Yes, it is covered in Saran Wrap and partially eaten. I didn't think to take a pic until late in the game. Still, it looks stunning. I could have taken a better one, but all quiche pretty much looks the same. Plus, the plastic wrap is a great lead-in to my idea to start my own food blog- a blog about leftovers. Yes, I will eat something, refrigerate it, eat it again, then report on it. How about www.shitIateyesterdayand amnowsharingwiththeworld.blogspot.com. That is not a real link, so don't click it.
I have heard that is somehow effete for men to eat quiche, so maybe I should call it eggpie. Nope, I'm sticking with quiche. If you like quiche, you should give it a whirl. Here is what I did:
Preheat oven to 350F
Dice some pancetta (or bacon) and cook it until crisp
Dice 1/2 onion and add to pancetta
Dice up 1 small red pepper, add after onion is starting to become clear
Add three cloves of chopped garlic to pan- cook another three minutes
In a large bowl, whisk six eggs until whisk-erific
Add the following:
1/4 cup sour cream
A big squirt of spicy mustard
A handful of shredded cheese
The stuff from the pan (pancetta, onion, pepper, garlic)
A handful of chopped spinach
A cup of chopped steamed broccoli
I used a pre-made spelt pie crust, which was pretty good. Pour the stuff from the bowl into the crust. Cook for 45 minutes at 350F.
To me, quiche sounds like something that should be hard to make. It isn't. Trust me, if I did it a monkey could be enticed with a single ripe banana to do the same.