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6 eggs

4 scallions, a bunch of garlic scallions, OR one small onion

1 bunch/bag chard, kale, spinach, nettles, or arugula

1-2 Tbsp of parsley (if available)

1-2 tsp rosemary

1 Tbsp coursely ground mustard

2 Tbsp butter or oil for sautéing

½-1 cup cheese (any cheese that melts well like mozerella, feta, goat cheese, etc.)

salt and pepper to taste


1.) Heat oil/butter in pan and add scallions and greens. Saute until tender. Pour off any extra liquid in the pan.

2.) Crack the eggs and beat them lightly with the herbs and mustard, adding a splash of milk if you’d like. Grind some pepper into the egg combination.

3.) Preheat broiler. Add the veggie mixture into the eggs and then add the cheese. Turn your pan to medium heat. Pour egg mixture into pan and stir a few times. Reduce heat to low and cook until the eggs are firm most of the way through. You can add some additional cheese on top at this time.

4.) Place pan in oven and broil for 3-5 minutes depending on the heat of your broiler. (If your pan has a plastic handle, cover it with aluminum foil). Remove and cut into pie slices.


  • Omit 2 eggs and add 1/3 cup of yogurt for a tangy flavor
  • Saute ½ lb  sausage add to vegetables
  • Use any other combination of veggies: roasted root vegetables, fried potatoes (Irish or Sweet),summer vegetables (peppers, squash, eggplant), brocolli or cauliflower
  • Add ½-1 cup cooked cannellini beans or garbanzo beans to the frittata
  • Add 1 tsp garam masala to your frittata and replace the rosemary with cilantro
  • Add chopped basil in with other herbs when it's in season
  • Add more of everything if you're feeding a bigger crowd

2017 CSA starts on Thrusday June 15th!June 8th, 2017

That's right! Just one week from today, our CSA members will be receiving their first box of produce & eggs.  Keep your eye out for an email from the farm with welcomes, introductions, and in

Spring is on it's way!April 29th, 2017

News from UW meteorologist Cliff Mass is that this is the rainiest springs in at least 20 years.  That's tough news on the farm because we need at least 2-3 consecutive dry days in the mid 50's-6

We're closed for the season. We open again in late May '18. on 12/5/2017April 25th, 2017

Thank you for a great season.  We will open again the last week of May.  We'll begin taking reservations for commercial producers in February of 2018.  A commercial producer is a farm t

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