We just started working in the garden this weekend. We put down some summer flowers and I always choose something pink.
We had a big party on Saturday and asked some friends and family over to watch Eurovision song contest. Iceland was not competing but this is always a good excuse to meet and have some burgers. Congrats to Australia who I would say won. I know they are not in Europe but they compete as guests.
Now the quiche. It was easy to make but took longer than I thought I do not know why. David asked for all-purpose flour and cornmeal. I did not have any cornmeal so I used only flour. My quiche is a bit pale since I used one extra egg in the filling and not two extra egg yolks. I would just through the white out and found it too much of a waist. I used bacon and not ham. Big bacon lovers in this house.
I rolled the crust between two pieces of parchment paper like Dorie does and made the crust in the food processor. I like that method better maybe because it has always worked so well in the past.
Fresh out of the oven
We did not eat the quiche until the day after and it had not shrunk at all in the middle.
I had some extra tabbouleh from the night before.
The kids do not like blue cheese so they did not have any but my DH just loved it and had one fourth of the quiche in one setting. It does not get much better than that.
This is a part of Food Revolution day, feed the future.
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