Julia Child passed away in 2004, but if she was still alive, today would have been her 100th birthday. I’ll admit, most of my Julia Child knowledge comes from the movie Julie and Julia but I think most people are at least a little bit familiar with the woman who taught French cooking to America (even if it was from a movie that came out over 40 years later).
While driving to Pinnacle this morning, I thought, “What is for dinner tonight?” I know, it was 8:30 a.m., why was I thinking of dinner? Well, last night, I watched an old episode of Giada at Home. Only Giada can get me in the mood to cook. I was thinking of making her yummy Penne with Shrimp and Herb Cream sauce recipe. I am not the best cook, but I love trying new recipes, so tonight could be a disaster or a success. To prevent any messes, I will definitely be wearing my favorite apron. Take a look at my favorite aprons.
Hello, local readers! We’re here with lots of fun things to do in and around Atlanta this weekend. Don’t forget to add these great events to your Foursquare To-Do list, and feel free to share your own tips in the comments section. Enjoy your weekend, and of course, let us know where you end up!
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