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“I would like to see the divine lorraine from the inside.”
“Write to Lorraine Luk at email@example.com”
“Write to Lorraine Luk at lorraine. firstname.lastname@example.org and Nisha Gopalan at nisha. email@example.com”
“Here, my opinion is, that too much white sometimes is just too much. and i am a fan of white. lorraine”
“I also took a picture of all our food -- we had hot cross buns (I finally found the perfect recipie) and quiche lorraine (from a recipie from Shawn's mother):”
“Write to Lorraine Luk at lorraine. firstname.lastname@example.org”
“Although Elizabeth David glosses the quiche lorraine as a cream and bacon tart in French Provincial Cooking, the proportions of cream vary enormously from recipe to recipe.”
“Here I've decided to concentrate on the undisputed classic of the genre, the quiche lorraine, but it's a recipe that can be adapted to suit anything you fancy, with the dishonourable exception of meatballs.”
“The Good Food recipe also commits the dreadful sin of including cheese in its filling – to be fair, this is a foodie shibboleth with some legs, if Elizabeth David was able to observe back in 1960, that, although Parisian and English cooks often add Gruyère, "Lorrainers will tell you that this is not the true quiche lorraine, whose history goes back at least as far as the sixteenth century.”
“What are your favourite flavours any heretics willing to admit a taste for cheese in their quiche lorraine?”
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