Mark pitted the cherries which is a big job even with the little cherry chomper.
5 large eggs
3/4 cup milk (soy or almond works fine)
2 cups shredded cheese (I like fontina and/or havarti)
then, add what you have in the refrigerator, such as: chopped drained cooked veggies; chopped left over slices of deli meat, roast chicken, cooked ground beef or seafood. Use your imagination and leftovers)
1 9" pie shell (my recipe is on the 07/18/10 blog)
Preheat over to 350 degrees Fahrenheit
Beat eggs in large mixing bowl
Add filling and milk and mix well
Pour mixture in prepared pie shell
Place quiche on cookie sheet and bake on the middle oven rack for 45-50 minutes; or until top is browned and a knife inserted comes out clean
Serve with fresh green salad and a few pieces of fruit.
Here are pictures of the potatoes, beets, carrots and greens from the garden.
If you recall, I planted my potatoes in the tank bed this year and I experimented with planting the traditional way in the ground and the Ruth Stout way of on laying the potato on the ground covered with mulch. The Ruth Stout method wins hands down. It's so easy to harvest by just lifting the mulch.
Here are some pictures of this years early garden...
|Looking south from the sweet potato and leek bed|
|The roses are still in bloom; this one is so fragrant -|
David Austin's Scepter'd Isle English rose