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Greymar Wed 25-Mar-20 13:48:40

I have some quiche but I don't really fancy it. Dilemma time.

Teetime Wed 25-Mar-20 13:56:40

Will it keep until tomorrow?

Greymar Wed 25-Mar-20 13:57:53

You have quickly and effectively cut to the heart of the matter Teetime, no.

GabriellaG54 Wed 25-Mar-20 13:58:24

Send it over here. I love quiche. πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‰

Greymar Wed 25-Mar-20 14:00:06

It's like its owner, frayed round the edges. Although it was from a very upmarket store.

MissAdventure Wed 25-Mar-20 14:07:44

Is it a bit wobbly beneath the skin, too? grin

Greymar Wed 25-Mar-20 14:17:03

Oh no, it is a bit wobbly and cheesy. Not attractive.

Riverwalk Wed 25-Mar-20 14:35:47

Put it in the freezer and have something else!

Greymar Wed 25-Mar-20 14:44:06

River, an incisive and scientific approach, sadly it has been frozen and therefore cannot be refrozen.

As we peel back the layers, we see the depth and complexity of the quiche dilemma.

Calendargirl Wed 25-Mar-20 14:47:13

Just eat it.

Greymar Wed 25-Mar-20 14:49:32

Calendar , would you like to run the country possibly?

Riverwalk Wed 25-Mar-20 14:52:27

Heat it up, smother it in cheese and your favourite condiment and eat the bloody thing!

Do you have a glass of wine to hand?

Calendargirl Wed 25-Mar-20 14:56:18

No, Greymar, Boris is doing that. Just felt whether to eat a bit of quiche or not is not really another β€˜dilemma’.

Jane10 Wed 25-Mar-20 15:15:28

Once it's heated up and maybe garnished with a few tomatoes it might be more appetising?

EllanVannin Wed 25-Mar-20 15:49:57

---it would have been in the bin by now knowing me grin

Urmstongran Wed 25-Mar-20 15:53:49

This is making me chuckle! Especially your comment MissA I got it!
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Oopsadaisy3 Wed 25-Mar-20 15:57:20

what I usually do with any left over quiche is to wrap it up very carefully and pop it into the fridge, then tomorrow take it out of its wrapping and throw it into the composting caddy.
Sorted

AGAA4 Wed 25-Mar-20 15:59:03

I love quiche so would always eat it but I know how it feels when you don't want something that needs eating. I can't be too choosy now

Greymar Wed 25-Mar-20 16:40:40

Glad for the chuckle, that was my cunning plan all along.

GabriellaG54 Wed 25-Mar-20 17:10:26

MissAdventure should have her own chat show. Her repartee is unmatched πŸ˜„πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

Callistemon Wed 25-Mar-20 17:14:10

Has it got a soggy bottom?

Birds like quiche. Unless made with my very own GF pastry, then they sniff it and fly away. Their beaks aren't strong enough to tackle it.

What a dilemma!

Callistemon Wed 25-Mar-20 17:15:25

Greymar Although it was from a very upmarket store. longing to know which one
Fortnum and Mason?

Greymar Wed 25-Mar-20 17:17:44

There are soggy bottoms involved, yes.

Callistemon Wed 25-Mar-20 17:19:12

Bird food then!

Mind you, will they be able to take off again after filling their tummies?