His cravings could not be sated. Like a new born Russian oligarch after his first taste of caviar the simple stuff could no longer quench his quiche thirst, he needed beluga. So of course the natural thing to do was get the Tesco Finest Vintage Cheddar & Caramelised Onion Quiche 420G.
It was 9am on Sunday and Ben solemnly trugged down the staircase to hell from the Oympic heights of Dicey to the Hadic depths of St 21. As his frosted breaths formed icicles he gingerly pushed the quiche into the oven and waited the 20 minutes for it too cook. He then retreated back to the loft heights of Dicey and sat down to a nice quichy breakfast.
Once again Ben was flabbergasted, how could so much gusto, fervour and flavour be packed into a single oven-cookable meal. He had decided he needed to get serious about his quiche eating. He had to try them all, and rank them. So he devised his scoring mechanism, explained here. The Tesco Finest Vintage Cheddar & Caramelised Onion Quiche 420G got a solid 12 on his scoring mechanism. Being negatively impacted by it's bounciness and whiskey pairability, but excelling in mouth feel and crispiness.