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Monday, October 29, 2018

Good Monday Morning

Up early.  Got things to take care of today but first some good ole orange juice and a slice of quiche for breakfast.
I used 4 eggs, heavy whipping cream, half and half. Tab of butter, marbled colby and white cheese with some sun dried tomato.  My favorite spice always is dill. Oh yes, dill went in there along with salt, pepper with nutmeg sprinkled on top. 

Gosh it was good. 


Took this shot the other day of my front yard with tree shadows on the lawn. Well, I say lawn, but it's a lot of weeds too. 
Lovely watering cans spread about.

Happy Monday

10 comments:

  1. Hi There, We've been traveling --so (now that we are home for a few days), I posted some of the Fall Colors we found last week in North Carolina. Here at home, we are finally seeing a little color --but not nearly as much as we usually see in October....

    Your quiche looks and sounds delicious... Think I'd want TWO pieces... ha

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  2. I am a great fan of quiche, yours looks scrumptious.

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  3. That quiche sounds wonderful for breakfast and I really like your glowing pumpkin. Also the spooky header!

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  4. Boy does that quiche look wonderful, Betsy! Great shadows on your lovely home. Have a lovely week. ♥

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  5. Betsy, that sure looks good and love the shot of your home. Great header photo. Perfect timing..xxoJudy

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  6. Your quiche looks delicious :)

    All the best Jan

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  7. I rarely make quiche however I do love it! When I used to work at a clinic in Iowa the girl who was the head of HR bought the most delicious quiche to share and I became I quiche lover at that moment. I like all the Fall decor around your house.

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  8. Dearest Betsy,
    Sounds like a very rich and good tasting quiche.
    Lucky if you still can enjoy that kind of food without having health issues.
    Both of us are not allowed to eat cheese or whipped cream and NO salt.
    It sure makes cooking a lot harder as there is already so much sodium in most ingredients.
    Yes, DILL is a yummy herb and I love it too.
    Sending you hugs and stay cozy. We're still in the middle of our bathroom renovation.
    Six men working on it and the tiles are getting in, the floor will get done maybe this afternoon...
    Looking forward to a CLEAN home again!
    Sending you hugs,
    Mariette

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