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Jul 07, 2007

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Audrey

Sounds delicious. Definitely something I´d try :)

Rachel

hey johanna - thanks for the lift back into london - the quiche looks fabulous - might just make it for sunday lunch and eat it all in the garden!

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Nicole

Hallo Johanna! Deine Quiche sieht wirklich köstlich aus.... und um deine Möglichkeit an Haddock zu kommen - klar, du sitzt ja an der Quelle - beneide ich dich umheimlich. Bis nach Österreich hat er es leider nicht geschafft. Aber auch ohne Haddock kommt deine Quiche zum nächsten Picknick in die Wachau mit.
Lg Nicole

mallow

Wish I had that for dinner tonight!

candy

wow... that looks just incredible! i honestly wouldn't think to put fish in quiche. shows what i know!

sandi @ the whistlestop cafe

That is sophisticated picnic food! I'd be embarassed to pull out my cold fried chicken!

Kit

Smoked haddock must pair well with the creamy egginess. Wish I was there to taste.

My latest quiche pairing has been to spread a tapenade or black olive paste on the base before filling with chopped cooked spinach and the rest. It gives a great salty kick and extra flavour dimension.

Andrew

Johanna, a simply STUNNING picture

Nora B

That looks wonderful. I love making quiche for picnics.

Rosa

That must taste extremely good! I love smoked fish...

Melinda

Hello Joanna, I saw your comments on Steamy Kitchens blog(love her blog and she is so clever and funny!) and thought...another blog from UK possibly?... Seems I was right! I live just outside Henley. I avoided the regatta like the plague. My daughter rowed for 5 years and I certainly have had enough regattas for a lifetime! But it is a good day out if it isn't raining.
I will tune in to your blog more frequently now I know you exist.

Susan from Food Blogga

That photo is fabulous, Johanna. It would be delicious at any meal.

steamy kitchen

I've never had fish in my quiche before! Need to come over to your house and try a bite.

Hillary from Chew on That

Interesting! I've never seen purple-sprouting broccoli! That quiche looks downright colorful and delicious. Thanks for sharing! :)

Ronell

This quiche sounds beautiful with an equally beautiful photo!I'll have to try it.
My first comment on your blog...love it.
Ronell

James

I love purple sprouting broccoli. My mother has always grown it in her garden, so it is part of the food I grew up with. It is the first of the spring vegetables, and so it marks the season for me, just as brambles and damsons mark autumn. Just as you become very tired of winter and endless cabbage and root vegetables, along comes beautiful PSB with its sensual texture and delicious bitter flavour. Commercial growers have extended its season to most of the first half of the summer, but its true place and value is as the first trumpet blast of a new year's vegetables in March or April, both delicious in itself and telling you that very soon there will be asparagus and all the other wonders of summer.

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