Frittatas are baked, open-faced Italian omelets that you can eat directly from the pan if you like.
This recipe uses squash blossoms I picked from my compost bin. Even though we're only using parts of a half dozen blossoms for in this recipe, I picked all the fully-bloomed flowers. That's because the flowers will wilt if left on the plant, but they will stay fresh in the refrigerator for a few days -- long enough to invite friends over for weekend brunch.
And don't forget the goat cheese!