Every pot in Julia’s kitchen had it’s place. Paul outlined each pot on the pegboards so that she would know exactly where to return them. I love her turquoise cannisters.
Julia’s 6 burner Garland commercial range was purchased in 1956 for $429.00. Some of Julia’s later television shows were filmed in her kitchen. The table and chairs were removed and an island with a cooktop were installed for filming. But her wall ovens with the squeaky doors remained.
I wanted to hold Julia’s cookbooks and look for the pages with stains on them. Imagine owning her copy of Mastering the Art of French Cooking.
Other than the fact that this is a horrible picture of me, I was really happy to be this close to Julia Child’s kitchen.
Kristen, Rachel and Michael on the Mall on Black Friday. I enjoyed this Mall better than a shopping mall.
We are on Chincoteague Island right now. This is the view from our room.
We are leaving for Ocracoke this morning and I will not have internet access for awhile but I am looking forward to telling you about the fabulous 7 course dinner that Kristen’s brother David served us at his restaurant, Urbana.
It was one of the best meals I have ever eaten.