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Old 01-31-2011, 06:07 AM   #51
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Originally Posted by Zhizara View Post
My toothache subsided for awhile, so I went ahead and made my quiche. It was so easy.

I had looked up a bunch of quiche recipes, and noticed that the ratio of milk to eggs was pretty varied so i guessed that I had wiggle room.

I made a Bisquick crust, pressed up the sides of my little casserole dish.

I put grated Swiss cheese down as the bottom layer as cheese on the bottom is supposed to eliminate soggy crust.

Next some drained, thawed spinach. I just put down dollops all around, then some

cream cheese dollops between those of the spinach.

Another layer Swiss cheese.

I like the cottage cheese topping from my Hamburger Onion Pie recipe, so I mixed about a cup of cottage cheese with 4 eggs and spread it all over the pie.

It was wonderful.

The crust was 1/2"+ biscuit, nice and tender and done perfectly.

And, I DID forget the Nutmeg, even though I took it out and put it on the counter.

I'm going to nuke some shortly for breakfast and I'll try a sprinkle of nutmeg then.
I'm so glad you got a bit of relief and a proper dinner to eat Z! I think I will have a meatball for breakfast!! LOL

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Old 01-31-2011, 11:14 AM   #52
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I did the Chocolate Challenge! My meal with pictures is located here.

I am impressed !!! I don't even like chocolate but hubby does.I noticed you didn't let chocolate take over the meal awesome !!


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Old 01-31-2011, 08:44 PM   #53
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very cool
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Old 01-31-2011, 10:21 PM   #54
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Originally Posted by Josie1945 View Post
I am impressed !!! I don't even like chocolate but hubby does.I noticed you didn't let chocolate take over the meal awesome !!

I had a blast making it. Presentation is a weak area for me, so I spent time considering food that would look pretty on its own. I like chocolate, but did not want to have a sweet chocolate flavor throughout. Making some of the dishes more intense than others and building flavors kept me from feeling burned out with chocolate by the time the very chocolaty dessert arrived.

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