There's no such thing as a 'real man' anyway - that's just a symbol of gender binaries enforced upon us by culture, etc, etc.
Anyway, I love quiche. Quiche is great. But, then again, I recently got mistaken for a girl on here and I cry and all that stuff. Salmon and broccoli is one of the best forms of quiche. Have it with salad and boiled potatoes. Yum.
I'm also having brocolli, only with cauliflower and pasta in a cheese sauce, if I remember to fetch milk on the way home.
I'm on a health kick, and trying very hard to get my 5 a day. So far I've had one glass of juice, half a carrot and half a stick of celery. Reckon that's actually only about 2 portions. So one of brocolli, one of cauli and if I can force down a banana as well, I'm done...
I made quiche on Sunday. At the time I was simply happy because it had a nice texture (firmer than the shop variety), so I got distracted and overlooked its potential to disrupt the performance of normative genders. (Might spend next weekend making a Judith Butler cookbook.)