Y'all have to go see this one. I made my sweet husband go with me, and there was so much humor in it that he actually enjoyed it.
Meryl Streep is amazing as usual,
Amy Adams does a fantastic job too. In fact, the whole cast is great.
Stanley Tucci too.
That night I tried to pick up Mastering the Art of French Cooking at the Barnes and Noble and was totally denied.
Here's the real Julie with her book that was made into the movie. That one was there.
Apparently a lot of other people are having the same reaction to the movie. The BN was sold out. When I got home I ordered it on Amazon. I was supposed to get it on Tues., but, Ack!, when I was checking the tracking of it, there was a huge delay. The updated delivery date was the 10th. Wow! The whole country must be trying to get this book, but joy of all joys, it came yesterday! Yippee!
I can now cook with Julia! Heehee! There's one big problem though. That colossal bruschetta that Julie makes at the beginning of the movie isn't going to be in the cookbook. I want the recipe for that! It's what started my mouth drooling sitting in the theater. It looks simple enough, but I want the details! Maybe I should google it. So I'm off to see what I can find. Bon appétit! And happy long weekend!