National Quiche Lorraine Day

National Quiche Lorraine Day is celebrated on May 20 of every year. National Quiche Lorraine Day is a food holiday dedicated to the Quiche Lorraine. Quiche is a savoury open tart or flan that contains eggs, milk, cream, cheese, meat. seafood and vegetables. The Quiche Lorraine can be served either hot or cold. Quiche is a part of French cuisine and it is very popular in various countries as party food. Hence National Quiche Lorraine Day is a perfect day to enjoy the taste of Quiche Lorraine with your family members and friends.

History of National Quiche Lorraine Day

The exact origin and the founder of National Quiche Lorraine Day are still unknown. Savory Quiche first appeared in Alsace-Lorraine, a region of northeastern France. The first quiche Lorraine was made on a bread dough for bottom crust and filled with bacon and custard. Later, Cheese was also used to make Quiche.

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National Quiche Lorraine Day

Actually, quiche is like pizza: everyone can make the unique combination of ingredients to make their dream dish. You can use cheese, seafood, meats, vegetables for the fillings. Then serve it for dinner with salad, bread and white wine to celebrate the Quiche Lorraine Day.

Other Celebrations on May 20

May 20 is also celebrated as

How to Celebrate National Quiche Lorraine Day

The best way to celebrate the day is by having a slice or two of quiche with your family members and friends. If you are an expert in cooking, then try yourself to make quiche lorraine. You will need eggs, bacon, milk, cheese, and cream. As the Quiche Lorraine is served at picnics with a side salad, you can gather your friends for a small picnic on this day. Post pictures and share your thoughts on social media about National Quiche Lorraine Day by using the hashtag #QuicheLorraineDay.

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