“Failure after long perseverance is much grander than never to have a striving good enough to be called a failure.”
--George Eliot, Middlemarch
|Vine growing out of my garden wall|
But I don't regret it. I'm just pleased I didn't get in any further than I did. Some people lost up to $20 000. I gave it a go. I am still giving it a go. There is a whole world out there I was unaware of. It is going to be a long haul but I am having fun, and I have built on what I learnt. Time is a major factor, but I am not giving up.
But back to the quote above. I know that if I don't succeed I will have given it my best shot. If I fail it will be not for want of perseverance and I will know that I gave it a try - better than being too scared to give it a go. I can fail in the satisfaction that I tried.(So far I have made $16 so that is a little success!)
P:-) called in for lunch today which is unusual during the week . We had tuna frittata.
It is simple and you only need 2 basic ingredients from your pantry - tuna and eggs. Everything else is optional. Sometimes I add corn or fried onions and capsicum. Sometimes cheddar cheese instead of feta. It all depends what I have on hand.
Tuna Frittata (Serves 2)
185 grams of tuna in olive oil
50 grams feta cheese
3 large free range eggs
2 tablespoons milk
6 miniature tomatoes halved or a few slices of tomato cut into small wedges
handful of shallots
1/2 teaspoon dried mixed herbs
2 cm cube of Parmesan cheese
- Spread tuna over the base of a 22 cm frying pan.
- Crumble feta cheese evenly over tuna
- Beat eggs with milk and pour over tuna and feta cheese
- Arrange tomatoes on top of mixture cut side up
- Sprinkle with shallots and mixed herbs
- Grate Parmesan over the top
- Cook on medium heat about 3-5 minutes until base begins to set
- Finish off under griller until completely set with top browned and puffed
- Cut in wedges to serve
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