Lately, my kids have been asking for hard boiled eggs every morning. . I think because while my mom was here visiting, she preferred to eat eggs this way. . Anyway, I’m loving that they are eating eggs Continue reading
My hair dresser and I were chatting one day. . . she’s a foodie and loves to cook. . and she told me she has never attempted to make risotto because she’s heard how hard to was to make. What?! If I Continue reading
I’m always up for trying different kinds of Asian foods. There’s something about the different flavors and textures and how everything comes together. . . and I wanted to make a dish using lemongrass!
Today was a perfect morning to make some quiche. I think I fell in love with quiche after trying it one day when I was in high school at La Madeleine’s in Dallas, Texas. If you know me, you know that I am addicted to their chicken caesar salad and this is one of the first places I have to go to when I’m in Dallas for a visit. Oh my goodness, all of their food is so good! Anyway, I probably had their Quiche Florentine and it was instant bliss. Love at first bite.
What I love about quiche, besides the eggs, is the fact that you can literally put whatever you want inside (ham, spinach, broccoli etc), pour in the eggs, sprinkle on the cheese, bake it and it’s done. Quiche really takes no time at all, especially if you use a ready made pie crust. Could it get any easier? And if you want quiche for breakfast on a weekday, make it the night before and it re-heats beautifully.
I hope you enjoy!
Adapted from the Cooks.com recipe here.