Perhaps one of the most famous chefs to exist, today marks the 104th birthday of Julia Child! She is most known for her love of French cuisine and bringing it to Americans in her world-renowned book Mastering the Art of French Cooking which still stands the test of time today. Not only did she make French cooking accessible to many Americans but she encourage chefs in the home to actually enjoy cooking as an art or hobby rather than a mindless chore that had to be done. Child’s memory and food continues to live on and will always be recognized as such a contribution to American cuisine. (Crediting http://www.pbs.org/food/chefs/julia-child/ as a source and check them out to learn more about Child & photo credit: http://cdn.quotationof.com/images/julia-child-1.jpg)
Hey y’all! This weekend we had a little taste of southern comfort food and visited Hank’s Seafood Restaurant in Charleston, South Carolina. There we learned a lot about some of the main staples in southern cuisine like grits, potatoes, collard greens, fried chicken (really fried anything ) and more!
Another huge part of Hank’s southern menu is fresh and local “catches of the day” featuring mussels, crab, shrimp, oysters and a variety of fish which all tastes like they came straight from the sea and onto your plate, which they did, with a little preparation in between of course! Below are some shots that we captured of some delectable plates but they hardly do the taste any justice.
If you follow us on Instagram you already know that we got to cater for the Wimbledon TV Crew, so amazing! In light of that we’ve been keeping up with some of the matches. Today for the men’s singles, Federer is going for his 18th grand slam in the semi finals against Raonic. Will he make it?! We’re on the edge of our seats… for more Wimbledon fun follow us on Twitter!
America’s birthday! We’re celebrating with a slice of cherry pie on this patriotic display. Check out more shots on Pinterest. Hope that everyone enjoys the day with friends, family and fireworks. Be safe!