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A while back, I mentioned that I was curious what Herbdacious would be like with more dill.  I made a batch and it's good but it's not quite as flexible a condiment as the original recipe.  I was going to make a smoked salmon and cream cheese quiche with dill so I decided to just add some of that Herbdacious to the custard.  

😮 oh my, it's green...it's absolutely Herbdacious!  

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There's a bunch of skinny asparagus in there, too. I was worried it might be stringy, but it was fine. 

This tasted quite good but I'm not sure I'd make a green quiche to serve to others!

The crust was a frozen one from Trader Joe's which required as much patchwork as an Amish quilt.   I'd sworn them off because of similar problems in the past but in the interest of limiting shopping trips, I picked up a package of them the other day.  No more!

blue_dolphin

blue_dolphin

A while back, I mentioned that I was curious what Herbdacious would be like with more dill.  I made a batch and it's good but it's not quite as flexible a condiment as the original recipe.  I was going to make a smoked salmon and cream cheese quiche with dill so I decided to just add some of that Herbdacious to the custard.  

😮 oh my, it's green...it's absolutely Herbdacious!

IMG_3755.thumb.jpeg.c2dda6720eb451c4e2af6702efcd3ce1.jpeg

This tasted quite good but I'm not sure I'd make a green quiche to serve to others!

The crust was a frozen one from Trader Joe's which required as much patchwork as an Amish quilt.   I'd sworn them off because of similar problems in the past but in the interest of limiting shopping trips, I picked up a package of them the other day.  No more!

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