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Monday, December 25, 2006

Merry Christmas Y'all

Merry Christmas Y'all!
I hope everyone was able to celebrate the joy of the season with family or friends. I hope that you could hear the jingle bells of Santa's reindeer, and that your stockings were stuffed with goodies. Mostly, I hope that you took the time to remember the true reason for our celebrations and paused for a 'silent night, holy night'.
We took a break from tradition this year and had a Christmas brunch with Quiche and Bellini's. Perfect after a late evening and a wild morning of opening gifts!
This is my favorite quiche recipe, use ham or crab, broccoli or mushrooms, fresh herbs and whatever kind of cheese you like. It is quick and easy!
Quick Quiche
1 cup diced ham
1/4 cup broccoli pieces
1/2 cup shredded cheese
4 eggs
1 cup heavy cream
9-inch pie crust
pre-heat oven to 425°
Press crust into a pie plate. Cover the bottom of the crust with quiche fillings that have been diced into small chunks. Wisk together eggs and cream, gently pour around the crust. Salt and pepper to taste. When putting into the oven, cover the crust with a pie shield.
Bake at 425° for 15 minutes, then lower the heat to 350° for 20-30 minutes. Will be lightly browned and firm when done.
Now, how many of you are back to the stores tomorrow, for returns or big bargins? You may need an extra piece of quiche just for energy!


Anonymous said...

What a lovely blog.

In my blog I have a category I call The Blue Café where I blog about my kitchen and my cooking. One day I would love to write a book about The Blue Café :-)

Linda @ Brazilian Food Love said...

I agree totally with Britt-arnhild! A lovely blog, glad you stopped by mine so that i could find yours! I'll add it to my link list for sure! :)

If you want to learn swedish i can teach you a few word :)

Anonymous said...

Britt-Arnhild have you ever read the book 'Fried Green Tomatoes @ the WhistleStop Cafe? It was written by Fannie Flagg, and is a wonderful story...also an amazing movie!
Linda, so glad you found us... Y'all come back.

Naturegirl said...

Thank you for introducing yourself to me! You come on over and walk through my nature-trail and I'll come over here for great recipes! I love the way you mixed green peas and black beans and placed around your candle!Great decorating idea! I also ~*cheat*~ in making pie crusts! *grin*

Jann said...

You have a wonderful holiday and thanks for visting my site-

Ed Tep said...

Sandi - I hope you had a happy holidays. I love quiche and your version seems like it would be really easy to make. Thanks for sharing it.

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