Sunday is not only a perfect day for baking bread (as previous posts have documented), but also for making a quiche. This Sunday we documented the process for our LPE readers.

First, you gather ingredients. Besides eggs, cheese, and milk (which are required), broccoli and nutmeg are a great starting point:

Then you prepare the crust. Store-bought frozen crusts suffice. Cover the top with some foil, and then cover the foil with rice (seriously… to keep the bottom from rising up). Then stick it in the oven for 12 minutes at 425. It might look like this:

Then mix up all of the other stuff. Maybe 5 eggs, 1.5 cups of milk, 1.5 cups of cheese, garlic, spices (nutmeg, paprika, salt, and pepper). Then line the bottom of the crust with broccoli and pour in the mixture. Bake for 30-40 minutes at 325 and you get this!

It will be so good that even a hand shaped like a monkey will not be able to resist. Or a hand shaped like a pot holder/oven mitt of any stripe. Just not a normal hand, because the tin will be very hot.

Sunday’s effort was especially good, I think it had to do with whipping the egg batter an extra few minutes to make it extra fluffy.

Oh, and Sunday morning when I was walking Gordon I found $10! Truly! Not a quarter or even $5, but $10!?! Here’s the proof:

And guess what I did with it? I turned it into $10 worth of quarters. And then spent those quarters. On laundry.

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