Tuesday, July 2, 2013


I have a few random things to talk about today.

Fact – I have given birth to two children.
Fact – The total cost of birthing those two children was about 10 dollars.
Fact – The total cost of one root canal from my Dentist was 924 dollars.

This does NOT compute.

Random fact about me – I record all of the voices for our 800 numbers where I work. When I hear someone calling into them I always ask them “OMG, who is that sexy lady you’re talking too”?

Fact – I find like 5 sippy cups in my car every week.
Fact – The reason I find 5 sippy cups in my car every week is because once they’ve sat in there long enough they start to stink making them easy to locate.
Fact – I spend a lot of money on sippy cups.

Basic Ingredients
Pie Crust
6 eggs
¾ cup cream or half and half
½ cup cheese (I used Gruyere)
Salt & Pepper

- You can add anything from here. I added one large caramelized onion, 1 cup of diced and sauteed potatoes (I sauteed them with Olive Oil, Italian Seasoning, and a dash of soy sauce), and 2 cooked and chopped slices of bacon.

Prepare your pie crust. Mix together your eggs, cream, cheese, and some salt and pepper. Next I sprinkled my onion, taters, and bacon into the pie crust. Pour egg mixture into your pie crust.  Bake at 375 for 40-50 minutes or until a toothpick from the center comes out nice and clean.

Fact – This quiche cost more to make then it cost me to birth two babies.
Fact – This quiche hurt less than the babies to make.
Fact – You can eat quiche, but you really shouldn’t eat babies


Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

Delicious looking! Onions add so much depth to quiches.



Pam said...

Recording all those messages would be fun!

Val said...

Voice recordings, I would love that!! This recipe is going to be happening in my kitchen soon.

scrambledhenfruit said...

Fact- I want this quiche for breakfast tomorrow. :)

belleau kitchen said...

Fact - glorious quiche!

Jo-Anna@APrettyLife said...

Ooooh, looks so delicious! I love quiches! And fact - this post was toooo funny!

Chris said...

Our youngest is almost 14 y/o so we're past the sippy cups but this made me laugh, I remember those days. I've done that with tupperware too when I've forgotten leftovers for a few days too long. Sometimes it's easier to throw it away than clean it, lol.

Cathy said...

You make some very interesting observations - a quiche costs more than having two babies...lol. What a crazy world we live in. You do have excellent health insurance.

Velva said...

You made me smile! Great post.