Of course, feel free to dress up the dishes a bit; for example, opt for an "elegant" macaroni and cheese dish, an especially decadent soup dressed up with sour cream and chives or platters of miniature quiche.
Selections include an appetizer (typically soup or salad), the entrée (choices range from grilled tuna to Quiche Lorraine), and then the dessert (Crème Brule, ice cream, or fresh fruit).
Of Totonicapam, was formerly the capital of the Quiche kings, but has now a Ladino population.
Among the most curious documents of early America is the Popol-Vuh or national book of the Quiche kingdom of Guatemala, a compilation of traditions written down by native scribes, found and translated by Father Ximenez about 1700, and published by Scherzer (Vienna, 1857) and Brasseur de Bourbourg (Paris, 1861).
In Mexico itself the languages of the Nahua nations, of which the Aztec is the best-known dialect, show no connexion of origin with the language of the Otomi tribes, nor either of these with the languages of the regions of the ruined cities of Central America, the Quiche of Guatemala and the Maya of Yucatan.
His rotating menu includes quiche, sandwiches and fresh local salad greens and vegetables.
Dinner is served Wednesday through Saturday and with a large menu featuring pasta, seafood, chicken, buffalo, quiche, soups, sandwiches and spicy meatballs, there's plenty here for everyone to enjoy.
The brunch menu includes shrimp and grits, signature quiche and a Spanish omelet.
The soups are on rotation and there are eight varieties of quiche by the slice daily; each costs less than $5.
Carmel, IN 46032Deeter's: (317) 844-8500Chimney: (317) 844-0921glasschimneyanddeeters.com La Mie Emilie La Mie Emilie, a patisserie and French cafe, serves crepes, French toast, fresh croissants and quiche Lorraine on the regular brunch menu.
Specialities include beef, seafood, poultry and quiche.
The lunch menu features quiche, seafood crepes and mixed salads.
For heartier fare, check out Cocoa Bean for lunch or brunch, and enjoy their offerings of quiche, soup and panini, and don't forget to top off the meal with a chocolate treat.
The Quiche Popol Vuh, or "Book of History," which was translated into Spanish by the Dominican friar Ximenes, and edited with a French version by Brasseur de Bourbourg, is an important document for students of the local myths.
It is the MS. of Father Francisco Ximenez, Historia de la Provincia de San Vicente de Chiapa y Guatemala, in three big volumes in folio, which contain the famous Spanish translation of the Quiche myths or the " Popol-Vuh."
The Indians belong chiefly to the Maya stock, which predominates throughout Peten, or to the allied Quiche race which is well represented in the Altos and central districts.
Historical value of the ordinary kind may be found in the latter part of the Popol-Vuh, which gives names of chiefs down to the time when they began to bear Spanish names and the great city of Quiche became the deserted ruin of Santa Cruz.
Santa Cruz Quiche, 25 m.