Take two of the garbanzo quiche. To reheat, pop it in the oven, uncovered-350 degrees, 30-45 minutes. After 20-30 minutes, brush top with earth balance and bake remaining minutes. Gryffin helped me chop the cauliflower and peppers and stir up the garbanzo sauce.
I’m sending you whole potatoes that have been par-baked, for you or Neal to make into home fries. I didn’t want to send the home fries already fried, for fear they’d get soggy and soft. Once upon a time, Matthew made home fries with left over baked potatoes and they were the best texture ever. I’m sure y’all have your favorite way to prepare your home fries, so all you’ll have to do is cut and fry. They shouldn’t take long as they’re already baked.
Same with the baked apples. I didn’t want to send them baked, as they’re sure to be better fresh out of the oven. I’d put them in the oven at the same time as your begin to reheat your quiche so they can either finish baking while you eat or cool a little. The apples are stuffed with walnuts and topped with earth balance, brown sugar and cinnamon. Serve plain or with vanilla ice cream. I just love the syrup that forms in the bottom on the pan while baking. Matthew and I cored the apples (hopefully getting all the seed cases/cartilage), and Gryffin prepared the rest. Bake until apples are soft and syrup is bubbly.
Recipes: Garbanzo Quiche, Home Fries, Baked Apples