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Quiche and Tart

For a savory pie to feed a group, we make 9-inch quiche and tarts.  Our quiche flavors range from the classic spinach and bacon to the more unusual roasted cauliflower and black olive.  Free Range eggs, organic milk and cream and a light touch make the quiche velvety, light and delicious.  Another French classic re-imagined as a pie is our Potato Gratin Tart.  On any day a layer of braised fennel, wild mushrooms or even sautéed nettles may be combined with thinly sliced potatoes and melted cheese.  Whole quiches and tarts feed 6-8 people and are $24 until September 1, 2015, when all pies, sweet and savory will be $27. (Ingredient costs are shooting up due to the drought.). There is always at least one vegetarian option daily.


POSTED BY missionpie ON March 22, 2011 IN Our Food.

4 Responses to “Quiche and Tart”

  1. August 10, 2011 at 11:54 pm, Lisa said:

    My friend told me about this resturant and the pies, so she brings me a piece of the mixed berry pie oh my God I waited til the end of the day to taste it oh my God that’s the best mixed berry pie I’ve ever tasted I’m savoring the rest til tomorrow I’ll be there to buy that same pie next week.

  2. November 11, 2012 at 4:28 am, Christina said:

    My comadre brought over a potato gratin tart with rajas to include with our dinner. It was so delicious!

  3. July 08, 2013 at 11:32 pm, Doris Martin said:

    I am crazy about your little pecan pies. I have a friend who gives them to me and I have a hard time not eating them all at once! If possible, I would like to know the calories and fat content of one of them. I wish I lived closer to your store (maybe it’s better I don’t!)
    Thank you.

  4. July 09, 2013 at 5:19 pm, missionpie said:

    Hi Doris,
    The little pies you like so much are actually walnut-not pecan. Because we are a small producer, we don’t have our menu items analyzed for calorie and nutritional content. Sorry I can’t be of more help. Hope to see you again soon.

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