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Weekend Eats: Bolognese-esque Frittata

I hate wasting food. I go to great lengths to ensure we use every bit of food we purchase or grow. That’s especially true of leftovers.

Sometimes Hubs cooks like there’s an army coming over for dinner, instead of just us two and Huxley. I never complain, because his eats are always amazing. That said, we’re sometimes staring down the same dish for multiple meals, across several days.

Which is where we get creative. This morning was one such occasion. We’d enjoyed a Bolognese-ish sauce over tortellini a few days ago. It was filled with tomatoes, spinach, herbs, spices and Hickory Nut Gap ground pork. So, so good. We’d had it over three meals, though, and had a bit more that needed to go into a new incarnation.

Enter the frittata. The meal you can always count on, the friend that’s always got your back. As simple as simple can be, the frittata never disappoints. Whatever leftovers you’ve got on hand, they can go into a frittata. Pasta? Put it in a frittata! On-the-edge veggies in the crisper? Put ’em in a frittata! Or, like we did with our Bolognese-esque “we seriously need to mix it up” sauce-frittata to the rescue!

It’s low-fi, affordable, fast, and good. And that, friends, is all you really need. 

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