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This smiling image arrived with the press release, looking like a still from Julia's TV show.
Julia Child is perhaps the most famous (deceased) food

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Three Spots Left in Tonight's Julia Child Cooking Class

juliachildclass.jpg
This smiling image arrived with the press release, looking like a still from Julia's TV show.
Julia Child is perhaps the most famous (deceased) food enthusiast, and cooking classes inspired by her have been selling out all over the city, most especially since the release of the film Julie & Julia. The syllabus for this class has been pulled from Child's Mastering the Art of French Cooking --just try and find a used copy of that in a Seattle bookstore these days for anything under a hundred smackers--and include a vocabulary lesson. Terms you'll learn (and may consume) by the end of this demonstration class: monter au beurre, beurre manié, liaison, reduction, and slurry. The menu includes Child's iconic coq au vin, as well as classic omelets, asparagus with Hollandaise, and, to finish, a soufflé flavored with Grand Marnier.

Vivre Julia Child: A French Dinner for the Serious Home Cook

Lisa Dupar Catering and Pomegranate Bistro, 18005 N.E. 68th St., Redmond, 425-881-3250. $75.

Tonight: Tuesday, February 23, 6:30-9 p.m. Call for reservations.

 
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