Ratatouille Quiche; off to the US; the Weekly Menu — 9 Comments

  1. The quiche is a unique version that highlights the best of the summer season. I am from Canada but my take on the Obamas is that they make themselves accesible as much as they can and Americans relate to them which is part of their popularity. They are not royalty, although they do have an image to uphold. I have seen the Obamas at their kids soccer games on TV.

  2. Hope you have a great visit with your family with safe, smooth travel. And don’t even get me started on the Obamas.

  3. Have a safe trip! Good time of year to come for great weather, as you know. Post any good food finds state side if you find any!

  4. I’m not a quiche eater but this inspires me to bake a batch of summer vegetables, ratatouille style, and top them with brie. I would have never thought of that, and yet, now I can’t wait to try it.

  5. I’ve been in a quiche/tart mood these days – all those beautiful summer veggies just beg to be the stars in their own show! Love the addition of prosciutto.
    As for the Obamas, they come across as real people, not royalty. There are those who have criticized Michelle for wearing sleeveless dresses, saying that they are unsuitable for a First Lady. I say, get a life!

  6. I can taste this, Katie!
    I’m with Toni on Michelle Obama, but I do see the European perspective, too.

  7. Wouldn’t this quiche be a wonderful addition to feed a bunch of teenagers on party night?
    Obama..I’m with Toni. I think essentially it’s about what you do not about what you wear (granted; when official you dress the part, this time it seems she was hiking while on vacation…)