I love hosting brunch but I hate the thought of slaving away in the kitchen once my guests arrive. Frittatas, then, are the perfect menu item when hosting brunch because they can feed a group of people, and you can do all your prep work in advance. Plus, leftovers (if there are any) heat up great the next day. Here’s a go-to frittata recipe that I have used time and time again when cooking for friends and family. It can easily feed about 6 to 8 people, and it’s a pretty simple dish to pull off, even if you’re not fully awake yet.
I don’t know about you, but January is typically my least favorite month. The weather sucks, summer feels far away, and my credit card bill is always a buzzkill. However, things are looking up. My husband D and I booked our trip next month to New York (!) and I’ve been trying to get out and socialize as much as a I can. I’ve been fighting a brutal cold for a few weeks now, but while I’m not a doctor, I think socializing and laughter are the best medicines, am I right? Below is a recap of my weekend (well, I’m cheating actually, as I decided to start with Wednesday instead of Friday because that sort of felt like the start to my weekend)…
I had a great weekend. It was festive and centered around quality time spent with good people, plus a little bit of holiday prep. Here’s my recap of how it went and what I got up to:
I love weekends and I love the holidays, so I really enjoy weekends this time of year when it’s starting to feel festive and the avalanche of holiday parties begin. This weekend was the perfect kick-off to the holiday season and showcased so much of what I love about Vancouver. Here’s a recap of the socializing, eating, and fun that I got up to: