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Old 08-18-08, 10:09 AM   #1
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Real men don't eat quiche

And I'm fine with not being a real man.

1 red pepper, diced
1 white onion, diced
4oz rehydrated chopped oyster mushrooms (wild picked and dried earlier this year)
6oz shredded cheddar cheese
2 eggs
1T flour
1T buttermilk
1 frozen, pre-formed pie crust
paprika
salt
pepper

Mix the pepper, onion, mushroom and cheese in a bowl. Fill pie crust until heaping. Beat 2 eggs with the flour and buttermilk. Season with paprika, salt and pepper to liking. Pour egg mixture over filling, toss lightly with fork to coat entire mix.
Bake in 350 degree pre-heated oven for 1 hour.

(It's even better if you have some crumbled bacon to add in with the veggie/cheese mix, but I was out of bacon last night when I decided to cook.)
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Old 08-18-08, 10:13 AM   #2
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Count me as another not a real man. My wife is a quiche genius. She'll whip up a couple on the weekends and it'll be in the fridge for a quick, filling breakfast or snack. Awesome.
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I am a fan of the frozen non-pre-formed pie crusts, just unfold them, lay'em in the pan, and off you go.
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you lost me at mushrooms.
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I got slapped one time when I ordered a quiche at Denny's. Who knew is was pronounced "keesh"? Looked like "quickie" to me.
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I am a fan of the frozen non-pre-formed pie crusts, just unfold them, lay'em in the pan, and off you go.
I use those for making samosas. We made a huge batch of samosa filling, froze it back in 2 person servings, and we just break one out of the freezer and use the pre-made rolled pie crusts.
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Old 08-18-08, 03:25 PM   #7
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Real men don't eat salads or pancakes either
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but...but...you have to make your own crust!!
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Real men shave the hair off their scrotums with a WeedEater(tm)!!!




Quiche is just an omlette in a pie crust...






Edit* The Mrs. just said quiche is a French quickie. I think we'll need to discuss this in depth after we get the kids to bed.
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but...but...you have to make your own crust!!
negative. There is no reason ever to make any kind of crust. Unless you are a contestant on Iron Chef.
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Real men eat anything that doesn't move fast enough. This would include quiche, unless of course it is flung like a frisbee... And even then, if you can jump high enough and catch it in your mouth, it is considered just fine.
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Old 08-18-08, 03:51 PM   #13
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but...but...you have to make your own crust!!
No. You get to make your own crust.

A fine distinction, but an important one.
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Real men eat anything that doesn't move fast enough. This would include quiche, unless of course it is flung like a frisbee... And even then, if you can jump high enough and catch it in your mouth, it is considered just fine.
As long as it is cooked over a charcoal fire
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Old 08-18-08, 04:02 PM   #15
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>>Real men don't eat anything<<

Fixed.

You're all too fat for this sport.
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Old 08-18-08, 04:06 PM   #16
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Mmm... I have a recipe made with swiss cheese and half and half that men say they would kill for.
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>>Real men don't eat anything<<

Fixed.

You're all too fat for this sport.
This thread is about cooking. Are you saying I'm too fat to cook?
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This thread is about cooking. Are you saying I'm too fat to cook?
Don't you know you absorb calories by touching the food?
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Quiche is fabulous.
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Quiche is just an omelete that takes too long to make.
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More correctly, quiche is a zesty custard which becomes an exercise in patience.
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new mexico spoon bread.

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