Emeril Lagasse's Herbed Quiche With Blue Cheese

TV chef also prepares curry-scented cauliflower and watermelon limeade for a spring picnic.
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food correspondent emeril lagasse making us a spring picnic feast. Herbed quiche, roasted cauliflower with watermelon limeaid. It sounds so good of last time i saw you was mother's day. All of them wereo wonderful. I hope they're watching. You know what was amazing, robin, which we didn't show but I promise you we will at some point. The day after they went to disney and both families, it was magical is all I can say? We have to share that with you sometime. Today we have quiche. Quiche. What are we doing? Exercised earlier now we're eating quiche. Basically you know you can't find quiche these days. It's gone away and then we'll do something with watermelon and something with cauliflower. First we take a savory pie crust, flour, ice water, butter which we'll melt, salt and pep pepper, savory, not sweet and roll it out in a tart shell and there's a technique called blind baking. Now, what does that mean? Don't worry about that. Jonathan, you heard of blind baking? I'm terrible. Bean, parchment paper and set the oven at 400 degrees and u want to prebake the shell so that way it looks kind of just that. For about how long? For about 15 minutes. Okay. Now we can adjust the oven while we have the pie shell baking we'll make the filling. All right. Get in there, robin. Here we go. Here we go. Look, we have cream cheese and it needs to be room temperature. Yeah. Room temperature. Needs to be room temperature and have a little bleu cheese and american maytag bleu and have butter. Oh, yeah. And now three eggs and you can begin to whisk that. I believe the whisking has begun. Yeah. I should ask, you can buy the pie crust, right? You don't have to make the pie crust. No, you make a great point. You make a great point. You can save lot of time. Bought pierufts out there. that.That. Right n herbs are in the bit of salt. Nice technique. Robin, who knew? Who knew? I that's right. All right, so now what we'll do we'll take the filling. We'll put it in our pie crust and we'll bake it for about 20, 25 minutes about 375 degrees. Okay. When it comes out, let it set because you want it to firm up a little bit. You can serve this at room temperature. You can serve it warm. A great lunch, a great brunch you can do. It's a great snack. It.O cf&- a we'll do is we've taken little cauliflower and bk it apart so you just are this and then what we'll do is take the bulbs, we'll toss it with curry. Mm-mm. Cayenne pepper and grand marsala and roast it with olive oil or melted butter and roast this until it's golden brown. Wait, robin. Wait till you taste that. Oh, my goodness. Taste a bite of that. Ah. Oh, yeah. Yeah. The flavors. It's got a little snap to it. It's got a little bite to it. So we have quiche, roasted cawley plow ir. Wash it down. Now what we'll do is take watermelon with fresh lime juice, depending on how sweet the watermelon is. Depending on how sweet the watermelon is, that's what we're going to do.The lime for acidity. Easy to get the recipes on the website, which is -- goodmorningamerica.Com on yahoo!. E Real differences in the race for Senate.

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