Experience | Perfection | Wisdom

“Wisdom is found in the old, and discretion comes with great age” (Job 12:12).

Julia Child, the famous TV chef, and her husband, Paul, lived in France for seven years. Looking back on her beginnings as a great cook she said: “Early in the ’50’s, after one taste of French food — that unforgettable lunch — I was hooked. The wonderful attention paid to each detail of the meal was a whole new experience for me. But you don’t just spring into good cooking full-fledged. It’s like looking at a painting. You need background to know what you’re looking at. I was 32-years-old when I started cooking. Until then I just ate.”

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