quiche lorraine

noun, often capitalized L
quiche lor·raine | \ -lə-ˈrān , -lȯ- \

Definition of quiche lorraine 

: a quiche containing cheese and bacon bits

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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 Menu items include quiche lorraine with bacon, Pleasant Ridge cheese and arugula salad, and brioche French toast with creme brulee batter, oranges and Grand Marnier syrup. Grace Wong, chicagotribune.com, "Steak, brunch, whiskey and more Father's Day specials at Chicago area restaurants," 11 June 2018 Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the cafe serves tomato basil soup, quiche Lorraine, salmon with French lentils, crepe Romanoff, fruit tarts and all-butter croissant. Jennifer Mcclellan, azcentral, "19 new restaurants opened in Phoenix in May for donuts, salads, tacos, pizza," 1 June 2018 Restaurant 506 at the Sanford House: A three-course menu will include such entree options as a salmon Benedict bagel, quiche Lorraine, lamb shepherd's pie and more. Robert Philpot, star-telegram, "Easter brunch 2018: Where to eat out in DFW (updated) | Fort Worth Star-Telegram," 19 Mar. 2018 SUBURBS The Barn: The brunch menu features steak and eggs, quiche Lorraine, challah French toast and desserts. Grace Wong, chicagotribune.com, "50-plus Easter brunch spots in Chicago and suburbs," 20 Mar. 2018 In the first of two rounds in the competition, each cook prepared a quiche Lorraine, which placed Evans in eighth place out of 10 contestants. Don Maines, Houston Chronicle, "Can bacon be Pearland cook's ticket to win $100 grand?," 7 Jan. 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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