Monday, January 31, 2005

Glorious Quiche Lorraine, home-style, a la Bocuse; I wish you could smell this! Posted by Hello

8 comments:

Gama said...

I love Quiche, we have a restaurant actaully they're a chain, it's called La Madeline they have one of the best quiche in Houston.

Gama said...

The link is on. thank you for letting me do that.

SD said...

hi russell, this looks like a "sinful batch of yum" if ever I saw one. ( ; thanks for your kind comment regarding my blog and yes, I would be delighted if you wanted to link. thanks again and all the best! kp www.tallulahboots.blogspot.com

niki said...

Hi Russell!Thanks for posting a comment on my blog!
I have never eaten Quiche. But my mouth watered when I saw the picture. It is not very nice to do that to me. I eat a lot and I love eating(I am actually very thin, too thin for my hight, I put on weight very hard) and that Quiche looks delicious. Can I have a piece next time you make some? :)
I will come back to see more of your blog.

Russell Ragsdale said...

Sure niki. I'd cook up a special batch for you anytime! I also like Istambul, although it is a long way from Almaty. Enjoyed your blog!

sarx said...

I can only agree with kp, Quiche is a delight anytime of the day or night. Thanks for your comment on the Mac. I am looking forward to the Mac experience whenever it may come. BTW, even though it is only a hobby, I do really enjoy cooking. I am making my customary Valintine's meal for my bride. This year it will be Chardonay Clam Linguine, Ceaser Salad, Torono bread, and for dessert a Dark Chocolate Bread Pudding with Orange Sauce and Red Berries. I plan on serving a decent late harvest Riesling with the dessert.

I checked out some pictures of Kazakhstan and from what little I saw the geography is, simply put, astonishingly beautiful. My wife and I have traveled extensively in Europe, Western Asia, Northern Africa, and the States. My wife is Ukranian, first generation American, and both of us love to travel. Although for the last several years we have stayed put and have been enjoying our Ozark farm in South Central Missouri. Well, forgive me as I have a tendency to go "on and on". I will close with a wish for all good things to come your way.

Anonymous Poet said...

If I give you my address, will you send me some? Then I can smell it.

Russell Ragsdale said...

It is better fresh from the oven when it is dangerously aromatic. The flash point of salavation says I in my best mixed metaphore tone! Besides it is still somewhat souffled then. It is really better to bake one there then send it to you.