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Mirrored image of the Centennial Bridge
One frosty and very still morning in November, 2010, Centennial Bridge, Miramichi, NB, Canada

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Wednesday, May 9, 2012

My sepiasaturday, May 12th entry.

For Sepiasaturday, May 12th, I chose to feature Fraiche's kitchen (Vancouver, BC) where my son is doing his apprenticeship for Chef.  He was so busy in the kitchen, he didn't even notice I had taken his picture.  The following pictures are what I partook for lunch during my trip to BC.  Starting with the bite size rolls, I moved on to an arugula salad, grilled halibut, followed by a simply delicious dessert, creme brule.

For more delicious pictures, tune in to http://sepiasaturday.blogspot.com on or about May 12, 2012!!!





12 comments:

  1. Lucky you to have a son who will one day be a famous chef! My son used to say he would be a chef when he was a little - but he’s a policeman now (though he can cook.)

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  2. Shows like "Top Chef" and "Iron Chef" have given me a new appreciation of what it takes to be a master in the kitchen. Perfect post for this week's theme!

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  3. Yum! Very beautiful and very fancy. How neat for your son to be working there.

    Kathy M.

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  4. Wow the food looks delicious. I love the cleanliness and all the wonderful tools of a professional kitchen. One of our sons went to the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York while he lived there. He worked for IBM but went to be a chef as his hobby. Does all the cooking at his house and still working for Silicone Valley.
    QMM

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  5. Beautiful food, well presented and looks delicious. We grandparents are happy when the grand children succeed in their chosen profession.

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  6. You are right to remind us that out of a goods kitchen comes good food.

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  7. I shouldn't be reading this just after lunch you've left me wanting more. Immaculate kitchen and food presentation make a place or is it the chef?

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  8. A chef is an asset in any family. :) The meal looks absolutely delicious.

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  9. How wonderful it is when we do what we love! What an exciting adventure for him and so happy that we get a peek inside too! Thanks!

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  10. You must be so proud of your son! The food looks delicious too.

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  11. How nice to have a professional chef in the family.

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  12. Yum! Wish my son was going to be a chef! Lovely pictures - they are making me hungry!

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