This is my first guest blogger post.
My friend Greg aka my bossom buddy. We have known each other since primary school, varsity and even now well into our “old” age we are still buddies. We even live down the road from each other. To bad we aren’t neighbours I would be driving him up the wall with my OCD tendencies.
He was my first follower.. although I had to nag and bug him like a zillion times to give me his email address to invite him. Men I tell you soo slow.
His also very competitive when it comes to cooking, his rotis are rounder than mine which is sooo embarrassing!!!!
Greg who is an English major is being capped in April this year and to show him how super proud I am of his achievements I am posting his recipe on the blog without testing it.So Greg the pressure is on yet again, cause if it sinks instead of rising I will come knocking on your door and force feed you.
Greg, I might not say this all the time, but I really an grateful to have you as my friend, to be my sounding board to be there when the going get tough and the laugh at my weirdness and to answer my calls at midnight and all funny hours of the morning when normal people should be sleeping. We have lost alot of friends along the way, but someone our friendship has stood strong through it all.
I wish you all the best in your future endeavors, remember the world is your oyster, grab it with both hands and go make your mark in the world, just remember your buddy back home who managed to get the nickname when “Gold rusts” from Mr Townsend… All because I bunked one class and he NEVER let me forget it!!!
350g beef mince
1 onion chopped
300g spinach + optional random veg (250g mushrooms chopped, 1 greenpepper chopped)
1/2 cup feta cheese (crumbled)
6 eggs (jumbo size)
1/2 cup cream
1/2 cup milk
1 tsp salt (seasoning throughout)
1/2 tsp pepper (seasoning throughout)
1/4 tsp ground nutmeg (seasoning added in)
Fry mince and onion lightly. Season mix.
When done set aside in baking dish.
Fry/cook spinach and other optional veg. Season them as needed. When done add to the mince mix.
Combine eggs, milk, cream.
Pour over mince and veg mix. Sprinkle nutmeg seasoning.
Use spatula to evenly mix through.
Sprinkle with crumbed feta on top.
Bake for about 1hr @ 180°C.
Makes 12 square servings.