Lil’Peckers: Hi. I have eaten quiche for four days in a row

<b>maybel knows fritattas are in the near future</b>

maybel knows fritattas are in the near future

Editor’s Note: This is Part Eleven of our ongoing series about theteet’s foray into the world of the chicken farmer. Descriptions are graphic.

Hi. I have eaten quiche for four days in a row.

yolks are orange in real life

yolks are orange in real life

 

 

Here’s the thing about eggs. They are delicious. I’m over the whole “eggs are chicken menstruation” thing — just in time, too, because we think that four of our chickens are laying. Which means we have four eggs waiting for us every day when we get home. That’s a lot of eggs.

Eggs used to be the thing I’d have on Sundays. Two of them, over easy, and that’s about the extent of it. But my spiral-bound cookbooks are revealing a whole new world to me — quiches, frittatas, strata, sauces, skillets, casseroles and omelets galore. Plus, eggs can be used in baking! and meringues!

They really are incredible!

I used 16 of them on Sunday to bake 2 spinach quiches, (That’s a total of 18 circumference inches of quiche) and god bless my co-workers, because they’ve put up with smell of it for three workdays. I think I just finished the last of it. There’s nothing wrong with cream, bacon and cheese, in my opinion.

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  • http://meryl321.livejournal.com/ Meryl Williams

    That sounds surprisingly good. Something tells me your homemade quiche is a little better than Panera’s.

  • Anonymous

    Amen to that, sistafriend. Quiches are awesome, and they freeze really well. I went on a quiche-making bend earlier this year and made somewhere between 6 and 12. I lost count, but I still have some in my freezer and they are still awesome. They thaw pretty quickly, too.

  • mandy

    Amen to that, sistafriend. Quiches are awesome, and they freeze really well. I went on a quiche-making bend earlier this year and made somewhere between 6 and 12. I lost count, but I still have some in my freezer and they are still awesome. They thaw pretty quickly, too.

    Crap, forgot my name (sorry if this posts twice)

  • http://www.popquizkid.net kara

    It’s 1am, and now I want an omelet.

    On an unrelated note (!), I’m bestowing upon you (I feel like there should be horns blowing, or maidens kneeling, or something) the “Beautiful Blog” award! Check out my latest post for details. :)

  • http://yousosaucy.blogspot.com jonnsy

    I’ve yet to taste your wonder-quiches.

    when you gonna hook me up?!