Julia child seafood crepes recipes

French Fridays: French (cook)books for the holidays

French Fridays: French (cook)books for the holidays

JuliaChild’s Second Act by Alex Prud’homme. Prud’homme chronicles Julia’s path to re-inventing herself, painting a vivid picture and the book was, for me at least, just as much of a page-turner as a thriller
Coq Au Vin, #Cafe Marmotte, and A Mother's Recipe

Coq Au Vin, #Cafe Marmotte, and A Mother's Recipe

As many of you may know Coq au Vin was a dish that JuliaChild became known for. Julia published a recipe for it in her first book-Mastering the Art of French cooking- and as we all know, that book became history
Cooking The Mediterranean Countries-France

Cooking The Mediterranean Countries-France

some do not agree with sauteing all vegetables together, such as JuliaChild, and argue the vegetables should be cooked separately and layered into the baking dish

The Daring Cooks Get Saucy!

JuliaChild says in Mastering the Art of French Cooking “ sauces are the splendor and glory of cooking, yet there is nothing serious or mysterious about making them

Quiche Lorraine for Mother’s Day #SundaySupper

I never thought I was a fan of quiche, that was until I made JuliaChilds’ Quiche Lorraine. I did cheat on the crust with a premade and I still haven’t made Julia’s crust, but I have made a few other homemade crusts

Valentine Day Recipes - Videos & a Photo Story

Chef Zakk's Tuscan Primavera - Cajun Style, Chicken Stroganoff, JuliaChild'sCrepes Suzette, Baked Chicken with Grapes, Shepherd's Pie, Portabella Crab Rockefeller, Coconut Crusted Fish & Mango Salsa, Pork Bourguignon, Vegas Eggs Benedict, French Cassoulet, Stuffed Poblano Chiles, and Roasted Mint Chicken