Seriously, it’s been a wonderful week that has sped by like lightening – I can’t believe that tomorrow is the last day and I’ll be packing up my white jackets, checked pants and tall white hats and saying (sadly) au revoir to the CIA. At the same time, I’m excited because my husband/photographer joined me today and tomorrow we head down the Hudson River to New York City where he’ll studying food photography and styling at ICE – the Institute of Culinary Education.
|Jeff, Beverly and Maria all looking (and cooking!) like pros.|
|Why is it that when Chef Bruno demonstrate the perfect French omelet it looks making omelets is a piece of cake but when I try it, it takes me five floopers before I get one right …………… not perfect but acceptable…….|
|Miranda (left) was another of our assistants today. She’s a student here at the CIA. She was invaluable today, in fact without her, we’d probably still be the kitchen!|
|A demonstration on cutting onions the “French” way. Why didn’t I think of this, it makes so much sense.|
|I don’t know about you but I wouldn’t mind any of these cute young fellows cooking dinner for me. These are a few of the professional CIA students on break. They all seem to love what they’re doing!|
|All done for the day, very tired still grinning like a you-know-what. See you tomorrow! Au revoir!|