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Roasted Tomato & Goat Cheese Quiche

This quiche is best the day it’s baked, but still tasty the day after. Takes a bit of time to prepare but I found it worthy enough and delicious enough to pass onto our Tips fans. Perfect for brunch, lunch or light dinner along with a mixed...

Tomato Corn Pie

Summer is the season to take advantage of your local farmers’ market. Are you inspired by the piles of fresh tomatoes, sweet corn and shiny peppers in every color of the rainbow? Use the season’s bounty in these healthy recipes from Eating...

Mini Veggie Fritattas

Serve these up as an hors d’oeuvres or for breakfast. Easy to make ahead and warm as you need them. Especially for those who are rushing out the door in the wee hours. Have your kids pick the ingredients they want and help to make them.

Ham Hash

Ham, cheese and potatoes in a pie.  Another inventive way to utilize left-over ham.  Easy to prepare, although you need about an hour to bake in total.

Asparagus & Goat Cheese Frittata

Give this tasty frittata a go. It’s stuffed with asparagus, creamy goat cheese, fresh herbs and of course eggs. Serve for breakfast, brunch, lunch and/or dinner.

Baked Zucchini Omelet

Sauteed Zucchini and onions fill a creamy cheesy herbal crustless quiche… fritatta… omelet. I used a 10″ pan, but I recommend using an 8″ for a fluffier omelet. One of those foods that tastes good for breakfast, brunch, lunch...

Potato-Crusted Quiche with Smoked Cheddar and Canadian Bacon

A different take on the typical quiche crest.  This one uses potatoes.  The perfect combination.  Not only good for brunch but ideal for dinner with a mixed green salad and crusty bread.

Caramelized Pear & Gorgonzola Quiche

All of the ingredients in this compact closet cooking quiche, including the crust just make sense together. Each bite incorporates sweet caramelized pear, luscious gorgonzola, savory pancetta and a nutty flakey crust. This is what the fall tastes...

Garden Vegetable Quiche

All the major food groups addressed in this crustless quiche from Cooking Light (September 2006). Great to eat alone or serve for dinner with a light salad alongside.

Potato-Crusted Quiche with Smoked Cheddar and Canadian Bacon

A different take on the typical quiche crest.  This one uses potatoes.  The perfect combination.  Not only good for brunch but ideal for dinner with a mixed green salad and crusty bread.

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