Being vegan, I thought I’d said goodbye forever to quiche in 2004. Farewell also to lunches with broccoli cheese quiche and raspberry butter lettuce salad drizzled with Sicilian lemon balsamic. My sister changed all that with the following recipe she used last month during the pandemic. Not only was it better than I remembered, but it’s flexible and you can use any greens from the fridge.
I guess I was craving it as I’ve an entire scene in Her Last Mission featuring quiche.
Speaking of seasoned romances, I’d preordered another BETTER LATE ROMANCE: Kristy Tate’s Half-Baked novel. The novel is double-chocolate donuts meets kefir. I’ve been waiting for what feels like forever for this book. TODAY is its launch day. I finally get to eat this book.
Half-Baked book description
When Stephen Fox, a health food nut, opens a sporting goods store and café across the street and some of Maggie’s loyal customers begin to replace their morning donuts with gluten-free grub, Maggie’s ire, as well as her yeasty rolls, begins to rise.
Stephen is obsessed with a charming masked woman in a butterfly costume he met at a Mardi Gras party. Imagine his horror when he learns Maggie, the obnoxious baker who has been trying to ruin his business from day one, is the masked woman he’s been searching for!
Can two people from separate grocery store aisles overcome their differences?
Family friendly, fast, and fun featuring the over fifty crowd.
Buy Half-Baked for 99 CENTS (not for long!) at https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0882LPHQL/
I’m grateful to readers who review my books. I hope you’ll consider writing a review of Kristy Tate’s Half-Baked at Amazon or Goodreads.
Happy eating and reading! Michelle