Sunday, November 15
After a very fun day at the From Scratch show yesterday, I've been enjoying an indulgently lazy Sunday morning laced with too many cups of strong Irish tea, the December issue of Martha Stewart Living, and knitting mittens. How lovely to read this post by Erika of blooma finds (which is a wonderful find in itself) about my line of "Julia" aprons! Could the day get much better? Visit the original post here.
Erika's post reminds me of a story told by Alex Prud'Homme in a wonderful Thalia Book Club interview with both Alex and Judith Jones: One Thanksgiving, Julia and Paul are on their way to Alex's parents house in Connecticut, but they get lost. A neighbor is in the midst of making her turkey (Julia's book open on the counter) and it's not going well. She responds to a knock on her door in a frustrated state and there stands Julia Child! Can you imagine? Julia helps her out with her turkey and the woman directs Julia to the Prud'Hommes; happy ending! So you never know what could happen...
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