Monday, August 6, 2012

a little Paris kitchen

We've been enjoying these so much, the babies and I.  Perfect for ironing to, or sewing.


Part Two of Episode One Here

There are six episodes in all.

Josiah loves to cook like sister and stirs together big pots full of toys made into stew and brings them to me to taste!

11 comments:

Auntie Meredith said...

Thank you so much for introducing us to this series. It's wonderful! Maggie and I watched several episodes yesterday. I made the chicken dumplings for our dinner, but instead of serving them in the broth, I made a tomato sauce with bacon, shallots,erbyckin and fennel seed in it. Yummy! Today I intend to attempt Croque Madame for our lunch.

Kat said...

I am so glad! That all sounds so yummy!

Auntie Meredith said...

What on earth is erbyckin?? I have no idea how that "word" ended up in the midst of my post. How strange!

Kat said...

Haha! I figured it was something I was going to have to look up. :)

Auntie Meredith said...

It's reminiscent of the posts that Will used to put up on facebook by Greta. :)

Auntie Meredith said...

By the way, Katie, today we had the Croque Madame minuse the ham. It was so delicious that the girls asked for it again for dinner. I happily obliged. Yumminess.

Kat said...

Yay! It sounds like perfect eating to me. Greta always says, "Mommie, we should make that!" when we watch these. :)

Rosie said...

We have been having a wonderful time watching LPK too, lately!
Actually, I was watching this episode the other day, while sewing :)

Our littles always say the same as Greta too- "We have to make that!" lol

Auntie Meredith said...

What have you tried so far? Is it hard to adapt her cream laden, white bread recipes to your dietary needs? Her stuff is yummy, but not exactly healthy. :)

Kat said...

Yes, well, that would be why I haven't made anything yet, Auntie Mer. :/ I think I could do it alright if I put my mind to it though. I sure miss 'real' cooking some days.

Mrs.Rabe said...

What a lovely series! Thank you for link to this.

I just watch through the whole first episode! So much to try!

Deanna