Kicking the Art of French Cooking’s Ass

Dinner last night came partially from my amazement that I had never tried a Julia Child recipe, and partially from being completely in lust with all the fall fruits and vegetables. (No, I don’t feel strange for lusting after root crops or the like.) What’s not to be inspired by?

Here, I’ll say it  s l o w l y…

one hardback “Mastering the Art of French Cooking” book

onions

brown eggs

butter

fresh cheese

spinach

sea salt

champagne

mission figs

warm strawberries

champagne

grapes with seeds

champagne

some other stuff but you get the point.

 

Needless to say it was delightful. Soupe à L’oignon Gratinée and a Quiche  were served with local, fresh fruit.

Carla (celebrity blogger) enjoying (or at least pretending) French Onion Soup.

Here is my favorite fork, stolen from the Palace Hotel in SF. Long story.

Ah, the champagne cork. An old friend.

Cheers! Go out and eat the season as much as possible before it gets cold!

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