Ahhh, Sunday mornings, no feeling of rush or perception of time. Just the whole day ahead of you to do whatever you please. I always begin my Sundays by turning on the TV program, “Sunday Morning” at 9am. This was a tradition with my dad and I that I have continued on my own. There’s nothing like the familiarity of Charles Osgoode’s soothing voice talking about the rural farmer-turned toilet seat artist. After sipping on my coffee, that’s when I begin breakfast. Whether it be scones, quiche, or lox, Sunday breakfasts are always something I look forward to. With the weather turning from fall to winter, it seemed appropriate to cook up something comforting.
Ahhh, Sundays. A day made for Netflix, brunching, and napping. What better for a homemade brunch than a twist on a classic? Who else loved roasted broccoli with cheddar cheese as a kid? I used it here as the filling for a potato-crusted quiche. Ie. hash-brown crust! So, next time you have friends over for brunch, you know what to serve. Note: I used a relatively small tart pan, which yields 2 adult human sized servings. I like using tart pans for pies and quiches as well, since the detachable bottom makes it much easier to remove without damaging.