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Spinach and Pea Frittata
For a simple frittata, lightly beaten eggs flavored with herbs
and/or cheese are poured into a skillet, cooked until set, and then
placed under a broiler to brown the top.  Unlike the French
omelet, the frittata requires no skillful flipping or folding. 
Ham, Egg, and Asparagus Crespelle
Crespelle (krehs-PEHL-lay), the Italian version of crepes, are very thin pancakes that are made from a batter of flour, eggs, and  milk or water.  Crespelle can be rolled, folded, or stacked with a savory or sweet filling. 

Crespelle Recipes  >>
Chocolate-Filled Cornetti
Cornetti are a pastry/bread similar to a French croissant.  Cornetti may be filled with a dollop of chocolate, jam, lemon curd, or Nutella but some regions use them as a form of roll without a sweet filling in the middle.

Cornetti Recipe  >>
Deep-Dish Ham, Mushroom, and Onion Quiche
Deep-Dish Ham, Mushroom, and Onion Quiche
This deep-dish quiche has a rich and creamy filling with a fluffy,
almost custard-like, consistency.  It may be the creamiest textured
quiche you ever ate.

Deep-Dish Quiche Recipe  >>
Italian Easter or Spring Brunch
Amaretto Glazed Ham
A brunch can be a lot of fun because you can do almost anything you want with the menu.  You can serve all of your favorite breakfast and lunch dishes at the same time.  It combines wonderful savory foods with sweets, light fruit salads, and tasty brunch cocktails.
A Spring brunch menu that features Amaretto-glazed ham, orange smoothies, crostini, asparagus, ravioli with lemon cream sauce, and ricotta cookies.

Spring Brunch Menu  >>
Artichoke Quiche
Pepper and Egg Sandwiches
Seafood Strata
Broccoli Oven Omelet
Herb Baked Eggs
Prosciutto, Spinach, and Egg Cups
Italian Egg Recipes
Pepper and Egg Sandwiches
Cinnamon Polenta Pancakes with Strawberry Sauce
Breakfast Pancakes
Cinnamon Polenta Pancakes
Lemon Ricotta Pancakes with Blueberry Sauce
Buttermilk Pancakes
Whole-Wheat and Oatmeal Pancakes
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Eggs sold in supermarkets in the US are
packaged in cartons with the USDA shield
on them indicating that they came from a
USDA-inspected plant.  Though not
required, most egg carons contain a 'sell
by date' beyond which they should not be
sold.  This date cannot be more than 30
days beyond the pack date.  The USDA
does require that egg cartons display the
"pack date."  You can find this date
embedded in code on the side of the
carton.  The first 3 numbers, usually
preceded by the letter 'P' indicates the
plant number where they were packed. 
The last 3 numbers is a 3-digit code that
represents the consecutive day of the year,
starting with January 1 as 001 and ending
with December 31 at 365.
Mini Cream-Filled Panettone
Holiday (Christmas and New Year) Breakfast
Start Christmas Day, New Year's Day, or any special occasion
with a delicious breakfast. Or if you are having a brunch with
several guests, you can make a few of these dishes for a light
breakfast buffet.

Holiday Breakfast Recipes  >>
Mini Cream Filled Panettone  >>
Omelet roll filled with Ham and Mortadella
Meat-Filled Omelet Roll
This omelet roll filled with ham and mortadella is served at room temperature as an antipasto or a lunch or brunch dish.

Omelet Roll Recipe  >>