Sunday, May 12, 2013
Vidalia Onion Quiche
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This sounds like a great treat Patti! Happy Mother's Day-enjoy:@)ReplyDelete
Beautiful tribute to your mother. Your quiche looks gorgeous and I know it has to taste good because it's a Julia Child recipe!ReplyDelete
I made Julia Childs quiche lorraine for today. Gosh her quiches are just the best! I can't wait to try this vidalia onion version.ReplyDelete
What a marvelous photo of your mom! And your quiche looks incredible!!!ReplyDelete
Wow! Your quiche sounds amazing! Love carmalized onions!! Happy Mother's Day!!ReplyDelete
I´ve had a vidalia onion tart clipped for decades (really) and the truth is, I didn´t know what they tasted like since I never found them here. Now I know they´re sweet! I can only imagine how amazing this quiche is!ReplyDelete
Lovely tribute, Patti thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
I love vidalia onions, and they're perfect in a quiche. I need to be on the lookout for some here. Your quiche looks fantastic!!ReplyDelete
What a lovely poem! I love vidalia onions (actually, I love all onions), so I know I would love this.ReplyDelete
OMG yes for the onions! I know someone who's a mother-in-waiting who's CRAVING onions right now, she'll love thisReplyDelete
Wow, that is beautiful and is making my mouth water. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe!!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful poem, Patti. Thanks for sharing the photo of your mom - she was a stunner! I love quiche and this version looks incredible. I need to find some vidalia onions so that I can make this!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! I made pretty much the exact same quiche yesterday, but I added bacon for the gruffy old men in my family that wanted to turn up their noses at the idea of "quiche" :)ReplyDelete
This version of quiche sounds delicious, and your pictures make me want to pick it right up and eat it! Loved the poem, as well!ReplyDelete
That looks luscious! I used to make an onion quiche and now you are making me crave it! Great recipe for #SundaySupper!ReplyDelete
Yummm. I don't get to have quiche very often, and I love the sound of your recipe! Bring on the onions, please!ReplyDelete
Vidalia onions are my favorite onion too! Perfect choice for this quiche. It's something I am sure lots of moms would enjoy.ReplyDelete