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So it’s been a year. No but really. It’s been a motherfucking year. Amiright??! You don’t have to agree with me but I’ve never cared much for your opinion anyways and yes I’m going to keep wearing those shoes you know which ones I’m talking about so just can it already. Whew. click here to […]
What’s more satisfying than making your own cheese? I don’t know. Maybe curing some sort of cheese-related disease while telling that bitch you hated in high school that she has that cheese-related disease and you just ran out of compassion and medicine. But probably not. Cheese making is at the apex of all things satisfying. So […]
Have you ever thought about what America would taste like if you cut it up into 6 equal slices? Everyday? You think about that everyday? Are we sharing a brain? Let’s meet and love each other forever. But before we do all that (stay patient, my sweet dove), let’s actually get around to defining what […]
Quiches have a few constants. Eggs. Cheese. Some more cheese and eggs. And then there’s Chinese food, which has its own invariable qualities. The most important one being that Chinese food would taste good even if you were eating it from a dirty shoe. It would not taste good, however, if there was also cheese […]
Greek salads are my favorite salads. What’s not to like? They’re salty, crispy, cheesy, and ever so healthy when done right. But you know what Greek salads are typically missing? Copious amounts of eggs and seitan “chicken.” And I don’t know about you, but I would like my Greek salad better if it included something-I-can’t-put-my-finger-on-but-is-probably-the-sun dried-tomatoes-oil […]
It’s been a whirlwind of a week. Marv Albert was commentating on an NBA game earlier this year and said at one point, in his very silly voice, “What a w(h)ild finish!” Pretty positive he added that “h” in wild. Ever since then, I’ve tried to add “what a w(h)ild finish!” as much as possible […]
“You can tell a lot about a week by its quiche.” That’s a popular old adage, right?