Monday, March 8, 2010

French lunch with a girlfriend

A lot of time i invite a girlfriend over and i make lunch for us. I usually make something French. I go simple too, because i don't want it to be a drag.  
Here is Tommy. He is very distant and not really a lover BUT, he will come and stay by me when i am on the computer. 



I love the quiche recipe, if you had quiche at Mimi's cafe or Thankgiving Point in Utah, it doesn't come even close. THIS IS the real stuff and it smells and taste like Paris....Like my Mom's kitchen...Ahhhhh it takes me back there. It is so good!!!



Cheese, bacon and onion quiche


  1. Pastry pie crust, mad or frozen.
  2. 1tbsp Dijon mustard.
  3. 6 bacon slices, cooked and cut in small pieces.
  4. 1 onion, chopped.
  5. 3 eggs.
  6. 1 cup sour cream
  7. 1/4 milk.
  8. 5 slices Suisse cheese, cut in small pieces.
  9. salt and pepper to taste.
Preheat oven at 400 F. Cut onion in small pieces, brown in non stick pan. If bacon is not cooked, cook before onions, take out of pan and brown onions in second. 

In bowl put together, eggs, milk and sour cream, cheese and salt, pepper. Dijon Mustard. beat together until well blended. Add bacon and onion.


Put the whole thing in pastry shell.
Bake until the top is golden and firm.


 

Slice, Serve with salad, tomatoes.




Take out your pretty dishes for your girlfriend.....Those need to be used not only stared at. LOL.

Enjoy some time with a friend and this French dish this week.
I am still working on my accessory line, i will talk about it tomorrow.
Good night or morning (In France)
Gros bisous.
Frenchy

25 comments:

Bonnie @ House of Grace said...

thanks, i thought that i did!!!

Jenglamgirl said...

lUNCH IS ALWAYS fun with a friend. THIS DISH SOUND DELISH.. thanks for sharing!!!

Dustjacket Attic said...

Oh what a pretty cat, I love the look of your recipe. Delish!
xxx

Julie Harward said...

This does look wonderful....I will make this..thank you! :D

Kim - Easy French Food said...

Bonjour - This is my first visit to your blog. I so much like how you advise getting out the good dishes for the girlfriend lunch. That is very French to me. Your cat looks an awful lot like mine, who was born in Guyane. (Mine thinks he is a human because he never had his real mother.) Hope to be back for another visit. Merci pour votre acceuil.

Ronda Laveen said...

What a good kitty to stay with you while you are on the computer.

Le Chateau des fleurs said...

Kim. How do i contact you, i don't tweet and you don't have an E mail adresse on your website. Yes, it is French, we have a culture of using everything we have and not have things only for "looking at it".

KathyB. said...

I have just got to stop reading recipes with pictures this late at night ( or early in the morning)because I am so hungry now.

I am hoping this comment goes through without that irritating mailer daemon returning it to me like the last few, many comments I have left!

Le Chateau des fleurs said...

Blogspot had this problem with comments. I actually got error messages a lot and have 2 comments stuck in my dashboard....Oh well.

Bonjour Madame said...

Your friends are very lucky! It looks delicious.

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

JUST FABUOUS! There is nothing like REAL French food my dear!

Bisous, Anita

BonjourRomance said...

Bonjour Frenchy,
This quiche recipe sounds so good and easy - the perfect combination.
I agree, use the pretty dishes!

The Whispering Creek House said...

hello there,im so glad to meet you here in blogland! thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving such a nice comment..looking forward to getting to know you better! come again. i would love to have ya!

Tracy said...

What lucky friends you have!! It would be a treat to get to come to your home for lunch!!

Thanks for sharing the recipe!

AM from White House, Black Shutters said...

Wow, this quiche sounds amazing! I have a feeling I'll be making this during the week. ;) And your house is absolutely beautiful!

Thanks for your kind comments and for following me I'm following you and look forward to browsing your blog!

-Ann Marie

roxy said...

Thanks for the quiche recipe. It looks lovely. I'm really excited to learn more about your accessory line.

cityfarmer said...

ah, I must get right on this for our weekend breakfast ...with champagne, of course ... cheers

...i want my kitchen to smell just like mama's

Kiki said...

Wow..sooo lovely! It looks beautiful! I am happy you shared this special recipe!! Yay! Fabulous! And great photos too..yum yum!
Kiki~

daisychain said...

Ohh I've been looking for a new quiche recipe..

Red Lipstick Style said...

I love quiche dishes, vegetarian ;) however my fiance likes meat. Although he knows he has to add it separate if he wants it. Yours looks 100% better than Mimi's! I don't think that place is too healthy to begin with! I much prefer home cooking, you know what you are getting. Thank you for sharing this ;)

Hope Filled Living said...

Thanks for the recipe! I can't wait to try it. Yummy!

Farmgirl Paints said...

Yummy:) Thanks for sharing your recipe.

It was nice to "meeting" you today. I love that I have a friend in Paris. How cool is that?

Ping said...

Hi! Thanks for sharing the recipe as I was looking for another quiche recipe. What fun to have lunch with a girlfriend. Need to do that often.
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iamchasingthirty said...

Oh how I LOVE quiche. Yours looks beautiful AND scrumptious. So excited to have stumbled upon your blog btw. Yay:)

Katie P said...

Love this quiche recipe! Found you on New Friend Friday, the blog is great! Love it!

Check mine out too :)
~Katie P
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