Is it the last week of this year's One Local Summer already? I marked the last OLS meal I posted as week 8, and then I wasn't home last week for any meals except Thursday breakfast, so this must be week 10 [of 10]... Anyway, this is quiche, which I'd been planning to make for weeks. It's still hot during the day--not that I notice that, wrapped in my sweatshirt and shawl in front of the microscope--but it's been cooling off enough during the evenings that I didn't mind turning on the oven last night. The red pepper, zucchini, scallions, and mushrooms are all from yesterday's co-op run, all marked as local (same with the milk, which isn't exactly pictured). The eggs, cheese (Hillacres Pride dill), and flour are also local, but the oil (I am lazy: I make oil pie crusts) and various seasonings were not.
I liked it. It could've maybe been a little more garlicky or spicy...but quiche is hard to completely ruin, and it makes excellent lunches. I wound up making two quiches because my pile of veggies looked way bigger than one pie pan (I still had leftover chopped veggies), so I've got more than enough for lunches the rest of the week.