Friday’s Food & Fitness: A French Kick (Frittata Recipe)
March 11, 2016
Hello fine friends! Another week bites the dust. How was yours? I feel like I say this every week but we were so busy! Book club and swim lessons for Cooper on Monday, teach barre class Tuesday, walk in the park, swimming and grocery shopping on Wednesday, lunch out with friends and pilates on Thursday, music class for Cooper and playgroup with friends on Friday and then date night! Oy vey! I’m so tired. Ready for the weekend to begin!
I’ve been on a bit of a French kick lately. Last week I made French Onion Soup and this week I made this delicious frittata (super French right?). I love it because:
1.) It is packed full of veggies
2.) It is pretty easy to make
3.) I can eat it for at least two days or more
4.) It’s perfect if you are having friends over
So here’s the recipe!
If you are looking for something to do this week, I’ve got two suggestions for you!
In other random news, I’ve started watching two new TV shows: The Affair and The People v. OJ Simpson. Holy moly! I’m loving both! I’ve only watched one episode of The Affair so far but it was sucked me in, especially because it is told from two different viewpoints. The People v. OJ Simpson is great! It reminds me a lot of Making of a Murderer but I love this one because I remember bits and pieces of it, even though I was pretty young when it happened.
I’m excited for some new shows because, to be honest, I’m a bit bored with Scandal and How to Get Away with Murder. I usually love these shows but lately, they aren’t sucking me in!
Readers, favorite thing you ate this week? Favorite workout? What have you been watching lately?
I was just listening to an interview with the cast of the OJ Simpson show while driving yesterday… Haven’t watched it yet, but I recently watched a documentary about the case. It was interesting because like you said, I vaguely remember when the case was going on, but I didn’t have any idea about some of the details since I was so young. I remember my grandma being glued to the TV during the trial, like so many people!
So French is right. The Frittata looks so yummy and packed with beautiful vegetables. I’m watching shows that I am trying to “close out” like How to Get Away with Murder. The only newer show I have watched is Better Call Saul since I was 100% drawn in by Breaking Bad–this helps me reminisce. Also, I watched the last couple of episodes of last season Game of Thrones so I would remember where is left off–in preparation for the April new season!