Sunday, April 17, 2011

Kids in the Kitchen

Picking basil leaves

Cuisine de Provence's youngest guest ever did a great job yesterday helping her parents in the kitchen: This young lady is just six years old but worked like a pro: picking basil leaves for a fresh green tapenade, chopping the vegetables for a mousseline de courgettes, filling filo parcels with chèvre and sun dried tomatoes and - while nobody was looking, composing a beautiful table decoration from flowers she found in the garden. It doesn't happen very often that parents bring their children to cooking class, but so far I found that the younger they are the more enthusiastic. It was a joy to see!

Preparing what we called....

.....Bonbons de Provence

6 comments:

  1. Hello! I'm back online and back from Uzbekistan! What a sweet post this is, and the pictures are adorable!

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  2. What a delightful child, and a very understanding hostess too, I might add. The bonbons de Provence seem so easy to make too. Why, a child could make them!

    Thank you!

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  3. Good to have you back, Claudia, we are all glad the blogger ban is over!

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  4. The pictures are really nice. And your child is so adorable, Les bonbons de province ont l air trop bon hehhe.
    Thank you for this post.

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  5. beautiful pictures of beautiful place

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