Recipes

Quiche Lorraine with Tasso

Posted on May 04, 2015 by Anne Milneck | 1 comment

We love quiche. It's perfect in any season. This baked egg custard can serve as a last-minute weeknight supper or the fancy centerpiece at a Sunday brunch. Quiche is almost foolproof and takes to just about any ingredients. Bake it in advance, and it's just as good at room temp. You can't go wrong! This quiche makes use of tasso--a long-smoked, highly spiced Cajun meat. But any smoked sausage or bacon will work, too.

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Posted in eggs, nutmeg, quiche, tasso

Spinach and Feta Pie (Spanakopita)

Posted on March 14, 2015 by Anne Milneck | 0 comments

This Greek savory pastry is a super simple way to get dinner--or brunch--on the table fast! The Phyllo dough makes a nice crispy crust, a great counterpart to the rich spinach filling. This dish is freezer friendly, too. After adding the filling to the pie pan, simply wrap in plastic wrap then foil then slip into a freezer-duty zip top bag. Thaw the pie for two hours then bake as directed. Delicious, healthy and convenient!

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Posted in Fenugreek, Feta, Nutmeg, Phyllo, Pie, Spanakopita, Spinach, Spinach Pie