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    Quiche, anyone?





    Thursday I went for a trip to forest and picked some


    So yesterday made new one with some butter fried tube-chanterelle.


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    That looks delicious!! Vice photos.. Your making me hungry!

    I love Quiche and make it a couple times a year.. on Thanksgiving and again on Christmas mornings. Sort of a tradition at my house..

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    If it tastes as good as it looks, beautiful job

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    Quote Originally Posted by HHH Knives View Post
    That looks delicious!! Vice photos.. Your making me hungry!

    I love Quiche and make it a couple times a year.. on Thanksgiving and again on Christmas mornings. Sort of a tradition at my house..
    oops, typo.. Vice = Very Nice! lol

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    Thanks guys !

    I cannot tell you anything about the taste cause this one is not with us any longer And dissappeared pretty fast... What kinda monster did it, I dont know...

    HHH Im going to make a tradition out of it also, I love the simplicity of it and the complexity of fillings one could possibly use.

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    Looks great!

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    Looks like scrambled eggs to me...........
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    How many chanterelles are in that crate?!

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    Spike, I dont blame you, coming from country where so called beer is made of corn must be hard on your head... LOL

    Andrew, picked around 10k, but in the forests around maddness happens, you could easily get 50k if you manage carying it.

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    for a minute i thought tht your imagination was wild.....
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