27 responses

  1. Judy
    November 6, 2009

    The images were so enticing I nearly fell off my chair!

    What a beautiful post, and I am completely 100% behind the breakfast-for-dinner idea.
    (I just had cereal for lunch and it was worth it.)

    Love the step by step detail!
    .-= Judy´s last blog ..3 minute noodles and a brief chronology of food =-.

  2. Grace
    November 6, 2009

    When I saw these pictures I couldn’t help but get entirely too excited about the fact that I had FINALLY found a quiche recipe that my husband might actually eat….

    I admit, most of my quiche recipes have a lot of “greenery” and are a bit heavy on the egg component…and my husband is not so much a fan. But then, like an answer to an unspoken wish, there it was – your fully-loaded quiche recipe with peameal bacon! I’m looking forward to testing it out on him (once we move and have a kitchen to call our own that is….)

    • admin
      November 6, 2009

      Grace, I’m so glad I could help. There’s nothing like converting people over to our side. Enjoy the recipe, it is very good, if I do say so myself!

  3. Danielle
    November 6, 2009

    I adore the crust for this quiche!!! I adore this quiche!
    I think I’m in love ;).

    PS-How do you get this cool thing on your comment box that shows the posters latest recipe? It’s really cool!
    .-= Danielle´s last blog ..Louisianna Chicken Big Mamou =-.

    • admin
      November 6, 2009

      Danielle, thank you! And the Comment Luv is a WordPress Plugin…just giving back to those who give to me.

  4. Miriam/The Winter Guest
    November 6, 2009

    Quiches are such a versatile dish, you can throw nearly anything in! I make them very often, they’re a crowd pleaser at home. Love the rosemary in the crust, great idea.
    .-= Miriam/The Winter Guest´s last blog ..Buñuelos de Todos los Santos or All Saints beignets =-.

  5. Aimee
    November 6, 2009

    We’re big quiche fans around here. I’m loving your crust, though; nice twist on the usually boring.
    .-= Aimee´s last blog ..UtHC Virtual Jam Swap ’09 Round-up! =-.

  6. Mathea
    November 6, 2009

    Good grief, it might just be midday hunger talking but that looks like the most delicious quiche on the planet… yum!
    .-= Mathea´s last blog ..Enter the Dragon Fruit =-.

    • admin
      November 6, 2009

      Thanks Mathea, it was awfully good, even the next day for lunch.

  7. Shelly
    November 6, 2009

    Yum! I will never get sick of eggs and I think breakfast is a great choice for any time of the day (including at 4PM after a long night of partying).
    .-= Shelly´s last blog ..How Sweet It Is Sweet Potato Lasagne =-.

  8. Alta
    November 6, 2009

    Wow, I am so loving that crust – of course, the rest of the stuff in the quiche looks amazing too! Yum!

  9. The Chickenless Chick
    November 6, 2009

    Beautiful colors! And lovin’ the rosemary crust.
    .-= The Chickenless Chick´s last blog ..Nutella and Lemon Curd Sandwich Cookies =-.

  10. Atalaya
    November 6, 2009

    This must be so good someone posted it on Tastespotting twice.

  11. Trish Oleary
    November 6, 2009

    This looks amazing!! My hubby LOVES quiche. I will be making this tomorrow, thanks for sharing:-)
    .-= Trish Oleary´s last blog ..Hello world! =-.

  12. Anne LaRocque
    November 9, 2009

    Hi Liz, my mouth started watering reading your recipe and looking at your wonderful pics. Quiche has always been a favorite of mine but I think I like your recipe better than all the ones I’ve tried. I think I’ll try it tonight.

    • admin
      November 9, 2009

      I hope you like it Anne! It’s delicious!

  13. Jadydangel
    November 10, 2009

    Holy Coronary… This looks rich and decadent and delicious!! (There is officially drool on my keyboard now.)

  14. marguerite
    November 10, 2009

    OMG that quiche looks amazing and the savory crust to die for!!

    Love your little avocado favicon!
    .-= marguerite´s last blog ..Toad in ‘a’ Hole or Toad in ‘the’ Hole? =-.

    • admin
      November 10, 2009

      No one’s ever noticed my favicon before, so thank you!

  15. kristy
    November 13, 2009

    Yeah, quiche is so versatile! And you’ve made it so inviting. Good job!

  16. Janice
    November 14, 2009

    Now that’s what I called a quiche done perfect!!! I love all the components and the crust looks so flavorful with the rosemary.
    .-= Janice´s last blog ..Soba Noodles with a Butter Garlic Sauce =-.

  17. Kristen
    January 23, 2014

    This looks delicious, do you have and almond flour crust recipe? I can’t wait to make this, looks like an easy sunday brunch recipe!

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