[Sca-cooks] Cooking class in Paris
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Tue Aug 2 17:26:50 PDT 2011
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On Wed, Aug 3, 2011 at 1:23 AM, Michael Gunter <dookgunthar at hotmail.com>wrote:
> This October my lady love and I will be going to France for a couple of
> weeks to tour
> the country a bit. Starting in Lyon (the culinary capital of France) for a
> few days with
> wine tours, a trip to the French Alps, a visit to the castle they are
> building in total period
> fashion and then to Dijon where a visit to the Mustard Museum is a must.
> After that we
> will be doing three days in Paris visiting the catacombs, the Monet
> exhibit, markets and
> the like. I have just signed for an all day course at Le Cordon Bleu just
> for the fun of it.
> The course is entitled "In Honor of Julia Child" and features some of the
> dishes she is
> famous for introducing to America. This session will be Mussels in curried
> cream sauce (mouclade)
> Traditional lamb ‘blanquette’ with seasonal vegetables and a
> Grandmother-style tart.
> I already know how to make all of that but it will be fun to see the
> "French method" as
> well as just having the bragging rights of attending a class there.
> I'm looking forward to this.
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