Her passions lie elsewhere, in her music. You’ll have to excuse a little proud mama moment, but Cole had an opportunity a few months ago to record two of the (many) songs she has written over the past year at Robert Lang Studios. This all came about because her vocal coach, Andrew Vait, was able to get her studio time & some studio musicians to sit in with her. What an amazing experience it was to watch her in the studio (the same studio that Death Cab for Cutie was recording in the night before). This week, we got the tracks back from the studio. Cole has posted them to her MySpace Music page, along with some of her other home-recorded work. She’d love it if you took a listen!
Anyway, back to the food. We made a delicious lentils salad (recipe below) which couldn’t be simpler, along with my family’s marinara sauce, Italian bread, chicken cacciatore, Nancy’s pasta, “Carli” cake and butter tarts. Simple and delicious food that was so fun to share with her.
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How lovely to have that time together…love the picture of Cole looking up at the lights!
Oh how much she more and more looks like her maman! Imagine when Lulu does that too 😉 Lovely time to be nurished spiritually and stomach-wise 😉
it’s a lovely post & it’s a family of many talents 🙂 you’ll tell us when cole does a local show right?
Cole’s talent is amazing! I really enjoyed listening to her music on the link you provided. Thank you!
You must really be proud of Cole. The song is very nice. I wish her lots of luck with her music! What a wonderfully talented family – your photos and her voice! 🙂
I am so proud of cole! Thank you, I know our family is talented..
That’s brilliant! Gorgeous photos. You’ve got to be bursting with pride. Happy holidays!
Thank you so much for replying to my blog! I started this a few years back and I never thought I would get this far. STARTED FROM THE BOTTOM NOW WE HERE!
She’s got such a lovely voice! And did she write those songs? So talented.
I love your site, photos, recipes, ideas and mostly because it makes me long to go home (to the Great Northwest) every time I visit your site 🙂
Stunning, super stunning photos. Now I’m going to have to try and recreate the photo of the tomato sauce in the kilner jar!!!!!!! Thanks for the inspiration and a blessed child~~