Most of you know that I am not much of a cook; although I like to prepare something nice for my guests and am certainly not the worst pizza-maker on the planet, I simply can't be bothered to spend much time in the kitchen when it is just myself, and therefore most of the time, my meals consist of muesli (for breakfast) and cheese sandwiches (in the evenings), with plenty of chocolate and other sweets as well as a regular supply of fruit complementing my diet.
The other night, I actually switched on my kitchen stove and made myself something different for dinner. I had some leftovers in my fridge that needed eating or throwing away very soon, and as I was taught from an early age that food is not to be wasted, I decided to use those bits and fix a QUIS meal - quick & simple.
What I had was a chunk of goat cheese, three eggs, and a pot of basil growing on my window sill, plus a fresh loaf of bread that I had bought that same day.
The goat cheese was diced and some of the basil leaves added:
When the cheese began to melt in the hot pan, I added the eggs which I had spiced with a bit of salt and black pepper.
In no time, the eggs were done, and I enjoyed them with a few slices of buttered bread.
As I said - a QUIS meal!