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November 22, 2009



Looks absolutely delicious, and G loves feta. Popping over to Sunday Suppers now!

K x


Ha, for a second then I thought you meant my G, and I wandered how you knew he loved feta : )

Vintage Fairy Tales Rebecka

Sounds really delicious, will there be any left-overs?


No leftovers this time Becky! Unless you count C's leftovers. Unfortunately she wasn't too impressed with what was left after she picked out all the feta...

Checks and Spots

Oh my goodness! Have just discovered your blog...so beautiful and so very distracting!


Thank you Checks and Spots, and welcome to sam's notebook!


oooh this DOES look yummy - let us know how it went... i might try too..


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Hi Thea, see update above! Will try it again, with a few changes. Love your tumblr by the way!


I've not long eaten. And now I am hungry again after seeing this...yum!


Hi Doda, thanks for stopping by sam's notebook! The frittata really is delicious, let us know if you give it a try!

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