Sunday, October 16, 2011

Breakfast at Tiffanys....

I have been wanting to learn to cook and try new things over the past few weeks~
I invited some friends over for breakfast this morning~ I made 2 egg/veggie casseroles~ Not sure what is the difference between that, a frittata and a quiche :) It was the question of the morning...but whatever they were they turned out pretty good. We sat outside and enjoyed a warm, beautiful fall day.
They brought me some amazing flowers too~
I am getting over my fear of cooking for people!
It actually in some small way feels like giving a gift ~ even if it is just a simple meal. I wish I could truly repay the people in my life in bigger ways but for now...Food :)


  1. Ooh - it looks delicious - great job! What a fun breakfast! It is the 50 year anniversary of "Breakfast at Tiffany's", so this is a very timely post too ;) Hee hee!

    I'm certainly not an expert, but I think a frittata is cooked in a large pan over low heat (then sometimes finished (still in the same pan) in the oven), a quiche has a crust like a pie, and a casserole is baked in a dish in the oven... All very similar...

    I think food is the best way to show love and give thanks to the people in your life (I know it is definitely the way to my heart)!


  2. Looks yummy!!! And, don't underestimate the power of a simple meal. I had some wonderful people from the church here bringing meals to Joe and I while Russell was in the hospital and it was amazing. It was one thing that helped each day feel manageable because I knew we'd have at least one home cooked meal and because people who didn't even know us cared enough to help. Food is powerful and a great thing to share. I'm glad you're learning to cook. It looks like you're doing a great job.

  3. Wow - that looks great - wish I could have tasted it!

  4. That looks so good and it does not help that I am hungry right now. I had a long day at work. I like making new foods over the years I have learned a lot about cooking but there is still so much more I need to learn.

    I believe that food is a big way to pay people because everyone loves food.

  5. Seriously... too wonderful! 'Breakfast At Tiffanys' looks delicious and healthy!! Yum!!

  6. Breakfast at Tiffany's was not just "pretty good". It was utterly delectably deliciously amazing! Food always tastes better when made with love! Thanks Tiffers! You are a great cook with a very large heart! I love ya!