Saturday, February 27, 2010

best quiche ever

This is not meant to be a tease. Try to think of it as more a testament to how good it really was. You see, I meant to take a picture of this totally fantabulous quiche, but realized that none existed until the final crumbs. So here we are, looking at what might as well be a bit of scrambled eggs for all you care. Anyway, I present the last crusty remains of what is reportedly, the best savory, eggy-fluff heaven thingamagig ever made in my home: a crab, leek and crimini quiche.

(Now, I will go hide somewhere and drink a homebrew. And then I will hope and maybe even pray that someone out there will agree, that somehow, this was the best damn quiche ever.)

Oh, and remember, don't overdo it with the crab.........

crab leek crimini quiche:

5 large eggs
1 cup cream
1/2 cup milk
1/2 lb jack
3.12 ounces crab meat (dungeness around here)
1 biggish leek
6 medium crimini mushrooms
crust of your choice

crack, beat, pour, grate, pick, finely chop, saute, mix all together and then fill. bake at 400 for a bit, then 350. cool enough to not burn the shit out of your mouth. cut yourself a piece, enjoy.


and in case you need more crabby fun from the past, click here

5 comments:

K and S said...

yummy!

Mimi said...

That old post was so classic!!

Oh man, upscale grub at the Monkey house this week. That quiche sounds soooooo good!! I don't blame you for not having a picture handy.

Kimberly said...

I missed the old post the first time around and had a great laugh reading it now...love it!

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Monkey Wrangler said...

Kat: Yeah, super hella yummy!

Mimi: Yeah, experimenting with voice in that old post sure was fun. To get in the mood, I was pretending to be a writer for The Onion.

Ma: I should write another huh? Although crab season just ended, so maybe next November....