Friday, April 20, 2007

And So To Bed...

I can't believe how tired I am!

At least tomorrow all I have to do is get Micah to the church by 7:30 to help with the Youth Fundraising Pancake Breakfast.

And bake 4 dozen buns.

But the buns will be easy.

And "baking buns" gives me an excuse to lie low... in my natural habitat... the kitchen.

And now,

Good Night.


  1. don't forget to check your email please!!

  2. ok, I have a recipe for you. It's the third or fourth time I've made it, and it's pretty darn good. Even the girls will eat it, green though it is.

    This'll feed 5 or 6 easily.

    So, a "tarte aux epinards" or spinach quiche.

    you need:

    1 pie crust (I buy one that's uncooked and rolled up)

    600g epinards (spinach, better to buy it frozen with milk already in it. otherwise you have to add more milk)

    200mL milk

    2 eggs

    50-200g cheese (my friend made it with only sprinkled on top, but I use about 100g...and I use gruyere)

    1 onion

    salt, pepper, nutmeg to flavour.

    1. pie crust in the pan, we use a round flatter thing

    2. mix up the spinach, milk and eggs. I use a whisk to make sure it's all even.

    3. cut up the onion small and add that, then add the grated cheese

    4. season

    5. in the oven for about 40 minutes at 200'C

    One time I forgot to buy a pie crust, so I just stuck it together in a pan and made it a gratin, and it was just as good.

    so yeah....a recipe for you from switzerland, that I got from a friend who got it from a friend.

  3. oh yeah, the spinach has to be the mashed up a mush. the smallest cut; I don't remember how that's called.

    oh yeah, and I forgot a step between 4 and 5: you have to put the mixture into the piecrust...

    and don't really know if that's clear enough to make something from, since I just learned it while watching them make it, and got the ingredients after supper.

    love you.