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Use marigold petals to add color and subtle flavor to any sauce or savory pie, such as a quiche or vegetable tart.
If you’re more interested in using ramekins for soups and quiches, a set of eight-ounce ramekins should meet your needs.
The room fell silent with the arrival of the pasteis which upon further inspection looked more like a mini quiche than a pastry.
To make the tart, butter the inside of a 10-inch quiche mold or springform pan.
We're probably going to do a nice brunch—lobster quiche, white chocolate raspberry pancakes—and let the families hang out.
On entering the kingdom of Quiche, they met with a more serious resistance than they had received elsewhere.Great Events in the History of North and South America|Charles A. Goodrich
Tzinacantan (Quiche Zotzilha) 'doit avoir t le berceau de la nation zotzil, l'une des nombreuses populations du Chiapas.'The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft, Volume 1|Hubert Howe Bancroft
The resemblance is so obvious that no detail in the Quiche scale calls for special mention.The Number Concept|Levi Leonard Conant
She was arrayed in a panache, or head-dress, made entirely of the plumage of the Quezale, the royal bird of Quiche.
Quiche is the name of a place, and means “many trees;” the derivation of Quichua is unknown.The Myths of the New World|Daniel G. Brinton