Sweet Potato Sage Frittata

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Sweet Potato Sage Frittata | Havocinthekitchen.com

It’s an absolutely great thing to eat seasonally, isn’t it?

Sweet Potato Sage Frittata | Havocinthekitchen.com

Sure, nowadays you can have most of the produce all year round. But still.

Let’s say asparagus. That’s not a big deal to find it during a year, and it’s basically as delicious as in spring. But still.

Sweet Potato Sage Frittata | Havocinthekitchen.com

Or let’s say eggplant. I don’t know how about you, but then I was a child, they appeared in Russia late summer – fall. Since that time eggplant are associated with the fall food. I enjoy them now anytime I’d like to. But still.

Sweet potatoes, pumpkins, persimmons, and pomegranate are reserved for fall fun in my book! Sure you won’t be judged if decided to carve a pumpkin in May. But still.

Sweet Potato Sage Frittata | Havocinthekitchen.com

Or let’s say frittata!

Wait. Sorry for saying that. There’s no a specific season for a frittata.

Basically, there are only two things that don’t belong to a particular season, frittata and lavender. Sorry, couldn’t resist.

Sweet Potato Sage Frittata | Havocinthekitchen.com

But you can always make a seasonal comfort dish. Like this Sweet Potato Sage Frittata. Slightly caramelized sweet onion and sweet potatoes with some ham, sage, and smoked paprika? That’s pretty damn good stuff, my friends!

But what about you, folks? Do you enjoy eating seasonally? What’s you favorite fall produce except lavender?

Sweet Potato Sage Frittata | Havocinthekitchen.com

8 thoughts on “Sweet Potato Sage Frittata

  1. Cheyanne @ No Spoon Necessary says:

    Hahahah! You always make me laugh Ben! You and your dang lavendar! I must say you are very loyal in your love! Great quality! Anyways, I eat seasonally most of the time, but sometimes I just crave something out of season, and when that happens I give in to my desires! This Frittata looks fab! Loving all the layers of flavors – onion and sweet potatoes, ham, sage AND smoked paprika! Yessss! Delicious and needs to be in my belleh! P.s. I see you new cast iron skillet! Thanks for making another appearance! ;) Xo
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