Sunday, July 20, 2008



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Well, this little goodie just does not fit in with any project I am working on at the moment so I'm giving it to you. If you have purchased my Digital Dad Kit from the SophiaSarducci Shop - it would go perfect with that!

I'd like to take a moment here to acknowledge and say thank you to the ladies who promote my blog and giveaways. I am so grateful. I wish I were more diligent to let you know. Just off the top of my head I have to say that Maria at Digi Free tirelessly promotes my freebies and I still get a total thrill every time I see my items listed. Next would come IkeaGoddess, AmyW, Shirley, Valinda, my sister in law Judy and of COURSE KimB who brags me up all the time too - and I just want to make sure that you each know how much I appreciate it. I am sure there are very many more of you out there and its a big reminder to me that my blog is so much more rewarding because of you. I've had so many emails thanking me for some encouragement I may have posted etc, but it goes both ways! I can't tell you how many times a comment or thought or suggestion has lifted up the corners of my mouth, put a glimmer in my day and joy in my heart. Thank you all so much.

If you have promoted me, and I might not be aware of it - why not leave me a comment so I can say thank you, personally?



Another SSR (Simple Summer Recipe)


This recipe was created out of a need to use up some ingredients in my pantry. I admit that Mr. Miles is not crazy on it, but not because its not delicious, for it IS. Its something to do with the bread/egg thing. He can eat scrambled and hard-over, but not soft boiled, over easy or poached. He can eat an egg and toast, but not egg cooked with toast. He can eat Quiche, or a fritatta with a crust, but not this. He gave it an honest effort tho.


Bacon and Egg Strata

8 eggs
1/4 cup mayo
6 tbsp water
dash mustard
1/2 lb bacon
2 tomatoes
2 cups fresh herbs
1/2 inch slices of french bread
2 cups feta cheese
pepper
butter

Butter the bottom and sides of a 9 x 13" glass baking dish. (well it COULD be a metal one, only its prettier this way) Layer the bottom with bread slices. Beat the eggs, water, mustard and mayo together. Pour 1/2 mixture over the bread. Layer the herbs ontop of this. Slice the tomatoes into 1/4 inch thick slices and layer. Crumble feta and spread over this. Pour the remaining egg mixture overtop. Place another layer of bread slices. Arrange bacon slices over the entire top, to cover. PEPPER the bacon with fresh ground pepper (ok, I am a pepper-aholic, I admit it) Pop in a 400 degree oven for 30 to 45 minutes. If bacon edges start browning too much during cooking, lay strips of tin foil over them.

This dish is best hot - either right when you make it, or reheated.

You could also assemble this the night before, and put it in the fridge, baking it in the morning.




8 comments:

  1. Good Morning Barb:)
    First I want to thank you so much for sharing this cool flower with me.:)Love it!
    Second..mmmmmm that Strata looks yummy..especially since I haven't had breakfast yet!:)
    Third..it is a pleasure to promote you and your blog!Which..BTW..I did again this morning.I made a BB layout using your Tsunami Blue kit.:) I LOVE the way it turned out..come take a peek when you get a chance.I know it's Monday and you are busy today..but..you have to take a break sometime.LOL

    Hugs,
    Valinda

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  2. Hi sweetie!!! Stopping by to leave you some LOVE and WOW, what a GORGEOUS flower!!! WOO HOO! I LOVE flowers!

    What a FABULOUS tribute to those who promote your WONDERFUL designs and I often wonder where we would be without them!!! EEEEKS!

    I hope that you and Miles had a wonderful lunch the other day and your recipe looks SO delicious and I LOVE eggs just about any 'ol way!!!

    I am in the midst of a full-body cleanse, so my food list is a bit limited until I get my digestive woes under control!!! In fact, I'm off to fix my breakfast shake!!!

    Have a GORGEOUS week ahead dear friend and I hope to catch up with you soon!

    BIG HUGS,
    Linda XOXO

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  3. Mmm, that does look yummy! Might have to save that & try it on a rainy day! Will email you very soon!

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  4. well i was in total agreement with Linda (above) till the body cleanse part altho i do enjoy breakfast shakes too! hehe
    LOVE the recipes, LOVE the photos, LOVE the goodies shared, LOVE your blog!!! lol i especially LOVE my visits here! your blog is so FUN it gives me something to share on mine! thank YOU!! hope you have a WONDERFUL day!! :D

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  5. Hi Barb, I LOVE YOUR METAL FLOWER! It could go with just about everything!

    I'm still giving away templates everyday. Today I am soooo happy to have little Zoey back I sort of rambled, mostly just poking fun at the charming and funny things do down here.

    Girl it looks like you are on your way up and I couldn't think of anyone who deserves it more!!!

    Love and hugs, Renae

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  6. Ok- I was coming to say a HUGE THANK to YOU! For your heartfelt comments yesterday my friend! LOVE YA-
    NOW- will you STOP POSTING those GORGEOUS photo's of the YUMMY things you make and bake- cause girl I'm starting to DROOL AGAIN!I'm saving all these recipes- lol, I am now HUNGRY! And the thing is- these are so easy even a BLONDE like me can make them- hahahahahaha.
    It looks scrumptious!
    Hope you have a good day and sending HUGE hugs your way
    ME

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  7. another awesome recipe ..from a lady who can created awesome meals and the pictures ..well your mouth is watering ..I know my is ..I am going to have to make this one for your bro..bare will love it ...thanks for including me in that group of awesome ladies...you are an awesome lady BARB...love and miss you

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  8. Hi back attcha Barb! Yum, the strata looks and sounds amazing. Your yard photos look similar to mine, LOL! I forget how close we are.

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