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Sausage and Artichoke Quiche; Men and Houses; Weekly Menu — 11 Comments

  1. Where do you find guys who can build houses? Or even nail nails? My Beloved is heaven to live with, but handy, he’s not! 🙂 Your quiche sounds great and the crust intriguing.

  2. You’ve just reminded me of my Parmesan Rice Crust recipe! Yes it does make a wonderful crust. Also excellent to serve as a base under many creamed veggies.
    Excellent solution to the “no nag” works best!

  3. The quiche looks fabulous! I love sausage and artichokes, so I know I’d like this.

  4. What a great way to make a crust, I have to keep that in mind.
    I though until my 20’s that no man could biult anything, let alone screw something on the wall (my mother did all that, next to the rest of the household)

  5. What a great way to use brown rice!
    You are a kitchen genius, no matter the state of your kitchen.
    (maybe you can tell me what to do with this crazy bag of colasari? colorosa? red rice that I picked up from the bulk store. I didn’t realize until I got home that my little bag cost $8! I have no idea what to do with it, it just looked pretty…)

  6. How smart are you to have made the list AND made sure it’s visible!
    That quiche looks fabulous! And tempting to make it with rice. But, but, but… making pastry is so much easier. Sure, maybe not as good for us but it’s awfully good tasting.
    (Mum taught me how to make pastry when I was about 10. Until relatively recently, I made the best pastry in the world. Now, after I taught him, my husband makes the best pastry in the world. Heh…. Tom Sawyer?? I don’t know WHAT you mean.)

  7. LOL. What a post! We started the complete renovation on our kitchen three years ago. All the plumbing and electricity behind the cabinetry got done for obvious reasons, but that which is elsewhere still isn’t done. Meanwhile, the paint sits in the can and is probably now no longer available should we not have enough. Love those bare plaster walls.
    You mean it actually works to make a list? Must be nice. Focused men? Oxymoron. Tunnel vision works, tho. Don’t ask one to think of two things at the same time.
    And that crust. When I lived in hot South FL, I hated turning on my oven and did 95% of my baking in the microwave. So I attempted making a quiche with a brown rice crust I’d read somewhere, as pastry crusts didn’t work very well. (More LOL) I’ve never heard of anybody else trying that, so this was fun to see. I think I’ve never personally made a normal quiche, although I haven’t done the rice trick in a million years again, either.

  8. Zoomie, funny how life works out…
    Tanna, I never though of that! Sounds good!
    Kevin, thanks, we like it lots.
    Kalyn, anything to avoid pie crust (I really should learn)
    Emily, a combination that works well – at least for me.
    Lien, I thought all boys were stupid and couldn’t do math until I was in college.
    Natashya, red rice? I had some once, it took forever to cook. I don’t remember much more…
    Val, for me, much easier
    Elizabeth, for some reason, my mother never taught me…
    good move to pass on your skills.
    Azurienne, I’ve never made a proper quiche either, but I’m happy with mine… Florida does get hot!