18 responses

  1. stacey snacks
    January 23, 2012

    OK, this sounds really weird, but for some weird reason, I want a piece!

  2. Gemma
    January 23, 2012

    This just seems so odd… But you have never steered me wrong before, Julie, so I may have to give it a try!

  3. Avery
    January 23, 2012

    For some reason this combo doesn’t strike me as odd at all… this would be great for an Oktoberfest brunch! Cabbage? Bacon? Cheese? Crust? Caraway? What’s not to like? :)

  4. kickpleat
    January 23, 2012

    I’m all about using what I’ve got, so this actually intrigued me. I love cabbage! Good work :)

  5. Vivian
    January 23, 2012

    Classic Alsatian flavours and really pretty to look at.

  6. Cathy Norrie
    January 23, 2012

    Mmmmmm… sounds delish and I seem to be on a savoury pie kick these days (made a turkey pot pie the other night to help clean out my freezer – there goes another empty large yogurt pottle into the recycle bin)… so this will be perfect for tonight’s dinner! Thanks, as always, for your inspirations, Julie!

  7. Jan @ Family Bites
    January 23, 2012

    Nice! I’m trying to “use it up” too these days, so this is great. What a great combination of foods.

  8. Laurie from Burnaby
    January 23, 2012

    Oh, delicious! What a combination of French method and German inclusions! I’ll completely make this! Thank you

  9. Bonnie Vox
    January 23, 2012

    Nice call on using slaw in quiche. I had leftover cabbage from making borscht and threw a slaw together with apples and leftover from xmas spiced nuts. For you bacontarians out there, I’m sure a sprinkle would have been good on top.

  10. jake
    January 24, 2012

    nice! love caraway. and cheese, and cabbage, and bacon. not strange at all.

    I did a use-up on the weekend too: Curried vegs (garden potatoes and shallots from the basement, frozen garden spinach and peas – all from my Okotoks garden), Whole wheat chapatis, Tamarind chutney and Mango lassi. It made 3 days worth of eating! The last of it was a 1 minute supper last night when i got home from a 800km+ day trip for a meeting.

  11. B_Licious
    January 24, 2012

    How weird is this combination? And how delicious! Can you believe I was inspired to make this for my picky eater son because I had all the ingredients in the house? I made the pie crust from scratch, which turned out *ok*. But picky eater even ate the quiche!! I made two. Both without the onion and for the kids without caraway. I sauteed the cabbage (no cole slaw mix) with the bacon as suggested. Ours (with the caraway) was delicious. Thanks.

  12. Ashley
    January 24, 2012

    This sounds amazing! Great use of what was available in your kitchen. I’m trying to focus more on that too.

  13. AJDoula
    January 24, 2012

    Your comment about going to the grocery store for milk and eggs and coming home with bags of stuff made me laugh – my kids call it the $70 jug of milk!

  14. natalie – ga
    January 24, 2012

    Way to sell this! I read the title and almost didn’t read and had to laugh at your first line… you make anything look yummy!

  15. Tara S
    January 25, 2012

    I admit this sounded really gross. But it looks FANTASTIC!! And I always struggle with getting through an entire bag of coleslaw. Thanks for another great idea!

  16. ester
    January 30, 2012

    nice! and your crust looks so good! I am working on pie crusts and still need to keep at it so I’ll try this recipe next. Thanks!

  17. Loli
    February 19, 2012

    Thank-you Julie! Used Turkey bacon and old cheddar instead of fattening bacon and cut the cheese in half using Old. WOW! But, I used Tenderflake pie crust out of the freezer….next time will try to make my own crust!

  18. GoviP
    April 25, 2012

    I made it with pointed ‘sweetheart’ cabbage. It’s really yummy. No bacon, but carrots, and half the amount of caraway seeds. Loved it~

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