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Ham and Cheese Mini-Frittatas; Blogging for Bri — 12 Comments

  1. My problem is not so much giving them away (my cousins and I trade and the ones they don’t want I give to my local library) as not buying them in the first place! Even authors whose work I know I no longer enjoy – still call to me! And my OCD side comes to the fore in that once begun, I simply _must_ finish, even if the book stinks!

  2. I generally depend on the library but nowadays they are sluggish about adding earlier books of the author (or even the later ones, as the case may be). And I’m the sort who has a hard time waiting if I take a shine to an author. Needless to say, the minute I capitulate and buy all the books I don’t possess, they magically appear in the library on my next visit.

  3. Katie, those fritatas look really yummy.
    Talking about strawberry salad, any other lettuce will be good as well, I used iceberg because I had already one in the fridge.

  4. In alphabetical order . . . impressive. I’m having some similar problems getting rid of things. It’s just hard but each time I go back I find something to move out so maybe one day I’ll get there – clutter free, or not.
    Frittatas look delish!

  5. Frittatas…yum!
    Sorry about your book dilemma. I know it well, and still don’t have a solution to it.
    Heidi

  6. The Frittatas look delicious…. As for the books the reason I don’t throw them out is they all become friends once in the process of reading them. And one can never have too many friends, right??

  7. Zoomie, I’m the same: I but in hopes that they are, once again, good… then I can’t get rid of them. And I always finish… Well, almost, but if I don’t I feel guilty.
    Sra, I used to be an avid library person… but I have succumbed to the desire to own. Foolish woman!
    Margot, I ‘heart’ strawberry salads.
    Tanna, I’m trying to use this move as incentive….Not working!
    Heidi, if you figure it out….
    Pat, I really did not need to hear that!

  8. Definitely going to try the frittatas! I tend to keep way more books than I should…but I’ve gotten better about it since having kids–I’m a pack rat who can’t stand clutter! I’m a mess!

  9. I crave those fritattas. And I have books that date back to high school–which was some time ago! I feel guilty getting rid of them.

  10. Sounds delicious! I just love the community here in the food blogosphere! Hope you are having a great summer Katie and I am sorry to have been MIA for a while – I just don’t know what has happened to all the time I used to have! 😉
    Glad to see you are well and spunky as usual!

  11. Lara, that’s me, too. I want it gone but can’t bear to part with it!
    Kevin, one can’t go wrong with the classic combo’s.
    Sher, so do I… grade school, actually. Sigh….
    JennDZ, time is ephemeral…and fleeting. If you figure out where it hides, please let me know!