Posts Tagged ‘Julia child’

Lemon Tart à la Julia

I’ve been wanting a copy of Mastering the Art of French Cooking for a long, long time.  I owned quite a few dessert/baking cookbooks from an early age, and almost every author acknowledged a heavy and long-standing debt to Julia Child for the way she revolutionized how we think about cooking and food in the […] Read more…

Sweet Nothing Du Jour: 2/5/13

First of all, thank you so, so much for your kind words last week. I was incredibly touched and comforted, more than you’ll know. My new computer arrives tomorrow, so we’ll be up and running soon, but the absence of Internet and a full keyboard has meant that I’ve got quite a few new (to […] Read more…

Sweet Nothing Du Jour: 1/5/13

Of course I can’t be 100% sure of what 2013 will bring, but I’m pretty sure it’ll bring some badass Boeuf Bourgignon and Coq au Vin.  Merci maman, pour les cocottes Staub!  I impulse-purchased Mastering the Art of French Cooking for myself, so once I feel remotely like eating butter or cream again (oof, December […] Read more…