quiche lorraine

noun, often capitalized L
quiche lor·​raine | \ -lə-ˈrān How to pronounce quiche lorraine (audio) , -lȯ- \

Definition of quiche lorraine

: a quiche containing cheese and bacon bits

Examples of quiche lorraine in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Our recipe for an old-school quiche Lorraine features bacon and Gruyère with a hint of cayenne and chives for garnish. Saveur, "Savory Tarts," 15 May 2020 For breakfast, try your hand at baking these buttery croissants; for a more filling weekend brunch, a traditional quiche Lorraine is sure to please. Saveur Editors, Saveur, "65 Classic French Recipes to Add to Your Repertoire," 8 May 2020 Highlights include quiche lorraine with bacon, take-and-bake strawberry and blueberry scones, Faroe Island salmon with pea puree and leeks and cheesecake with Murray Family Farms’ cherry sauce. Los Angeles Times, "Where to order Mother’s Day takeout in Los Angeles and Orange County," 4 May 2020 The book’s 524 recipes include beef bourguignon, quiche Lorraine, french onion soup, and cassoulet. Alex Erdekian, Condé Nast Traveler, "10 Products to Help You Master French Cooking During the Quarantine," 15 Apr. 2020 French 101 — This demonstration by Staci Joerrs will show how to make classics: bouillabaisse, quiche lorraine, crepes with spinach and roquefort, bouef Bourguignon. Carol Deptolla, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Gift ideas? How about a Milwaukee-area cooking class?," 10 Dec. 2019 Options include mussels, Burgundy snails, quiche Lorraine, salmon and spinach eggs benedict, croque monsieur and a creamy mushroom and turkey stew. Georgann Yara, azcentral, "Here are 38 restaurants for Thanksgiving dinner and brunch in metro Phoenix," 15 Nov. 2019 Attorneys dined on quiche Lorraine and enjoyed the stunning view of Miami from the 44th story window of the Greenberg Traurig law firm’s conference room. Mario Ariza, sun-sentinel.com, "54% of lawyers report sexual harassment at work, study says," 22 Nov. 2019 Specialties included ham and cheese croissant, shrimp etouffee, quiche Lorraine, macarons and beignets. Jennifer Mcclellan, azcentral, "Most shocking restaurant closings of the year in Phoenix ... so far," 5 July 2018

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First Known Use of quiche lorraine

1926, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for quiche lorraine

French, quiche of Lorraine

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“Quiche lorraine.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/quiche%20lorraine. Accessed 11 Aug. 2020.

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