House-Made Quiche

House-Made QuicheThis winter, our Deli Department decided to begin offering House-Made Quiches to-go. And, they are quite delicious! Quiche is a perfect light dinner with salad, baguette, and perhaps a glass of wine. And we love them for breakfast or brunch. They are yummy re-heated, and can be eaten cold or at room temperature. You can re-heat them in a pre-heated 350º F oven for 10 to 15 minutes.

Our selection varies daily according to inspiration. Some of our favorites include Caprese (with tomatoes, mozzarella and basil), Ham and Swiss Cheese, French Onion and Feta, Bacon & Swiss, and Spinach Feta.

So, stop by the store and see what is available today.

Quiche is another revival-worthy mid-century favorite. Did you know that the original quiches were filled with an egg-cream custard, finely diced smoked pork, no cheese, and were only a few centimeters thick? Quiche Lorraine became popular in the U.S. during the 1950’s. It was in the 70s and 80s that Americans developed the artisanal quiche that we are familiar with. It is the thickness of a pie and filled with a long list of possible ingredients.






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