A bunch of artichokes seems a large portion for 2p, but there is a lot of waste. I love the super fresh baby artichokes in every way: raw, cooked, fried or grilled. Eat them as fresh as possible. Today I have 5 babies. Remove the harder outer leaves, the sharp ends. If they are fresh, … More An elegant quiche with artichokes
20 years ago quiches became really popular. Different varieties of pies in combination with a large salad for a large group of eaters were easy to prepare in advance and are still an excellent way to please everyone.The only disadvantage remains that you can easily eat a lot of kcal without feeling overloaded, but I … More Now and again a quiche….
Aragon is Oskars first best friend. They are really cute together. Aragon is supposed to be a real truffle dog, but is not intrested to explore our garden. Oskar is a natural talent and inspires me to create recipes with summer truffle. Today’s lunch is a quiche, made with usual and unusual ingredients. Start with … More Ladies lunch, puppies play mates
Last weekend we invited our dear Italian friends for a dinner. I have to admit, I wanted to impress with non Italian recipes. We were only 6 and I cooked for 10, knowing that leftovers could be used in another version. The buffet will be explained in other blog posts. Our dinner tonight is a … More Last weekend I let myself go in cooking too much food
Filo pastry pure is less fat than puff pastry, but to put the layers together you need some fat which can be limited and be ‘good’ fat such as olive oil. Anyway, there will probably not be an important difference because you need a few layers to create a solid quiche. Filo is a nice … More Filo pastry or puff pastry for a quiche?