Thursday, May 7, 2009


OK, I have never made this type of quiche before, I usually make a crustless quiche. I figured, how hard could it be, I came up with my own recipe.
It looks worse than it is. I think I put in about 2 eggs too many. It was delicious!
The spinach is from the garden.
The garden and greenhouse are starting to produce. We have had a couple of cucumbers, zucchini, romaine lettuce, red leaf lettuce, asparagus, basil and parsley.
I snapped these on a trip to the our local dairy.

I love spring in Lancaster County!


volpecircus said...

fresh spinach...yummy! i love spring here too. we find ourselves taking a different way home than we usually do because of the two farms nearby that have baby calves out in the field. :)

ann marie said...

So sweet! I love Lancaster!

Blakely said...

Your blog makes me want to visit PA so badly. I visited last year for a funeral in January, stayed two days. Other than that it has been seven years since I've visited and I used go every summer. We are planning to visit in August, and I can't wait.
I never thought about growing spinach, thanks for the idea.

Lulu and Tutz said...

Yummy! your garden sounds delish! thought you'd like to know all three tea cozies are now GONE!!! My dear, i hope the sewing bug hits soon!!! we need you!!! still on the new news!