5 Large Eggs
1/4 cup Milk or Cream
2 tbsp. Sour Cream
1 Chopped Tomato
1 Cup Chopped Fresh Spinach
1/2 Cup Shredded Cheddar Blend Cheese
5 Slices Crumbled Cooked Bacon
1 Pie Crust
Easy Lazy Morning Quiche……
There’s nothing like a lazy weekend morning kickin around the kitchen. This Easter morning I decided to throw together a quick Quiche with some ingredients I already had in the fridge.
Roll out unbaked pie crust in 9 inch pie pan
Whisk together milk, eggs, sour cream
Place crumbled cooked bacon, chopped tomato, spinach and cheese in bottom of pie crust, then sprinkle with salt & pepper
Slowly pour egg mixture on top
Bake 350 degrees for about 25 minutes…..
I sit here pondering the day after the “Big Snowstorm” that wasn’t……I almost feel sorry for the weatherman who put their reputations on the line on a constant basis. It’s like a crap shoot, 9 times outta 10 you’re not gonna hit it on the head! Then the poor shmucks go on the air or the social media outlets declaring how their forecast was a bust, but they take full responsibility for how they misread Mother Nature…..guys she’s a Woman, don’t you know by now that you will never understand her, she’s playing with you…What’s worse are the comments that ensue from the public, blaming them for the lack of snow, I would have liked a nice Snowstorm to close out the Winter but hey it is what it is.
Back to my pondering….as you can see in my garden pic, my green thumb is a little rusty. This time of year is always the same for me. I get the urge to be outside with my hands in the dirt, planting re-arranging, getting the screened porch ready for the season, but I need it to be at least in the 60’s to tackle outside chores. So here I sit Pinning and going through magazines, planning transforming my yard into an oasis. I love the change of Seasons this is why I could never live in a place like Florida, this does however require me to endure the “in between” times. The times when it’s just too cold to do anything outside and the times when it’s too damn hot to do anything outside. Maybe I need a new hobby for these lulls in between.
Now that my kids are grown this is the extent of my Easter decorating….I did however re-do a little area of my kitchen into a reading nook.
I removed my Oak pedestal table since we never use it , and added some chairs and a table my Hubby made. It’s a great place for
coffee or Wine, to read or watch TV. I spend most of my waking hours in my Kitchen, it is literally the hub of the house.
So here’s to Spring and to “Bud Break”! To getting dirt under your nails, and oh of course to more daylight, don’t forget to turn back your clocks this weekend.
As I watched the Sunset last night I realized how quickly this Winter is fading into Spring.
With the onset of temperamental dramatic swings in temperatures and crazy storms as we have seen this week, the weather promotes my own desire to purge the house of all the final remnants of Winter and give Spring a little nudge. Not that I have much in the way of Spring decorations, my days of brightly colored plastic Easter Eggs and baskets are a distant memory now that the kids are grown, but the ever so slightest hints of a new freshness that Spring offers can be seen in the simplest of cupboards reminding us that soon the days will grow longer and watching the birds devour their annual mulberry feast will quickly be upon us.