A tender pie crust plus a savory filling adds up to a delicious and classic ham-and-cheese quiche that even the gluten-averse can enjoy. The key to this quiche is the easy-to-work-with dough. Since there's no gluten, which leads to toughness if the dough is overworked, you can mix and roll without worry.
Catch you later, ketchup! Dress up your dog with this fresh topping and you'll never go back to a simple squirt again! Also try a Frank and Beans, Hawaiian Dog, Mexican Charred-Corn Dog, and Banh Mi Dog.
Emeril prepared this chicken cordon bleu recipe from his new book, "Emeril 20-40-60," as part of a live cooking challenge on "The Martha Stewart Show." He also made Simple Turkey Meatloaf and Southern-Style Pan-Fried Catfish.
If you're making a big spread and want to cook the entire pork roast just for the sandwiches, the recipe yields enough pork for 4 baguettes, or 16 pieces. You can also use any leftover pork to make sandwiches as well.
From the book "Mad Hungry," by Lucinda Scala Quinn (Artisan Books).