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Monday, November 21, 2016

LEA'S SUPERLATIVE QUICHE

Question Of The Week 11-21-16

If we came to your house for dinner what would you prepare for us?
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Blogger Granny Annie said...
I am not much of a domestic goddess. One of my coworkers gave me a recipe for quiche and I served it to a special guest many years ago. It was the biggest hit of any meal I ever prepared so if time a patience is required, I will make Lea's Superlative Quiche. Otherwise I heat up something good from Schwans Online Delivery Service:-)
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Blogger LL Cool Joe said...
I wouldn't, I don't cook. :D
7:26 AM
Blogger Changes in the wind said...
Pork tenderloin...a favorite of mine.
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Blogger Tabor said...
It depends on the season...summer is seafood and crabs if you are not allergic. Fall is root vegetables and some roast perhaps, winter is whatever mood I am in but probably a pasta dish and spring is all that fresh stuff and lamb. Having written this, I also do a lot of Asian style cooking. Yep, I am a foodie. By the way, I deleted the Gut Punch entry and will see if that helps with all of my posts!!! Thanks for your testing.
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Blogger Alan Ginocchio said...
Vienna sausage on toast....
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Blogger Silver Willow said...
I lost my domestic goddess, entertaining muse qualities in the past decade or so. I'm enjoying being the guest now at family events, instead of hosting.

We'd probably grill steaks. :)
10:42 AM
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Blogger Birdie said...
Probably spaghetti. Or a roast. Or tacos.
11:40 AM
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Blogger The Happy Whisk said...
Whatever you enjoyed eating. That's what I'd make for you.
11:44 AM
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Blogger Olga Hebert said...
It would depend on the occasion, the time of year, and the tastes of the guests. I enjoy cooking for others.
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Blogger Elephant's Child said...
I am with Olga here. And, since I am vegetarian and my partner is not, there is always a choice.
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Blogger Lynn said...
This: https://smittenkitchen.com/2013/01/lentil-soup-with-sausage-chard-and-garlic/ Lentil soup with sausage, chard and garlic. So good. And my great aunt's "Tennessee" cornbread, with butter. Yum.
1:22 PM
  Arkansas Patti said...
I would go with my new favorite of salmon, roasted new potatoes and kale chips. If fish were not your dish then I would substitute pork tenderloin rolled in a mixture of Italian bread crumbs, olive oil and roasted.
6:30 PM
Blogger Louvregirl said...
Probably eggplant parmesan (with eggplant from our garden; it is one of my husband's specialties) with bruschetta and good wine. Might sneak in a squash casserole dish as it is also one of his specialties. If I cooked, and you were so inclined, I make 'killer' seafood chowder (pink or red) or seafood jambalaya (rice dish.) Our best dish (I think) is Anthony Bourdain's recipe from an (old) Italian women: Ragu with pasta (which includes about 5 different kinds of meat in it; including rolled, tied beef stuffed with currents!) To DIE for. Authentic. :-) We would like to start an informal, rotating supper club in our home, actually.

lg
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Blogger Brig said...
A steak, medium rare, topped with sauteed in butter, green onions, mushrooms, bell pepper, and tomatoes... yum
10:55 AM
 Blogger River said...
It would depend on what you like and whether or not I know how to cook what you like. If you're not fussy at all, that makes things easier. Beef potroast in winter, with mashed potatoes and a green vegetable, apple pie for dessert; chicken schnitzel and salad in the summer, ice cream and canned fruit for dessert.
Or we could go out for pizza.
12:50 AM


Blogger Lee said...
Oh, the choices are many.

If you like seafood, I'd put on a large platter of fresh Queensland seafood; or seafood as a starter (entree as we call it here in Australia) followed by the best piece of fillet cooked to your liking served with hasselback potatoes, mushrooms, a red wine sauce and a side salad made from homegrown produce.

And perhaps a delicious rich chocolate dessert of some sort...served with whipped cream and/or homemade ice cream!
4:15 PM
 Blogger cube said...
My eldest loved my chicken parmesan very much and had it as her birthday meal for many years. She tried the dish in many other places and she swore up and down that mine was the best she'd ever had. I also make a mean red bean soup that both of my girls swear is out of this world. Now, I ask you, is it really my cooking, or am I brainwashing my girls ;)
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18 comments:

  1. I am not much of a domestic goddess. One of my coworkers gave me a recipe for quiche and I served it to a special guest many years ago. It was the biggest hit of any meal I ever prepared so if time a patience is required, I will make Lea's Superlative Quiche. Otherwise I heat up something good from Schwans Online Delivery Service:-)

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  2. I wouldn't, I don't cook. :D

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  3. Pork tenderloin...a favorite of mine.

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  4. It depends on the season...summer is seafood and crabs if you are not allergic. Fall is root vegetables and some roast perhaps, winter is whatever mood I am in but probably a pasta dish and spring is all that fresh stuff and lamb. Having written this, I also do a lot of Asian style cooking. Yep, I am a foodie. By the way, I deleted the Gut Punch entry and will see if that helps with all of my posts!!! Thanks for your testing.

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  5. Vienna sausage on toast....

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  6. I lost my domestic goddess, entertaining muse qualities in the past decade or so. I'm enjoying being the guest now at family events, instead of hosting.

    We'd probably grill steaks. :)

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  7. Probably spaghetti. Or a roast. Or tacos.

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  8. Whatever you enjoyed eating. That's what I'd make for you.

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  9. It would depend on the occasion, the time of year, and the tastes of the guests. I enjoy cooking for others.

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  10. I am with Olga here. And, since I am vegetarian and my partner is not, there is always a choice.

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  11. This: https://smittenkitchen.com/2013/01/lentil-soup-with-sausage-chard-and-garlic/ Lentil soup with sausage, chard and garlic. So good. And my great aunt's "Tennessee" cornbread, with butter. Yum.

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  12. I would go with my new favorite of salmon, roasted new potatoes and kale chips. If fish were not your dish then I would substitute pork tenderloin rolled in a mixture of Italian bread crumbs, olive oil and roasted.

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  13. Probably eggplant parmesan (with eggplant from our garden; it is one of my husband's specialties) with bruschetta and good wine. Might sneak in a squash casserole dish as it is also one of his specialties. If I cooked, and you were so inclined, I make 'killer' seafood chowder (pink or red) or seafood jambalaya (rice dish.) Our best dish (I think) is Anthony Bourdain's recipe from an (old) Italian women: Ragu with pasta (which includes about 5 different kinds of meat in it; including rolled, tied beef stuffed with currents!) To DIE for. Authentic. :-) We would like to start an informal, rotating supper club in our home, actually.

    lg

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  14. A steak, medium rare, topped with sauteed in butter, green onions, mushrooms, bell pepper, and tomatoes... yum

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  15. It would depend on what you like and whether or not I know how to cook what you like. If you're not fussy at all, that makes things easier. Beef potroast in winter, with mashed potatoes and a green vegetable, apple pie for dessert; chicken schnitzel and salad in the summer, ice cream and canned fruit for dessert.
    Or we could go out for pizza.

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  16. Oh, the choices are many.

    If you like seafood, I'd put on a large platter of fresh Queensland seafood; or seafood as a starter (entree as we call it here in Australia) followed by the best piece of fillet cooked to your liking served with hasselback potatoes, mushrooms, a red wine sauce and a side salad made from homegrown produce.

    And perhaps a delicious rich chocolate dessert of some sort...served with whipped cream and/or homemade ice cream!

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  17. My eldest loved my chicken parmesan very much and had it as her birthday meal for many years. She tried the dish in many other places and she swore up and down that mine was the best she'd ever had. I also make a mean red bean soup that both of my girls swear is out of this world. Now, I ask you, is it really my cooking, or am I brainwashing my girls ;)

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  18. I am not a good cook. I think I'd order out some sushi for you to try. :-) Or maybe some Broasted Chicken from Zippy's. Yum... Decadent food.

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