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Thursday, May 31, 2012

Freedom Fridays #4




 Welcome to Freedom Fridays Blog Hop!

           











Freedom Fridays


   Freedom Fridays Five Favorites from last week
(say that five times fast, hehe)




Cookie Dough Monster Cupcakes
@Back for Seconds




 
Tutorial for the Gerry Flower
@elizabeth andre-about crochet








Single Serving Apple Crisp
@My Happy Place













Chicken Cordon Bleu Stromboli
@Love Bakes Good Cakes







DIY Glitter Cups
@vixenMade

        
Thank all you amazing talented peoples for linking up last week and congratulations to my five featured guests.  (it was harder choosing than I expected from all the super entries).   If you were featured, grab my featured button and wear it proudly:)


featured at freedom friday



Give your Talents the Freedom  to rise above and Soar!

   Link up your awesome posts such as Recipes, Tutorials, Inspirational and Creative Writing, Photos, Crafts, Needlework, DIY and  even Giveaways.
Just about everything that is family friendly and and is not for sale is welcome. 

Please add a link to a specific post not the main page
 of your blog:)

Please link back to this party so you can share the fun 
with others ,just grab my button above and place on your post, link party page or somewhere on your blog.

  I would so love it if you would follow me. I follow everyone back:)

 And the most important, please visit as many others as possible and leave comments. We all love visits from our friends and chatting with them:)

Every week I will pick some awesome posts and feature them. I will pin all featured posts and if you are featured then grab my feature button for braggin rights:)






Flap your wings and let's fly
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Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Wordless Wednesday



If only it wasn't Wordless Wednesday...........
If this home on the Kansas plains could only speak........
If only..........




 






Monday, May 28, 2012

Anytime Quiche


As with just about all my favorite dishes, this quiche has slowly changed over the years.  I found an awesome recipe for perfect quiche and then as years went by, I made it my own (sounds like American Idol, huh). Lol  
  This quiche has a basic foolproof body and all its little accessories can be changed and individualized.   Kinda dress it up or dress it down:) 
 Have it for breakfast, lunch and we have even had it for dinner:)  Oh yeah, it's perfect for bunch.
 So its anytime quiche!






Anytime Quiche


2 pie crusts
2 tablespoons butter
1-2 tablespoons olive oil
8 oz sliced mushrooms
1 1/2 cup broccoli florets, bite size pieces
8 slices of bacon, cooked crisp
1 1/2 cups  grated Monterrey jack cheese
1 1/2 cups  grated Swiss cheese
6 eggs
2 cups half and half
1 teaspoon dried basil
1/2 teaspoon dried oregano
salt and pepper to taste





Preheat oven to 425 degrees F.  Bake crust for 8 minutes, remove and let cool on wire rack.  While crusts are cooking,  fry bacon until crisp and chop into about 1/2 inch pieces.  Melt butter in large skillet and add mushrooms, raise temperature to med high heat to brown mushrooms. Because of the juice emitted from mushrooms during cooking, mushrooms have a tendency to just boil and become rubbery and tough. Temperature has to be high to brown them, just add 1 to 2 tablespoons of olive oil to help bring the butter up to higher temperature without burning.  Add broccoli at about the same time and saute or stir fry until done. 
 

 Divide your vegetable mixture between the two pie crusts, laying the veggies on the bottom of each pie shell, then add the bacon pieces to each pie.   Top with the cheeses, it will appear as if there is too much cheese but not to worry.  There is no such thing as "too much cheese"!
 I got too excited over the cheese to take pictures, sorry:(


  Beat eggs in a medium bowl, add half and half, basil, oregano and salt and pepper to taste.
 Pour the egg mixture into each pie, equally.  This is easier if the pies are placed on the oven rack prior to pouring and then just slide the rack with the pies into the oven.  Make a "tent" with enough aluminum foil to cover both pies and bake for 15 minutes at 435 degrees F then turn the oven to 325 and bake for another 15-20 minutes. Remove foil and cook 1-2 minutes until golden brown and knife inserted in center comes out clean. Let cool on wire rack prior to serving.





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Thursday, May 24, 2012

Freedom Fridays #3




 Welcome to Freedom Fridays Blog Hop!

           







Freedom Fridays

   Freedom Fridays Five Favorites from last week
(say that five times fast, hehe)





Strawberry and Chocolate Cream "Pie"
RV Life and Food




















Apron Patterns + Tutorials and a Good Cause
Dear Creatives













Don't Worry Be Happy
@http://Messy Jessy 







crochet baby snake
@a lovely mess




Chili Rellanos
@ Kathe With An E




           
Thank all you amazing talented peoples for linking up last week and congratulations to my five featured guests.  (it was harder choosing than I expected from all the super entries).   If you were featured, grab my featured button and wear it proudly:)


featured at freedom friday




Give your Talents the Freedom  to rise above and Soar!

   Link up your awesome posts such as Recipes, Tutorials, Inspirational and Creative Writing, Photos, Crafts, Needlework, DIY and  even Giveaways.
Just about everything that is family friendly and and is not for sale is welcome. 

Please add a link to a specific post not the main page
 of your blog:)

Please link back to this party so you can share the fun 
with others ,just grab my button above and place on your post, link party page or somewhere on your blog.

  I would so love it if you would follow me.

 And the most important, please visit as many others as possible and leave comments. We all love visits from our friends and chatting with them:)

Every week I will pick some awesome posts and feature them. I will pin all featured posts and if you are featured then grab my feature button for braggin rights:)






Flap your wings and let's fly
Let's Link up: