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Julia Child memoir My Life in France

pitu Sep 18, 2006 11:57 PM

Julia Child's just-published memoir My Life in France, brought out by her nephew . . .
waddya know?

I just got a note about a reading . . . here's the pr

Wednesday, September 20, 6 to 8 pm,
Eclectic Salon: Book-Signing and Tasting
@ Bottlerocket wine store 19th St NYC

Julia Child's just-published memoir My Life in France. Co-author (Julia's great-nephew) Alex Prud'homme will read excerpts and sign books as we pour the wines that Julia introduced to America, including some from Bordeaux, Burgundy and Provence. Enjoy French bread and cheese, too. Celebrate an icon of American cooking. Free. Reservations not required.

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    jenn RE: pitu Sep 20, 2006 12:12 AM

    gee, I wish I was in New York. I got this book for Mother's Day [?] or something and enjoyed it very much. I found her discussions of the process of writing a cookbook awesome.

    Sad to think of no more Julia. Don't think I really appreciated her and what she did until I read the book.

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      paulcooks RE: pitu Nov 17, 2006 04:09 PM

      I hope you were able to attend the reading. I read the book a few months ago and thoroughly enjoyed it. Her voice, so much a part of what makes her cookbooks so good, is vivid throughout. I had not known that Mastering took her 8 years to write. But it does help to explain why the recipes in it are so unbelievably good.

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