Esikoiseni toi meille kissan Animal Shelterista joulukuun lopulla. Olimme suunnitelleet syksylla, ettemme enaan ota lemmikkeja, kun Bella (nuorempi koiramme) menehtyi:( (Olen vielakin asiasta erittain surullinen, enka pysty siita taman enempaa nyt puhumaan). Mitsyn tavattuani, en kuitenkaan voinut muuta kuin ottaa hanet meille uudeksi perheenjaseneksi. Mitsy on aarettoman kiltti ja seurallinen. Maxinkin (vanhempi koiramme) kanssa tulevat hyvin toimeen.
Meet Mitsy, our newest baby :)
(Mulla oli tuolloin keuhkokuume, siita kahea aani)
Frittata is one of my son's favorite breakfasts and I make it often on the weekends. Today I made a very simple version of it.
I sauteed onion and potatoes (I had some leftover steamed potatoes from yesterday) in olive oil. I added 7 beaten eggs, shredded Cheddar cheese, salt and pepper.
I placed the pan into oven (500 degrees) for about 10-15 minutes (until the eggs were set).
I usually use more vegetables and variety of cheeses but this was also very good with just onion, potatoes and Cheddar cheese. :)
I joined Polyvore about a month ago and I've enjoyed making fashion sets ever since. I thought I'll post few of them here with fall fashion that I like. Under each set is a list of the items featured on the set. In the future I'll be making sets to my blog by paying more attention to the cost and availability of the items.
Here is a video about Polyvore.
And here are more sets I've made so far.
The theme for this set was a chunky sweater with jeans. I love brown in everything and there is quite nothing like a pair of comfortable faded jeans.
I've been making these small meatballs with round shaped pasta lately. I noticed what a difference good breadcrumbs make in meatballs! I've been using the regular store bought breadcrumbs for as long as I can remember, but I noticed some different ones at Trader Joe's the other day. And let me tell you - what a surprise! The meatballs come out so soft and flaky! You should definitely give good breadcrumbs a try! :)
I used ground turkey breast and added onion, eggs, breadcrumbs, parsley, salt, pepper and some garlic salt.
I formed little miniature meatballs and baked them in 425 degrees for about 20-30 minutes. After that I continued cooking them for a little bit in some store-bought marinara sauce (enhanced with cherry tomatoes, black pepper and garlic salt). And once cooked thoroughly, I mixed the cooked pasta in (I used this fun round shaped pasta). The whole cherry tomatoes are a nice touch, they're the perfect size next to the meatballs, and add a surprising flavor when they pop in your mouth. :)
In the end I added fresh basil for some flavor and decoration.