Frittatas

Quick Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner for One: Vegetable Frittata

Quick Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner for One: Vegetable Frittata

Whether you need a quick lunch, dinner, or even breakfast, this vegetable frittata is a satisfying and versatile way to satisfy your hunger.

Asparagus Frittata: An All-Star Breakfast Dish

Asparagus Frittata: An All-Star Breakfast Dish

This asparagus frittata is a make-ahead brunch dish that's perfect for the family or a table full of guests.

The Anything Frittata —Easy, Fun & Filled with Everything!

The Anything Frittata —Easy, Fun & Filled with Everything!

Anything Goes with The Anything Frittata. Okay, it’s true that a lot of things do go with this amazingly satisfying, super-easy skillet of an egg dish — a simple green salad, a nice loaf of French or Italian bread, maybe even a side of ...more

How to Keep Eggs Fresh: Smart Storage

How to Keep Eggs Fresh: Smart Storage

Most eggs you buy are remarkably fresh. Seriously. Often eggs in the supermarket are a few days old at most. That said, once eggs have been refrigerated, they must stay refrigerated.   What? The very idea of not refrigerating eggs never ...more

MyPlate Meals: Healthy Asparagus Frittata

MyPlate Meals: Healthy Asparagus Frittata

When your regular dinner rotation makes you sigh with boredom, a healthy frittata can be the perfect antidote to the suppertime doldrums. Eggs for dinner? Yes! They’re easy, inexpensive and extremely versatile — and they’re ...more

Eggs for Dinner: 7 Recipes to Scramble Your Expectations

Eggs for Dinner: 7 Recipes to Scramble Your Expectations

Serving eggs for dinner can be a surprisingly exciting experience. Despite being the go-to choice for breakfast, eggs are often overlooked as a dinner main, so making them in the evening can seem many things. Eggs for dinner is a bit European, ...more

Vegetables for Breakfast: A Healthy Way to Start the Day

Vegetables for Breakfast: A Healthy Way to Start the Day

Okay, folks. We all know when it comes to vegetables, the goal is at least five servings a day, right? It’s been drummed into our heads for years. And yet the typical American is still consuming only about two servings per day, on ...more

Frittata: 30-Minute Meal

Frittata: 30-Minute Meal

What’s the difference between an omelet and a frittata, you ask? They both have lightly beaten eggs and are filled with veggies, meats, and cheeses (or not), and are sensational for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Oh, and they’re fast! ...more

Buying Eggs: Supermarket Savvy

Buying Eggs: Supermarket Savvy

I’ve always been willing to shell out more to buy eggs with pretty brown shells, especially if they’re labeled “natural” or “cage-free,” under the vague assumption that they were … um … lovingly hand-gathered from cozy ...more

Eggs: Know Your Label Lingo

Eggs: Know Your Label Lingo

How to buy eggs, when your choices involve not only size but grade, color, conventional or organic, and animal-treatment issues? Here, a guide to cracking the code, with information from the United Stated Department of Agriculture and the ...more

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