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New Recipe: Layered Frittata with Leeks & Tomatoes
Published: 09/13/2013

Frittatas, or baked omelets, are a delicious staple of Italian cuisine. In this delicious dish, the eggs bind flavorful ingredients with all the colors of the Italian flag: Swiss chard, cherry tomatoes, and Parmesan cheese.

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