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Lately I’ve been reading As Always, Julia: The Letters of Julia Child and Avis DeVoto, and the more I hear her voice in those letters, the more I completely love her and am inspired to be myself. Just be myself. And so, as I mentioned earlier this week, I become more in awe of a woman who adored food, determined to understand how to cook well as inspired by the French and didn’t edit who she was. With a few quotes for inspiration in this penultimate post of TSLL French Week, as well as a video of how to make an omelette from her PBS cooking series The French Chef (she has a great trick for how to practice the omelette flip that looks so complicated and it involves . . . beans! Take a look.), I thought this a fitting way to wrap up the week and perhaps provide breakfast inspiration for tomorrow morning. Bon appétit!
~The Omelette episode is in season #9, episode #18
~JULIA CHILD posts in TSLL Archives:
~A Savory Tart from Julia Child (magnificent as mini tarts for appetizers – delicious!)
French Week 2016 posts (#tsllfrenchweek):
~How to Be Chic with Fiona Ferris (podcast)