Our dedicated volunteer chef Marianne, who came on board from California, especially to treat our foster youth to good food, has done just that and so much more. She has been using all her talents and energy in creating delicious dishes.
Every chef always looks at the freshest ingredients and tastes them, in the most comfortable way possible. The tree being right across the kitchen is ideal.
The fruits will even taste and look better if picked with delicate feminine hands
Hand work, using the right wrist motion and pressure is a must to make the jam.
Voila! The most delicious cherry pie we all have ever tasted!!! (there were no left overs)
Chicken “fermier” (farm chicken) “a la Marianne”.
Not just stuffed peppers, but “poivrons farcis “a la Chateau Vert” on a bed of cucumbers “a la russe”
Not only a chef extraordinaire, but also a passionate archeologist/conservator/mason,
and ONE OF THE MOST LOVING MOTHER AND GRANDMOTHER TO THESE APPRENTICES !
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