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August 03, 2007

Summer Weekend Recipes

By Aaron

Here are two recipes that will treat you right this summer weekend. Enjoy a perfect, mouth-watering mix of watermelon, heirloom tomatoes and feta cheese (trust us it’s delicious) while picnicking this Saturday. Then wake up late to a delectable summer brunch of vegetable and cheese frittata.

It looks like it is going to be a good weekend!

Heirloom Tomato and Watermelon Salad

Organic Harvest Frittata

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9 years 2 months ago

“Frittata” is just such a wonderful word!
BILL: What are you doing, Bob?”
BOB: Just doing some FRITTATA!
BILL: That’s a nice FRITATA! man.
BOB: You want some of my FRITTATA!?
BILL: Nah, I got my own FRITTATA! with peanuts.

9 years 2 months ago

Frittata just kind of sounds snobby to me.
“Sorry darling, but that’s m-y-y-y-y frittata. Looking at this food has made me very hungry.
I think I’ll try the heirloom tomato and watermelon salad.
(In the voice of Homer Simpson)
mmmmmm…Heirloom tomato salad and watermelon salad.

Walter Pittman
Walter Pittman
9 years 2 months ago
Sounds like a tasty diet, but whenever I eat more than 300-400 calories of fat a day, I GAIN weight. I’m a guy, but I’ll bet there are women for whom this is true also. I eat low fat but with almost no junk carbs, and I’m 8-9% body fat (and fairly muscular). Frankly, I’d worry about all the animal fat you’re eating. Not because of the saturated fat, but because of the dioxins, PCB’s and other organochlorine poisons that they contain. We’ve screwed our environment so badly that our ocean fish are contaminated with mercury and our land animals… Read more »
9 years 2 months ago

I bought some of those heirloom tomatoes over the weekend and made a salad. Those things are hardcore!