The other night, I didn't feel like making anything complicated for dinner. So I made a frittata. We had asparagus and it needed to be used, so I googled "asparagus frittata". The recipe that came up was this one, and I had everything it needed, except I subbed in some cheddar cheese. Apparently frittatas can be made with pretty much anything, and they come out fairly delicious. So I'll be making more, but here is the procedure for this one, illustrated TPW style.
1.) Crack a few eggs.
2.) Melt butter in a pan
3.) Chop the veggies.
4.) There is very little in life that isn't improved by garlic. Mr. Barefoot HATES our garlic press, but I think it's awesome and I love how quickly I can add garlic to dishes I'm already trying to do super-fast.
5.) Saute everything in a pan. I found it didn't take as long as the recipe said - I think I only sauted everything for about 4 minutes total.
6.) Pour in the eggs.
7.) Top with cheese, toss under the broiler for four minutes.