Reine de Saba - Julia Child - JC100

Reine de Saba - Julia Child
Culinary Icon Julia Child would have turned 100 years old today! In her honor I baked a Reine de Saba. 

This cake will be served tonight at my table. We are having a family Dinner with my son that is going to study in Hong Kong for four months. It will be the last time that the five of us can be together until Christmas or New Year. I will have a chance to visit him in November. Can't wait.

I participated in the JC100 Project along fabulous bloggers, chefs, restaurants, bookstores. We are celebrating Julia and her legacy.

You can follow the project of Twitter: JC100


You can view the recipe on: An Uneducated Palate

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  1. I knew you would make something and I had a suspicion it would be chocolate! It looks gorgeous and will be a thing remembered at this special dinner. Hong Kong...wow...and you get to visit him as well! Such excitment over there!

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  2. Thanks so much Kayte. Yes it had to be chocolate. I'm a lover.

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  3. It's beautiful..I love Julia..I am sure your dinner was a success..
    It's always difficult to say Bye bye..It will be so exciting for you to visit in November]

    Bon Voyage..vous deux:)et plus!

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  4. Maravillosa torta luce espectacular,saludos y abrazos,hugs,hugs.

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  5. A beautiful cake and lovely tribute to Julia Child!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  6. Helene, that cake looks gorgeous and not so difficult to make. Thanks for sharing. Have fun in Hong Kong.

    Vicky

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  7. Happy birthday to Julia. By the way I have met Laura from An Uneducated Palate she is from here. As it so happens we first met at a cooking class at Mission Hill Winery "A Night with Julia Child".

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  8. Beautiful recipe for a fitting tribute to one of Americas greatest chefs! This is one cake I need to bake ... fast! Gorgeous Helene! Happy 100th JC!

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  9. What a work of art... I would love to be at your dinner table tonight. Everyone must be excited... have not made this one and it looks scrumptious!
    :)
    V

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  10. nice selection, helene--this is one of my favorite of julia's recipes!

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  11. It looks really yummy! Good luck to your son in Hong Kong!

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  12. julia would have been proud! WOW! it looks like chocolate heaven!

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  13. Oh Helen, what a beautiful cake...looks gorgeous!
    Hope you are having a fun week :)

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