Quickie Quiche

Once upon a time, back in the late 90’s and early 00’s, there were several RV’ing chat lists . . . and I think I must have belonged to all of them.

One of the frequent posters was Jim Foreman, a man who had a lot of experience in a lot of fields, i.e. bicycling, flying airplanes, RV’ing, and a whole bunch of other things that I don’t remember now.  These days, several times a week he posts a YouTube wherein he prepares a meal relatively simple to make, but is very nourishing.

Early this morning he posted this one (below), and I was anxious to give it a whirl at lunchtime.  I sort of followed his recipe, but added a few items, i.e. roasted Hatch chiles, sautéed onions, bell peppers, Swiss cheese (instead of his Cheddar), Montreal Steak Seasoning, mild chile powder, and bacon.  I used duck eggs instead of chicken eggs because that is all I have.  He used cubed bread, and I did, too, but if there had been some leftover pasta available, that probably would have been just as good.  I might try it again without the bread or pasta, and serve with a side of crispy toast or cornbread.

The result (see picture below of my lunch) was nothing short of fantastic!  Thanks, Jim!


The above is a seven-minute YouTube presentation by Jim Foreman.  And below you will see my version of this delightful dish.


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About judilyn

RV'er, foody, caregiver, knowledge seeker
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2 Responses to Quickie Quiche

  1. Kim says:

    Your version looks YUMMY!

    Liked by 1 person

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