So… yeah… it’s been a while. There are some BIG changes coming up in the next two months that hopefully allow me to post a bit more consistently – I hope. I figured that I would pop in, say hello with a quick quiche recipe, then head on my merry way.
If you follow me on Instagram, then you saw the delicious looking quiche recipe that I posted last night. Though we are trying to be as plant-based as possible in our household, I’ve been making an effort to clean out our pantry/fridge/freezer and found a long lost half-pack of bacon. Combine that with the fact that we haven’t collected eggs from our two chickens in nearly a week (yes… only two chickens at the moment), it sounded like the perfect time for a quiche.
We don’t put lights out in the chicken coop during the winter to encourage our chickens to lay, so they may be some of the last eggs we will get until next spring. The weather outside is growing cooler and cooler – and I love it! We have so many projects that we have started around the house (inside and outside) and these cooler days with allow us to work on those projects.
Fun fact: The last time that I made a quiche was way back in 2014 and it used ham, chive blossom peals, cheese, and backyard asparagus. Maybe I’ll dig that recipe out as well.
I don’t know why it took me 4 years to make another quiche. A quiche is a great way to use up leftover ingredients in your kitchen and it always comes together so easily (and deliciously). You’ll notice that this quiche is pretty green – I used a LOT of spinach as a way to get that extra green into our diets (and as a way to not have leftover spinach in the fridge). I fixed this quiche for dinner, but you can fix it for any meal!
Another fun fact: I’ve started posting videos up on YouTube as well! I thought that would be a fun way to publish some of my content!