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julia child yes this is true! You can also smash it as well with the back side of a knife. Chef Robin White

my hero! i absolutely love her. main thing i learned is "don't be itsy-bitsy" about cooking!

JULIA CHILD

The only time to eat diet food is while you'e waiting for the steak to cook.

“Everything in moderation, including moderation.”  -Julia Child  -- Oh yes, Julia and I would have been great friends.  Great friends, indeed.

With her breakout cookbook Mastering the Art of French Cooking (co-authored with Simone Beck and Louisette Bertholle) and subsequent public television show The French Chef, Julia Child not only.

Child was born Julia Carolyn McWilliams in Pasadena, California, the daughter of John McWilliams, Jr., a Princeton University graduate and prominent land manager, and his wife, the former Julia Carolyn ("Caro") Weston, a paper-company heiress whose father, Byron Curtis Weston, served as lieutenant governor of Massachusetts. The eldest[2] of three children, she had a brother, John III (1914–2002), and a sister, Dorothy Dean Cousins (1917–2006).

A young Julia Child before her studies in Paris of French cooking when in America it consisted of french fries

"Life without you is like unsalted food." -Paul Child

Julia & Paul Child "Life without you is like unsalted food" Paul Child

Julia Child Quote: "I think that careful cooking is love, don't you?"

cooking, Julia ~ valentine ~ I like this. A lot "Bon Appetit" French Country kitchen chef Joy of cooking , Art of French Cooking. home in Cambridge, MA

Julia Child

“Try new recipes, learn from your mistakes, be fearless, and above all have fun!” ~ Julia Child, discovered French cuisine at age 36

"JULIA CHILD IN LOPAUS, MAINE, SITTING OUTSIDE IN HALTER TOP, circa 1952, photograph by Paul Child.

Julia, Julia Child first visited the Child family cabin in Lopaus Point, Maine, her cooking skills were non-existent. She began gradually with KP duties like peeling potatoes and chopping onions.

Brave, Curious, Bright & Fearless: A Tribute to Julia Child. Learn about the life of Julia Child, the first food celebrity, and her influence on the American culinary landscape.

Brave, Curious, Bright & Fearless: A Tribute to Julia Child

I remember watching her with my Grandma Butterfield. I hate cooking for the most part.I'd love to learn her secret to loving cooking!

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