Cooking With a Master

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Julia Child changed how house wives prepared and cooked meals for centuries. The game changing book ‘Mastering the Art of French Cooking’ has become an icon of home chefs everywhere. Although her recipes are very difficult to master, the end result is always an amazing dish that has only one word to describe it, ‘Yum’.

My husband, being the amazing man that he sometimes is, gave me this famous book for my 35th birthday. I am very scared to try and conquer such a THICK book, but Marshall got me this book to learn how to cook from the master herself. So… I have decided to cook like a master!

Before I continue on about creating these amazing dishes, I do want to issue a statement: Tread lightly into the world of cooking with Julia Child. Her recipes take days to study and understand. With a master chef as a husband, I do have the advantage of his help when things begin to go wrong, which happens more often than I like to admit. Even with his help, I still make many mistakes.

I will be trying to create very difficult French dishes, and I want to share these experiences with you all. I won’t be giving you the actual recipe, just my experiences doing them, and any changes I made.

Maybe, just maybe, I will inspire you to do some French cooking as well. Its hard because its worth it!

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Author: Bryon Zeigler

If you would have told me 15 years ago that I would be a cancer surviving house husband living in Hawaii and owning a winery with my soon to be husband, I would have told you to fuck off. Nothing that good ever happens to me. Yet, today I woke up to the glorious Hawaii sunrise, and the beautiful Ko'olau mountains behind me, and I love it!
 I am an amateur writer, foodie, cook and home maker. I want to share all of this with you as I travel and eat as well as share my struggles with keeping a clean house.
 My name is Bryon, and I am The House Husband!


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