Warm quiche is such an underrated main tea ingredient...

#1

Got to be warm, for flavour and texture.

Something wet with it, preferably beans.

Great stuff. As good as a chicken kiev i’d say.

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#2

That was a party political broadcast on behalf of the warm quiche party.

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#3

American Pie VII: Warm Quiche

#4

with salad and an egg and a bit of salad cream for dipping imo

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#5

Ovening it makes the onions crunchy, warny. That’s the key to a good quiche. The keyche, you might say.

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#6

I sometimes call it Lorraine’s Quiche.

Little joke i have.

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#7

Stick some extra cheese on the top, a Mexicana maybe if you’re in the mood, and count me in.

#8

Say this to the person who looks after my delicatessen section most days. No wonder she hates me.

#9

Can’t abide supermarket ones cos the vegetarian ones always have onion in them, so don’t really have quiche very much. I made one recently for the first time I ages and it was banging.

#10

cheese flan

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#11

love quiche. another excellent meal made possible by our friend, the humble egg

#12

Got a friend who is known to have warm quiche instead of eggs with his fried breakfast.

It’s not for me, but fair play to him.

#13

Do you not like onion? :open_mouth:

#14

There are to be fair quite a lot of foods I don’t like, but onion would probably be #1 on my list of all time worst things ever

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#15

That must be pretty annoying for you as onions as in almost everything

#16

I’m famous for enjoying quiche

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#17

cancels flights back to the UK

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#18

It’s pretty much a continual nightmare, yeah. No cheap pasta sauces over here!

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#19

I can never decide, so I usually have a cold alive while the rest is in the oven.

#20

I make quiche. It is good. I like it.