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29 January 2010


Shimano (christine)

I missed Julia & Julie at the movies too but just recently saw it on the plane and thought it was a great book. Don't think I will be trying out any of the recipes.

Those layouts are so bright and gorgeous. xx


I LOVE Julia Child! And that is a fab cook book. My mother gave me an old copy, and I used it constantly. Have fun with it. Love all the LOs too. Sassafras always so bright amd fun; it makes me happy.


Are beautiful!

Kathleen Glossop

Beautiful pages's, and what a hoot the first photo is!! Have fun experimenting with the new book, my hubby's the cook in our house, might have to mention this book ;)


Amy Kilgore

My fave movie! My DH got me the cookbook for Christmas and it's already dog eared, spilled on and generally abused looking! You will love it! I enjoy just reading her captions in it! Have fun!


I haven't seen the movie yet, but it's on my Netflix queue! Those are some adorable projects!

Andrea MacDonald

Great layouts! I love Julie & Julia. I too want to cook up a storm. Only thing is we're vegetarian. I guess I could do a challenge to see if I could make all of the recipes vegetarian. Hmmm, I might just try that.


haven't seen the movie yet, but i want to (waiting on my hubby) lol! love the projects, especially the second one!


This summer I have seen the movie, avec Meryl Streep. It was pretty good.


I just loved that movie and got such a kick out of the portayal of Julia Child as I used to watch her show (reruns I'm sure).
Gorgeous colourful layouts, opening your blog page is like being bathed in a ray of sunshine :O)


dear Sass, I seriously can't wait for the CHA-w releases, did some sassy scrapping while I wait.

Sasha Holloway

Julia Julia is a great movie .. love'n the pages

Kathleen Glossop

Got some Sassy time in today :D Always a good day ;)





Loved seeing all of these pages....inspired me to do some work of my own. http://aubreesscraps.blogspot.com

Tran Quach

I bought the book after watching the movie. Make the very first recipe, Potatoe soup (I used onion instead of leek), BUT OHHHH SOOOOO GOOOOODDDDD!!!

celeste smith

rebecca - you should read a bio of julia child. you will be even more smitted.

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