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February 4, 2011


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mmmm looks scrummy!
In the UK we have soccer instead of football and my boyfriend is obsessed but i have literally no idea of all the rules...

Oh, my! I'm salivating...

Nothing better than spinach artichoke {quiche}-- can't wait to try this.

Thanks for sharing!

I *will* be making this. For sure. :)

I rarely comment on blogs, I just read. But you are really starting to become my favorite food blogger, woman.
Very nice.

Holy Moly. Can't some smart person somewhere create eaternet so we can sample your creations? This looks heavenly.

Ohhhh, this looks so delicious! I want to make it this weekend. Mouth watering!!

Mmmmm looks delicious! I love spinach, I love artichoke and I love quiche, so I definitely will be making this! Thanks for sharing!

This. Looks. Amazing!!

Thank you for the recipe!
And, pssst, I don't get football either.

Practically every time I go to a restaurant I order spinach and artichoke dip. So as of right now this is the best thing I've seen in a while.

yummmm! i'm definitely making this asap. haha, i have no idea how football works, either. i'd rather eat the snacks than watch the game :)

this looks amazing. i don't think i'd want to share.

Looks delicious. And for the record, you're not alone, I don't understand football either :)

This was my dinner last night. And my breakfast this morning.
Emma, you wonderful woman, I applaud you!

have you ever made quiche with a hash brown crust? my husband has Celiac (no gluten allowed!) and hash brown quiches have been my savior. i grate 2 small potatoes, toss with melted butter and salt/pepper, then press into the pie pan and bake for about a half an hour before filling it and completing the quiche.

it makes for a really great breakfast/brunch/dinner/etc. and reduces the risk of the dreaded soggy crust!

I made this on Saturday and it was PERFECT! Thanks Emma for showing a "cook-a-phobe" how to do "from scratch" the easy way!

I've got this little fella cooking in the oven as I write this. I was a bit bummed because my crust collapsed while I was prehooking it. Any tips?

oh gosh I'm hungry..I love love love TORTE SALATE (that's the translation for QUICHE!)...ah, just check my blog main page: you deserved a special place!

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I'm a man, I'm not gay, and I don't get football either. But this quiche sure looks yummy and as I am in possession of a jar of artichoke hearts and some spinach so thought I would give it a try. fortunately I have all the other ingredients as well. Some other recipes called for items I did not have - pine nuts for instance; Not even sure what those are let along having them on hand. Thanks

Looks delicious! The only change I would make is to add crumbled bacon. But that's because I love bacon. And it goes so well with potatoes!

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