I was heading out of work last Saturday when I stopped to say hello to my friend Danny. She was sampling a special cheese with little toasts. Upon stopping she graciously offered me a sample. The cheese was called Grand Cru Surchoix. Danny could say it perfectly and I loved hearing it. It sounded so elegant. It was an Alpine-style cheese with a lovely complex flavor. I decided I had to buy some and putting it into a little quiche tart would be just perfect. I had some Apple wood smoked bacon in my refrigerator and fresh herbs to give it some color. I used three large eggs, one cup of heavy cream, and fresh cracked pepper for the custard. No salt was added the cheese and the bacon have just the right amount. I prepared my favorite pastry crust while the bacon was cooking. The little quiche tarts were served on top of spring mix with a drizzle of balsamic dressing on the leaves. What a delicious dinner tonight for my daughter and I. During dinner my daughter Stefanie just had to tease me in her fake English accent saying “your such a gourmet”. We laughed and enjoyed our lovely little tarts. I also saved a couple of tarts for my friend. I hope she will enjoy them as much as I did. Thanks for stopping by!!
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Hi thanks for visiting my blog my name is Jo Ann. I love to bake and cook! I spent a crazy amount of time in the kitchen. I enjoy creating and finding delicious recipes to share with my family and friends. I have a beautiful library of cookbooks that I have been collecting scince 1987 and a great collection of cooking and baking magazines. I have gotten Lots of inspiration from both, I these collections. At present I work in an In- Store-Bakery. My passion is baking bread, but I love to bake just about anything. In my spare time I love to entertain. I love having tea parties for the ladies in my life and enjoy having family and friends to share a meal any time of the year. I will share my favorite recipes and stories from my life. View all posts by Jo Ann Bradis