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Thursday, December 28, 2006

78. Bacon & Mushroom quiche with an Egg

It was with great pleasure that I agreed to cook for Kris's directors at The Substation for their board meeting. I was asked to do something "Christmas-y" and so decided a quiche and logcake combo would do great. It was a hit!

The quiche pastry was thin and savory and the filling, fluffy and generous. I stuffed fried bacon and button mushrooms in it along with whole eggs in each segment. Delish! There was an extra slice and was shared amongst the office staff - of whom I happened to be mingling with - So I got a bite!


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