At the bakery, we shared a little quiche and I want to say it was called "Cowboy Quiche". The quiche was made in a small, individual-serving size round tart pan and the ingredients included chorizo sausage, green chiles, and cheese, and it was all baked into a pastry crust. Of course this inspired me to make a green chile quiche at home. I had all the ingredients at home with the exception of monterrey jack cheese. I have been using pepper jack cheese in quiches lately BUT I think the pepper jack cheese I am finding at the store is a bit odd. It seems like more like "processed cheese food" and it seems to melt funny and pool up to the top of the quiche when it bakes. So this time around, I decided I wanted to use monterrey jack cheese. For my quiche, I also decided to use some precooked turkey breakfast sausage since I had it on hand and it's much leaner than chorizo. I think chorizo would be really good in this quiche.