Minette’s Feast by Susanna Reich

by Debbie Gonzales on May 2, 2012

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Susanna Reich’s delightful Minette’s Feast, illustrated by Amy Bates, celebrates the rich personal life and culinary passion of Julia Child, an incredible individual who was the first woman to be inducted to the culinary Hall of Fame. Julia was known for her love of fine French food and her casual, unassuming way of cooking it.  She once said, “I was 32 when I started cooking; up until then, I just ate.” 

To learn more about the life and times of Julia Child click HERE to view a video biography of this personable chef.

Click HERE to access a website produced by the PBS commemorating Julia Child’s inspirational culinary career.

Lastly, click HERE to watch a delightful YouTube video of an aged Julia Child baking French Bread with Danielle Forestier. Don’t you wish we could smell the amazing scent of  homemade French bread through the screen? Yum.

Be sure to follow Susanna’s blog tour book giveaway (more info HERE) and stop by next week to read an interview with Susanna!

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