Finally. I've patiently waited for several months to have in my possession the holy grail of the cooking world. One simple little thing.
And here she is.
There's something certainly mystical and magical about this cookbook. Perhaps it's the recipes contained within the slightly aged pages. Perhaps it's the hand-written notes made by my father, with his near perfect penmanship, about cooking time, quantities and wine pairings. Like a '79 Chateau Lafite.
It seems my father found his niche in cooking from Julia's cookbook.
But perhaps the most magical element of this cookbook is this.
I'm ready to curl up on the couch and sift through the pages of this, the holy grail of cookbooks, to find some new favorites. Too bad I can't curl up with that '79 Chateau Lefite.