Category: Spinach

Sauteed Winter Greens

Source:  Mom;  cir. forever! For the love of greens Sauteed winter greens: One of my greatest memories from childhood included sauteed spinach and mushrooms. The only sauteed greens we ever had growing up, it settled well in my mind as a well deserving dish. Consequently, the mushrooms might have made this dish a top contender …

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Spinach Quiche

Source: Mom cir. 1980’s The rebirth of the spinach quiche is long overdue. It’s such a fantastic option during warm summer months, or really during any time of year when you want do serve a light, wholesome meal. I grew up with spinach quiche. These were the “real men do eat quiche’ days. My mom would …

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Frittata

Frittata served on plate

Source:  Nonni cir. 1970’s Frittata was a staple food for me growing up. My mom would always manage a frittata, often throwing in left-overs from the night before, and minutes later producing a bit of wonderful. But just in case you’ve never heard of a frittata nor tasted one, let me clarify exactly what it …

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