Saturday, 10 August 2013

Bring it On


Let Quiche Wars begin

37 comments:

  1. Nice ! Up early saddo ?

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  2. A man goes into a restaurant and is seated. All the waitresses are gorgeous. A particularly voluptuous waitress wearing a very short skirt comes to his table and asks, "What would you like, sir?"
    He looks at the menu and then scans her beautiful frame top to bottom, then answers, "A quickie."

    The waitress turns and walks away in disgust. After she regains her composure she returns and asks again, "What would you like, sir?" Again the man thoroughly checks her out and again answers, "A quickie, please."

    This time her anger takes over, she reaches over and slaps him across the face with a resounding "SMACK!" and storms away.

    A man sitting at the next table leans over and whispers, "Um, Pal, I think it's pronounced 'quiche'.

    Sorry.....

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    1. Man walks into a pub and asks for a 'double-entendre', so the barmaid gave him one.

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  3. Best of luck. It looks good to my virginal quiche baking eyes.

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  4. Don't worry, I'll spray some Pledge in Terry's when he's not looking seeing as he's into that sort of thing... ;-)

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  5. Looks very very tasty...good luck.

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  6. yes i suppose you know Real Men don't eat "quiche". LOL!

    happy saturday! your Majesty! LOL!

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  7. THE EARS HAVE JUST FELL OFF MY CARROT DACHSHUND! Arghhhhhhhhhhh!!!!

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  8. I hope you prayed to the goddess of soggy bottoms!!!

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    1. Saint Mary of the Berry!

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    2. Cro beat me to it!
      I was hoping you had checked that you had not got a soggy bottom !!

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  9. Oh, that looks like a winning quiche if ever I saw one. You're entered in quite a few catagories, aren't you John ? I'll have my fingers crossed for you ....... Great British Bake Off is back next week !! XXXX

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  10. 'Good luck with your quiche... Lorraine!'

    In order to win, offer to sleep with the judges... it's always worked for me.

    LLX

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  11. A champion quiche.
    Have a great day!

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  12. No, don't 'bring it on', bring it home - to me.

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  13. Good luck. I'm usually the judge at our local gardening club's cookery section at the annual show, so hope it tastes as good as it looks.

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  14. Well I think it looks deliciou John and would definitely give you the prize - if you do lose a mark it might me from that rather uneven edge of pastry - judges can be so pernickety. Good luck with the whole day - and i do hope the rain keeps off.

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  15. Clearly the winner!
    Cheers Peter

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  16. May the Force be with you, Master! A prize-winning specimen if ever I saw one!
    GOOD LUCK x

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  17. Well, where is the competition?

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  18. Oh god, you've done it now, I have to make one, it looks so good.
    Briony
    x

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  19. Looks good. Think it could be quiche time tomorrow in Oz.

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  20. go gettem john!!! that quiche looks good to me!

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  21. Not a fan of the quiche but it looks lovely. Best of luck.

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  22. I love quiche....and that one looks wonderful! Luck be with you...

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  23. I'm pacing up and down now...butterflies are dancing in my stomach...
    For God's sake,WHO WON???
    Jane x

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  24. Good luck...not that you need it!

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  25. Ze quiche - she eez bootyful!

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  26. One of my favs is Quiche !

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  27. I spy a winner!!

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  28. I love quiche almost as much as I love Scotch eggs!

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  29. Your quiche looks lovely but has it got a soggy bottom? What I do is blind-bake the case for about ten minutes, then take it out of the oven and brush it thoroughly with beaten egg, and put it back in the oven for three or four more minutes (you may want to protect the edges with tin foil if they're getting a bit brown). The egg effectively varnishes the crust so that the filling can't soak in and make it soggy, and also any left-over beaten egg can be added to the filling.

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  30. Your quiche looks delicious, but seeing as I can't smell or taste it, I am enjoying the ensuing comments even more.

    Bonne chance, mon ami!

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  31. (waits by the interweb portals for a slice...)

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