We lived in a tenament appartment but we had a clean, safe, warm, dry roof over our heads.
Let’s just consider it a modern translation of the ancient Hebrew script from Isaiah about "comforting my people" and “preparing the way”.
PS: For those of you who asked, no, I don't have my grandmother's recipe. However, this one comes close to the recipe I remember. There's also this one from Nigella Lawson I don't know what kind of cheese my grandmother used - probably a soft cheese like the Portuguese version of Mozzarella or maybe some Cheddar but you can use whatever you like. My grandmother sometimes added slices of hard boiled egg. The onions, as I remember, were yellow and sweet. And she used real butter. Of course. But, it wasn't like a quiche like Paula Dean makes. It was just straight up onions and garlic and maybe some slices of potatoes. And, it had a top and bottom crust. So, so, so good.