I'm doing a cleanse for the next three weeks, so I'm out of commission on this one. But, I'm glad I skipped it because it doesn't sound like it wowed you.
It looks cheesy...and anything that looks cheesy has my attention right away. I am wondering how anything with two kinds of cheese in it can be just so ho-hum so may have to try this one to see what it is all about...I'm all about the research. I also find that you and I agree more times than not about the worthiness of a dish! 1821
I had a chunk of gorgonzola dolce that I almost used in this but opted for chedddar and Romano instead. It will be interesting to see how the verdict plays out this week.Have a great weekend!
I've never tried a savoury creme brulee but it sounds like you were nonplussed with it!
Interesting… I actually was afraid it would taste like a crustless quiche and was pleasantly surprised that it was more cheesy than eggy. Sorry you didn't enjoy but hey, you tried it!
Never had cheesey brulle , but i love the idea
I really liked the taste of this one, but I agree with you about not really seeing the point. I'm not sure when I would actually serve this again.
Sorry this did not work for you. We enjoyed it at my house, but we are cheese junkies. Hope you have a good weekend.
I thought this was creamier than a normal quiche, and maybe that's why I liked it so much. Sorry to hear it didn't do anything for you!
Sorry you did not care for this but at least you gave it a shot. We liked it and I will definitely repeat the recipe.Have a great weekend.
I enjoyed this one but I do know what you mean. What IS the point? Hope your weekend is good!
Funny about this one…my husband liked it more than I did! I wanted the classic sweet version! Sorry it wasn’t a hit for you! Have a great weekend!
Sorry this wasn't a favorite for you, but at least it wasn't that hard to make... There's always next week :)
Perhaps that's why my partner didn't like it that much -he's a big fan of quiche, but this one left him cold.
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