Adam made this beautiful and delicious frittata, from the current issue of Everyday Food, tonight for supper. It is super tasty, and was pretty quick to put together. The salad is a bit of romaine with Martha's citrus vinaigrette. Super simple, quick, and delicious. A perfect dinner.
I think that 2011 will be full of good things; my 30th birthday is coming up in a couple of months, which is exciting (I'm thinking of getting a tattoo to celebrate!) and it just feels promising. I'm not one for making New Year's resolutions that I won't keep, but I am trying to approach things in a slightly different manner, most notably at work. I'm aiming for a more calm, thoughtful, and focused way of going about my days. In my job, there are always a thousand things on the go, I'm travelling here and there, and it's easy to get swept up in the chaos. This ends up with me being tensed up for most of the day, zipping from one thing to another, and rarely giving tasks the attention they need. Which inevitably results in more work later on, to catch and fix the things I missed. I'm going to give it some serious attention.
A few things around the internets I noticed today that I wanted to share.
Great seasonal veggies calendar. For free! (You can make a donation if you wish.) Perfect to proudly display in the kitchen and remind you of seasonal veggies to be gobbled up post-haste.
How to use peroxide. Tons of tips!
New favourite Etsy shop. Haven't ordered anything yet - too many choices! I especially love this one... I do have a big birthday coming up, after all.
Fantastic way to reuse tea boxes and organize ribbons at the same time!
Oh, and Pinterest! Have I mentioned it? If you love links to all sorts of fabulous images and stuff, it's the place to be. Have a peek. And a great week!