I decided to do something simple while I listened to the Giants game (!!) and cooked last night: frittata. So many possibilities! I used eggs, beet greens, and rainbow chard from Quivira to make this simple frittata. I also added a bit of Black Pig Meat Co bacon, because it's delicious, and topped it with cheese. I ate part of the frittata for dinner and saved the rest for today's bento. On top of the slices of frittata are a few nori flowers. There are slices of carrot and a sprig of parsley from Quivira as well. That parsley tastes AMAZING! I think I'll have to make some tabbouleh or salsa verde to really highlight its amazing flavor. There's a rice ball, a radish from Ridgeview Farms, grapes from De'Santis, pepper slices from The Patch, and an oak leaf shaped slice of pepperjack cheese.
It was nice to have this protein packed little bento so I can be fueled up for election night coverage. If there's still time where you live, GO VOTE!
Love the autumn feel of this bento with the seems like falling leaves and flowers!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much Kids Dream Work! The oak shaped cheese cut out is nice, I plan on using it a lot this fall. :)ReplyDelete
Said it before and I'll say it again: you are SO lucky!! Reaping the rewards of living in the fertile and delicious Sonoma county. Wonderful of you to share your foodieventures too.... I REALLY want to get up there now. VERY VERY soooooon.....ReplyDelete
sheri: TOTALLY! I'll give you a tour. :)ReplyDelete
Hey, congratulations on the Food Ninja status award too! :DReplyDelete
I haven't had a frittata in a long time, your making me really hungry!!!ReplyDelete
Thanks Kids Dream Work! Ohayobento: you should make a frittata, they are so easy!ReplyDelete
Awesomely flavorful frittata FTW! And an edible celebration of the fall season...ReplyDelete
Thanks bentobird! I am finally in the fall mood. :)ReplyDelete