Saturday, March 03, 2012

Q is for quiche.
My favorite recipe to follow is from Julia Child. Honestly, who could do it better? This is the classic onion and cheese. I am not a huge fan of Swiss cheese, but I found a great white cheddar/Gruyere combo at Trader Joe's that is pretty tasty. A little salad on the side and you have a quick and easy dinner. In the morning, reheat the leftovers and serve with fresh fruit.
Okay - I have to do it . . . .
Q is also for quilting.
I have Sturbridge Stars on the frame. It will be on the guestroom bed before we know it.

24 comments:

sewprimitive karen said...

I keep forgetting you have a longarm. That is too cool. I have to say that Gruyere cheese is one of the best cheeses ever!!

Barb said...

oooh, that looks sooo good!
love those stacks of fabrics on the shelf.
Have fun quilting!

Kathy ... aka Nana said...

I love the shelves with fabric!

White cheddar and Gruyere sounds divine! There's no Trader Joe's anywhere near here ... but I'm going to go searching to see if any of our local grocery stores carry it.

Quilt Hollow said...

Of course Q is for quilting, I had no doubt? LOL Enjoy it!! Looking forward to R. Hee!!

Quilt Hollow said...

Of course Q is for quilting, I had no doubt? LOL Enjoy it!! Looking forward to R. Hee!!

Quilt Hollow said...

Of course Q is for quilting, I had no doubt? LOL Enjoy it!! Looking forward to R. Hee!!

WoolenSails said...

I made quiche once and it came out wonderfully, then I found out I had allergies to cheese. Love the quilt you are quilting, it will be gorgeous on the bed.

Debbie

Sue said...

That looks like a great recipe.

You quilting space looks wonderful!

Karen said...

It was last week, I think, when I realized that you were working your way through the alphabet with blog titles and themes. Slow, aren't I!

AnnieO said...

I love quiche! This looks yummy. Even better, I like an oven omelette with no crust to make or buy :)

Of course Q is for quilt! Congrats for getting that long arm going on your Sturbridge beauty.

Dawn said...

Yum and WOW.
Recipe looks like a sure winner - thanks for the cheese tip.
The quilt is fabulous and another great addition to your already stunning collection of finishes!

Paula TheQuilter said...

You threw me for a second there. I was thinking, "What? no quilting?" Then kept reading. Many moons ago I picked up a recipe for Sausage and Spinach Pie. Good, good. Then I realized that it is really a quiche.

Melanie said...

Love quiche....All kinds....Can't wait to see the quilt binded up...Enjoy the rest of the weekend...

Karen said...

Yummy all the way thru the house...from the kitchen to the quilting frame!! Good for you... btw...love Gruyere myself! nothing better than Julia and one of her recipes, except maybe checking off another finished quilt. You are amazing.

Shakerwood said...

I've never made quiche but have eaten it before ... yummy! I'm liking that big stack of folded fabrics, too! Looks like a big pile of homespuns!!

Dixie said...

Your quiche looks amazing and how yummy with salad or fresh fruit! We picked up some cheddar chees with lavender flowers in it that I want to try in a quiche. I think I'll make it when the girls come over as I have a feeling it won't be hubby's thing. Probably better make some burgers too...Can't wait to see your Sturbridge Stars finish - it looks wonderful already!

Lori said...

Happy quilting! I know it will be wonderful!!

Linnie Quilts said...

We LOVE quiche and make it often. Use whatever veggies are on hand and different cheeses ~ love the variety of results. I use refrigerated piecrusts because they are quick, easy and always available. Can't wait to see the Sturbridge quilt completed. It's beautiful!

Quilter Kathy said...

Wow...that's a big quilting machine!

Kathie said...

love the quilt on the frame, beautiful
oh and the stacks of fabric on the shelves I want to come over and go thru them!
Kathie

Rachel said...

MMMMM mmm mmmm, your Sturbridge Stars quilt is beautiful!

deb said...

yummy on both the Quiche and the quilt!!!!!

Colleen formerly of South Africa said...

Love the things you share...I am so behind on catching up on blogs...and certainly not posting much.

Linda in NC said...

Yum, Sturbridge Stars; I'm am looking forward to seeing how you quilt it. I've always loved that block.

Gruyere is just the best, so versatile, and not at all like typical American-style "Swiss" cheese.