12 hours with Julia Child

the French Chef

They say French cuisine is less about the food and more about the experience. Well, it was all that as Monica worked steadily in the kitchen for 12 hours on a dinner recipe from famous chef, Julia Child: Coquilles St. Jacques with authentic french bread and Cherries Clafouti for dessert.

What a fun day we had chatting and working together, taking photos of the process and clinking glasses with each successful step. It was a wonderful meal at the end of an epic day, all of it recorded in photos. Here is 12 Hours with Julia Child.

 

Author: nellyglass

Stained Glass Artist

2 thoughts on “12 hours with Julia Child”

  1. OMG You are sooo lucky, Nelson. I was hungry just looking at the photos, and I just finished eating!

    On Sun, Apr 10, 2022 at 6:03 AM nellyglass studio wrote:

    > nellyglass posted: ” They say French cuisine is less about the food and > more about the experience. Well, it was all that as Monica worked steadily > in the kitchen for 12 hours on a dinner recipe from famous chef, Julia > Child: Coquilles St. Jacques with authentic french bre” >

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