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My Life in France The Bestselling Story Of Julia S Years In France And The Basis For Julie Julia, Starring Meryl Streep And Amy Adams In Her Own Words Although She Would Later Singlehandedly Create A New Approach To American Cuisine With Her Cookbook Mastering The Art Of French Cooking And Her Television Show The French Chef, Julia Child Was Not Always A Master Chef Indeed, When She First Arrived In France In 1948 With Her Husband, Paul, Who Was To Work For The USIS, She Spoke No French And Knew Nothing About The Country Itself But As She Dove Into French Culture, Buying Food At Local Markets And Taking Classes At The Cordon Bleu, Her Life Changed Forever With Her Newfound Passion For Cooking And Teaching Julia S Unforgettable Story Struggles With The Head Of The Cordon Bleu, Rejections From Publishers To Whom She Sent Her Now Famous Cookbook, A Wonderful, Nearly Fifty Year Long Marriage That Took The Childs Across The Globe Unfolds With The Spirit So Key To Julia S Success As A Chef And A Writer, Brilliantly Capturing One Of America S Most Endearing Personalities.


10 thoughts on “My Life in France

  1. says:

    I did not grow up on Julia Child I m too young to have watched her TV show, and my mom wasn t the type to own any of her cookbooks we stuck to mostly Italian recipes handed down from my dad s mom and ranch style cooking or, if we were unlucky, my British nanny s traditional English dis


  2. says:

    Oh, how I love and adore this book It s one of the best I ve read lately, combining as it does my love of France, Julia, and food in one funny, touching package Julia Child was such a unique, eccentric, brilliant woman, and I m always inspired when I realize that she struggled along at loose end


  3. says:

    Rating 3.875 of fiveThe Book Report Truth in advertising had no greater champion than Julia Child Her book is called exactly and precisely what it is The narrative of her life in France She begins her book on November 3, 1948, with the Child family landing at Le Havre, getting into their gigantic Buick st


  4. says:

    I didn t know anything about Julia Child apart from having heard her name and that she was 6 tall until the book Julie and Julia I read that and whereas I didn t think much of Julie at all I think she should go back to blogging, a book s a bit much for her I was curious about Julia.The book is beautifully written b


  5. says:

    I ve never been a fan of Julia Child, and whenever I ran across her show on PBS I d make a conscious effort to change the channel, which was why I was surprised when My Life in France turned out to be one of the most well written, engaging Autobiographies I ve read in quite awhile The book covers roughly the same time period


  6. says:

    A nice window on Child s love affair with France and its food starting in the post war period Her relationship with her husband Paul was a high point of the book I appreciated her practical and good hud approaches to the challenges and solutions to helping the average household achieving quality meals Some of her friendships and confl


  7. says:

    Lighthearted and fun recollections of Julia s first years in France Highly recommended for anyone already enthralled by Julia, whether by her television programs or her excellent cookbooks.Readers who do not know Julia may find the book a little too rambling, and a little too focused on food they ve never tasted and have no idea what it even is


  8. says:

    I found this an absorbing read, and I m no foodie But I think what s striking in this memoir of Child s love affair with French food is her drive, her dedication to excellence, her passion there s something attractive in that no matter what the endeavor as well as fascinating to get a picture of such an elite, ...


  9. says:

    I think the reasons I wanted to read this book are that Julia s always thought of as a late bloomer, and because her travels were so influential in helping her discover herself.Certainly, her life had great adventure Highlights p 268Too tired and busy to go to France But then we looked at each other and repeated a favorite phrase from our diplomatic days Remember,


  10. says:

    I spent the summer of 1987 in Paris, studying beginning French at the Sorbonne and staying at the Cit Universitaire, in a program geared toward older students Some of them wanted to take a cooking class, and the Sorbonne organized it for them They needed onestudent to make it go, and I was browbeaten into filling the empty space.Understand, I was raised on the five Alaskan


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