Definition of quiche
: an unsweetened custard pie usually having a savory filling (such as spinach, mushrooms, or ham)
Recent Examples of quiche from the Web
One suggested menu: quiche, a simple green salad, fresh fruit and bagels with cream cheese.
J’aime will sell La Colombe coffee, viennoiserie (such as croissants), pastries (such as fruit tarts, eclairs, madeleines, merveilleux), quiches and sandwiches for lunch, sweet crepes, and a small bread line (baguettes, mostly).
On the edible side of things, for now, Build will offer coffee from HalfWit as well as quiche and pie from Justice of the Pies in a classic coffee shop environment.
Photo of quiche by Lynn Ischay | The Plain Dealer 11607 Euclid Ave.
Croissants, including whole grain, and other baked goods like tartlets, cookies and excellent quiches, are made on the premises.
Fruit pies, cream pies, traditional pot pies and quiche are sold here.
As the night wore on, Tory staffers on the fourth floor of the party’s offices at 4 Matthew Parker Street snacked on supermarket quiche and drowned their sorrows in bottles of beer, and white and rose wine.
Located at 1200 Washington St., Suite B, Spokes serves such breakfast items as southwest breakfast burritos, gourmet toast (with avocado, fresh tomato and sea salt) and quiche of the day.
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Origin and Etymology of quiche
French, from French dialect (Lorraine)
First Known Use: 1933See Words from the same year
QUICHE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of quiche for English Language Learners
: a pie made with eggs, milk, cheese, and vegetables or meat
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