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Book details
  • Genre:COOKING
  • SubGenre:Courses & Dishes / Breakfast
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Real Men DO Eat Quiche
  • Series Number:1
  • Pages:75
  • eBook ISBN:9781626756687

Real Men DO Eat Quiche

A Hockey Heathen's Guide to a Great Post Skate Breakfast

by James Wright

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Quiche, real men don't eat that right? Well these aren't your normal quiche and a bunch of real men do eat these every Sunday morning. We made a collection of unique quiche recipes that certified by ice hockey players to help recover from a good early morning skate.
This is the Hockey Heathen's guide to savory locker room treats. Most everyone has heard of and tasted a quiche at some point in there life. They are usually pretty basic. A pie crust, some eggs, a vegetable, maybe some cheese and a little bacon if your lucky. These are not like that. Imagine some of your favorite foods turned into a quiche. This book contains seven different crusts and twenty six fillings that you can mix and match to your delight. Some examples are pizza crust a potato crust or a bacon crust. Fillings that taste like some of your favorite meals like chicken pot pies, gyros, your favorite hamburger or lasagna. And these are the more conventional fillings. Every one of these has been taste tested and approved by a bunch of tired and hungry hockey hooligans and will satisfy a hungry man, and women too.
About the author
Once an Electrical Engineer, now a Consultant, budding author and part time Hockey Heathen. Wright can often be found in unusual restaurants and ice rinks around Colorado, where he lives. Occasionally elsewhere in the world looking for new and different meals to turn into new breakfast feasts, or just trying to get in a good skate to work off all the extra calories all this "research" consumes.