed as little or as many people as you need. Not only is it versatile, it’s quick and easy to make. Chris and I didn’t have our first meal of the day until almost noon yesterday so this was the perfect brunch to start our day. I served it with some hash browns and a glass of juice. You can also add a side of fruit or salad if you desire.
We recently have three new families that just moved in to our neighborhood this past couple of months. So baking a batch of something was in order. I had some ham and fresh thyme in the fridge that I wanted to use up. Out came this bread. Savory bread always needs some sort of cheese so my choice of cheese for this was Parmesan. Chris and I sampled this for dinner last night and it was definitely worthy of giving away as a “welcome to the neighborhood” treat to one of the families. Bake some for your neighbor today and save a couple of pieces for yourself!