Jim Makes a Frittata in His New Frittata Pan

Jim stirs in the diced ham with the vegetables.


Jim saw a frittata pan in a Williams-Sonona catalog over a year ago. It always looked interesting to him; so, he finally ordered one. The other day he asked me if I knew what a 'friata' was. I was a little skeptical of the word and told him, "no." He told me he had bought a new pan to cook a 'friata.' I was fascinated. Then I asked him if it could possibly be a pan for cooking a "frittata." He smiled and realized his mistake. BTW: His mother would always find recipes for food and cook them deliciously, but mispronounce the name of the food. I guess Jim gets this honestly. HaHa!


Tonight Jim cooked a frittata for us. It was delicious. I took pictures throughout the process, even when my Nikon D80 BROKE again. I just continued with my Nikon Coolpix S7c. I hope that the D80 didn't break because I was trying a new gadget to help disperse the light of the flash! Oh, well! I guess I'll never know.

  • agrilledcheesesandwich 7y

    this looks good already, i would start eating out of the pan and by the time i would finish cooking it would be a n omelet not a fritata
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Taken on January 17, 2009
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