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Cary Grant, A Picnic and Broccoli Cheddar Quiche

Mmm, it’s been a beautiful weekend! Sunshine, dear friends, and time to putter around home and get caught up on cleaning and laundry. How was your weekend?

Friday was Classic Movie Night with my friends. We meet every other Friday and watch old movies like The Quiet Man with John Wayne and Captain Blood with Errol Flynn. This weekend we watched one of my favorite movies of all time: Charade with Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant. I love her glam clothes and their witty dialogue throughout. Just fabulous.

Saturday I met up with other friends for their company picnic and we had a jolly time dining on French Fries and hamburgers before adjourning to the sunshine for hours of talking while people-watching. So relaxing and fun, I loved it.

Later I got to stop by at one of my favorite import stores, perusing the shelves of German chocolate, Greek biscuits, and Italian cookies. I bought a paper-wrapped package of Black Forest Salami (I adore paper-wrapped packages!) and can’t wait to turn it into open-faced sandwiches on dark rye bread with ajvar.

I’m VERY excited today because my guest post on Corfu, Greece is up at!! I’d love it if you swing by to visit, read and comment! πŸ™‚

I also bought the most fabulous olive bread with big chunks of black and green olives.

I’ve been eating it all weekend dipped in peppered olive oil.

Saturday I made a rather scrumptious quiche with broccoli, sweet onion and a whole lotta sharp cheddar cheese. Mmm, it’s great hot or cold, especially drizzled with green Tabasco sauce.

Are you a classic movie lover? If so, what are a couple of your favorites?

This is my contribution to Chaya’s Meatless Mondays.

Broccoli Sharp Cheddar Quiche


2 heads broccoli, washed and separated
1/2 sweet onion, chopped
1 Tbsp olive oil
4 large eggs
salt and pepper
1 cup sharp cheddar cheese, grated


  1. Preheat oven to 375 F.
  2. Steam broccoli until tender. Set aside to cool, then chop fine.
  3. Saute onion in olive oil until translucent and browned around the edges.
  4. Combine all ingredients and mix well.
  5. Pour into greased pie pan and bake for 30 minutes.

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Zita - The quiche sounds sooooooooooo delicious!!! πŸ™‚

bellini valli - Sounds like a fantastic weekend…full of good food too!!!!!

RamblingTart - It is so yummy, Zita! πŸ™‚ I’m having it for breakfast this morning. πŸ™‚

RamblingTart - It really was, Val! πŸ™‚ So relaxing and fun and just what I needed. πŸ™‚

Leslie Pearson - dang I want a bite!!!!

RamblingTart - I’ll cook for you any time, Leslie! πŸ™‚

Tracy - We’re watching old Katherine Hepburn movies at the moment. What a nice simple quiche.

elra - Your quiche look divine Krista.

My Owl Barn - It looks yummy!

mlle paradis - Glad you had a good weekend Krista! Nothing like a good broccoli quiche! It so sticks to your ribs! I make mine with stilton – try it and let me know what you think! Might be better in the cooler weather though – it’s so rich. xooxo

Joanne - Movie night sounds like so much fun, especially with the classics as your fare of choice! Gotta love Audrey Hepburn…she’s amazing.

That quiche has me drooling! Broccoli and cheddar are such a classic.

Joanne - Movie night sounds like so much fun, especially with the classics as your fare of choice! Gotta love Audrey Hepburn…she’s amazing.

That quiche has me drooling! Broccoli and cheddar are such a classic.

Barbara - You’ve had some good eats at your house! That olive bread looks divine and I loved the closeup of the broccoli quiche!
Mmmm. Cary Grant and a piece of that quiche sounds good to me!

Duchess - once again, looks wonderful

susan from food blogga - Oh, I love Charade! Actually, I love anything with Cary Grant. North by Northwest and To Catch a Thief are two of my all-time favorites. And that is one fine looking quiche. I love that it’s firm and not runny. Looks delicious!

Jerusha Lofland - I’m a classic movie lover, too. Cary Grant is his amazing self in People Will Talk, and who doesn’t love Audrey in Roman Holiday?

Chaya - I said that I wanted the quiche and your brought it to Meatless Mondays. Thanks for linking up and please stop by

RamblingTart - Oh, I love Hepburn movies too, Tracy. πŸ™‚ She’s so fabulous!

RamblingTart - Thanks so much, Elra. πŸ™‚ It was awfully good!

RamblingTart - Thank you, Owl Barn! So glad you like it. πŸ™‚

RamblingTart - Oh Paradis – I would LOVE this with Stilton!! Yes – I think it would be perfect in the fall. πŸ™‚

RamblingTart - I look forward to it every week, Joanne! πŸ™‚ Nothing like great movies with great friends. πŸ™‚

RamblingTart - Thank you, Barbara! πŸ™‚ It’s been a fun week, to be sure. πŸ™‚

RamblingTart - Thank you, dear Duchess. πŸ™‚

RamblingTart - Ohhh, that’s so great, Susan! I love those two movies as well! He’s such a fabulous character. :_)

RamblingTart - Oooo, I’ve never seen People Will Talk, Jerusha! I will have to check that out right away. πŸ™‚

RamblingTart - You’re so welcome, Chaya! πŸ™‚ I’m on my way over!!

bruce neuman - i am a shameless ‘net’ wanderer; and literally stumbled onto your post. how wonderful – a broccoli and cheddar quiche. and… tonight is my turn in the kitchen. alas, my pie pan has been co-opted for a science experiment (my wife is a 6th grade teacher). borrowing from your blog name, ‘rambling tart’, a savory broccoli and cheddar tart will be an excellent substitute. i have an easy, foolproof pat in the pan dough recipe that will shave a good chunk of time spent in the kitchen; and, i think i’ll keep the broccoli florets whole. thanks for being on the road to somewhere. your blog is great.

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