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Building Relationships
 a Movie

Crawfish Quiche
'Girl In Progress'

By Jim Hasser
Crawfish Quiche
3/4 lb cooked, peeled crawfish
4 eggs
2 cups heavy whipping cream
Pie crust
Bell pepper
Tabasco sauce
Parmesan Regano cheese
1 cup graded white cheddar cheese

Chop onions and bell peppers and sauté with garlic in olive oil. Add crawfish and continue sautéing for 5 minutes. Set aside and let cool.

Lightly flour a deep dish pie plate and place pie crust in it.

Put eggs into bowl and season with Emeril’s, Worcestershire and Tobasco sauce to taste. Whisk eggs. Add cream and white cheddar and whisk again.

Spread cooled crawfish mixture across bottom of pie crust. Add egg mixture. Top with Parmesan Regano cheese. Cook on 350 for 20-30 minutes until golden brown. Let sit for 5 minutes and serve. Delicious!

Girl in Progress
Unbeknownst to self-absorbed single mom Grace, played by Eva Mendes, her daughter, Ansiedad, decides to plan her own coming of age story after learning in English class what coming of age means. Little does she know what she has in store for herself!

The movie, directed by Patricia Riggen, also stars Matthew Modine, Cierra Ramirez, Patricia Arquette, Eugenio Derbez, Raini Rodriguez, Russell Peters,Landon Liboiron, Brenna O'Brien, Tiera Skovbye, Kendall Cross, Jocelyne Loewen, and Margot Berner, all of whom do an excellent job of acting.

This indie comedy-drama was actually quite good. I thought it was going to play out as a standard chick flick, (which it sort of was), but it really has a good story which was entertaining and kept our attention all the way to the end. We give it a two thumbs up!

(Editor's note: Jim and Carolyn Hasser's Dinner & a Movie is a brand new feature in Mobile Bay Times. Jim is an attorney in Mobile and Carolyn is a Realtor with Roberts Brothers.
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