In an attempt to use some of the ridiculous amounts of milk and eggs I get each week in my MWWB, a couple friends and I made this quiche on Monday.
I just finished the last slice for lunch.
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1. n. (Literature/poetry) a brief rondeau, having five or seven lines and a refrain taken from the first line [from Old French: a little rondel]
2. adj. "all that is seductive in plumpness without losing all that is nice in slimness" --John Fowles, The French Lieutenant's Woman