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Old 08-03-2008, 08:25 AM   #11
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Hope you like artichokes. Put the chopped contents of 3 packages of frozen thawed artichokes in a bowl add I pack of chopped frozen spinach well drained, 1/2 c chopped fresh Italian parsley, 4 large cloves garlic crushed,1/4 c. of parmesan, 1/4 c. evoo,s pich or two of fresh grated nutmeg, salt and pepper 1/4 c. dry french bread crumbs and then add in 4-6 lightly beaten eggs, pour all this into an oiled baking dish and bake at 350 til eggs are set and top is lightly golden about 35-40 min...remove from oven and let come to room temp to get the full flavor..nice with a salad and a slice of buttered french bread...Enjoy
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Wow! That sounds good? Is that a Basque dish? What is the mane of it?
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Old 08-03-2008, 10:08 AM   #12
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Wow! That sounds good? Is that a Basque dish? What is the mane of it?
I don't know if it's a traditional thing, I just know my husbands Aunt use to make this often..There was never a birthday that this wasn't on the table..I don't think she had a name for it, it is just a fritata or torta as I call it..

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I don't know if it's a traditional thing, I just know my husbands Aunt use to make this often..There was never a birthday that this wasn't on the table..I don't think she had a name for it, it is just a fritata or torta as I call it..

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You know, 'Fritata' actually crossed my mind as i was reading the recipe.

I'll just save it as "Basque Fritata" until i do find a 'Basque' name for it
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Petey,

I got this cookbook for christmas, last year. It has lots of Basque recipies, as well as those from the other parts of Spain. Everything I've tried has been a keeper!

Amazon.com: The New Spanish Table: Anya von Bremzen: Books

I recently saw it at half price books, so you may try there, if you have one close.
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Petey,

I got this cookbook for christmas, last year. It has lots of Basque recipies, as well as those from the other parts of Spain. Everything I've tried has been a keeper!

Amazon.com: The New Spanish Table: Anya von Bremzen: Books

I recently saw it at half price books, so you may try there, if you have one close.

Thanks Walt. I'll look into it
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