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Asparagus and Bacon Quiche; Summer work — 7 Comments

  1. Hi Katie, I love Quiche, and I love Irises! Ours are just getting ready to bloom too, and I sooo understand about this time of year…I just came in from the garden having spent the last 5 hours out there working, weeding, planting….but I love that too! Ina

  2. Spectacular irises and apparently they aren’t appealing to the bunnies. Throw some rocks around them – they would look beautiful blooming in a “dry river” of rocks…

  3. Love irises! Planted a bunch at one end of a bed the first year we moved into this house. The bloomed gloriously for 10 years and then … were no more. I should plant them again.
    Funny thing I’ve had my quiche pan out for 2 weeks … maybe I’ll just wait for winter now … but there is still asparagus …

  4. The flowers are gorgeous and so is the quiche! Another great dish using asparagus that I will have to try!

  5. I’m not quite sure why I can have so many chickens – 9 to 11 eggs a day! – and never think of making a quiche. Thank you for that beautiful reminder. Your irises are beautiful. What a treat that they showed up unexpectantly. I used to grow them by the bushel but where I live now, the slugs get them as soon as they put up new shoots. I’ve given up.

  6. Ok, Anything with that name sounds yuckky to me, but after reading the ingredients and seeing the pictures, my mouth is watering!

  7. Ina, al of a sudden there’s 10 times more to do every day!
    Zoomie, thanks – great idea…. My problem with Iris is they are impossible to weed. Having them in the lawn allows me to just mow ;-))
    Tanna, your quiche pan was speaking to you… listen to it!
    Pam, thanks. Asparagus quiche = good!
    Christine, all those chickens! I should get chickens…. I had lots of slugs and snails last year, but they don’e seem to be a problem this year. Maybe the bunnies ate them….
    HowCookFoof – must give it a try…. change your opinion of quiche!