By Susan Campoy

ISBN: 9780975393987$40.oo

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ISBN 978-0-9753939-8-7

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Celebrating with Julienne takes you into the kitchens of one of California’s most acclaimed cooks, Susan Campoy, the founder and chef of Julienne, a romantic French-California spot in the pretty Los Angeles suburb of San Marino. Produced and designed by Joseph Shuldiner, founder of the Institute of Domestic Technology, this beautifully photographed and designed book showcases the best recipes of Sue’s career, along with stories, tips, and advice for the budding cook, caterer or restaurateur.

The three sections of the book showcase the three components of life at Julienne. In the Brasserie section, you’ll find the recipes for many of the most beloved dishes at the breakfast-and-lunch bistro. The Gourmet Market section brings richly flavorful soups, entrees, salads, side dishes, and desserts, many of which are easy to prepare and can be made a day (or a week) in advance. In Celebrations, you’ll find complete menus for six of Sue’s very favorite occasions.

Winner, Best Nonfiction, Southern California Booksellers Association

After 35 years of creating food for others to enjoy, Campoy shared her secrets, so fans old and new can create this sophisticated American comfort food for themselves.

Celebrating with Julienne was out of print for a year, after a fabulously successful first two printings. Now it’s back, thanks to popular demand.

All royalties from the sale of this new edition of Celebrating with Julienne go to the Susan Campoy Nurse Education Fund at City of Hope.


Sue-Campoy_r-225x300Susan Campoy was the founder and chef of Julienne, a romantic French-California spot in the pretty Los Angeles suburb of San Marino, and one of the most acclaimed cooks in California. She passed away from breast cancer shortly before the book’s publication in 2009.