Don’t hate me, but this recipe was inspired by Ms. Rachel Ray. Really — this version is “Yum-o.” Yeesh…did that just make you cringe?
Bear with me, this mini frittata recipe is worth it.
I realize I’m always pushing frittatas, but how can anyone refuse a tasty iteration where the mini egg muffins are wrapped by a crispy prosciutto shell? Salted pork makes everything taste better.
Follow the jump to get the recipe…
The Insourcing Boom
Chales Fishman for The Atlantic:
GE wasn’t just able to hold the retail sticker to the “China price.” It beat that price by nearly 20 percent. The China-made GeoSpring retailed for $1,599. The Louisville-made GeoSpring retails for $1,299.
Time-to-market has also improved, greatly. It used to take five weeks to get the GeoSpring water heaters from the factory to U.S. retailers—four weeks on the boat from China and one week dockside to clear customs. Today, the water heaters—and the dishwashers and refrigerators—move straight from the manufacturing buildings to Appliance Park’s warehouse out back, from which they can be delivered to Lowe’s and Home Depot. Total time from factory to warehouse: 30 minutes.
American manufacturing seems poised for a comeback. Not for everything, but for a lot of things.
Every new manufacturing job secures our future. For insourcing to continue it has to make sense for the business and the worker. Not all things should be made in the USA but there are a lot of things that make sense. I hope this continues. I believe it will increasingly become the trend in manufacturing.