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Julia Child’s Boeuf Bourguignon

I was given a bottle of red wine from a co-worker who had recently gotten marriage. The couple had given all the guests a bottle of red wine they bottled and corked at a winery in the Niagara region. 938 more words


While sitting and waiting for programs on my laptop to transfer over to my EXT hard drive because my Macbook Air is just too slow to work properly, I am forced to think. 433 more words


Tomato and basil bruschetta: Dear Italy, please don't hate me...

This is one of the easiest dishes you will ever make, you’re welcome.

Have you ever watched Julie and Julia? Meryl Streep, portrays the great, adorable, determined American cook Julia Childs, and Amy Adams plays Julie Powell a former writer who we find working in the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation, helping individuals through the after-effects of 9/11. 577 more words


Chapter Ten: Paris et Cuisine

Paris is heaven, Paris is home.

I know I’ve talked about Paris previously and I’ll probably talk about it many more times. It’s gorgeous, vibrant, and delicious.

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Boeuf Bourguignon. A must have cold-weather food classic. My adaption from Julia Child's recipe in, "Mastering the Art of French Cooking."

A wonderful dish, raising simple “old world ” peasants stew- to a complex, full body depth; capable of transcending you to your comfortable warm happy place! 681 more words

Dinner Recipes

Coq au Vin - French Comfort Food- A Rich and Historical Culinary Masterpiece!!

This dish though! < Big Sigh,> Chicken cooked in a rich, velvety sauce, framed with smoky bacon & earthy flavors! Various legends trace coq au vin to ancient Julius Caesar, but the recipe was not documented until the early 20th century when Julia Child featured coq au vin 1961- on PBS in the United States.The Kennedy Era. 427 more words


Bringing back Sunday Night Dinner

Confession: I am not a good cook.

My go-to used to be chicken breast with BBQ sauce with some boxed organic mac and cheese. It was a great meal back then, but not so much now. 479 more words