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Quiche is a pie-size pastry crust filled with a savory mix of eggs, vegetables, and/or meat. The most popular variety is quiche Lorraine, which contains bacon. A quiche is baked, sliced, and served warm or room-temperature for brunch, light lunch, or a snack. Although it can be quite hearty, quiche never shed its reputation as effeminate food – an image crystallized by the title of Bruce Feirstein’s 1982 satirical best-seller, Real Men Don’t Eat Quiche.