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    Simone "Simca" Beck (7 July 1904 in Normandy, France – 20 December 1991) was a French cookbook writer and cooking teacher who, along with colleagues Julia Child and Louisette Bertholle, played a significant role in the introduction of French cooking technique and recipes into American kitchens. [1] Contents 1 Early life 2 Cooking career 3 Death

    • Author and cooking teacher
    • 7 July 1904, Normandy, France
  2. Jul 23, 2021 · Simone Beck was a French cookbook author as well as a cooking teacher who was born in Tocqueville-en-Caux, near Dieppe in Normandy, France. She was also known as Simone "Simca" Beck. Beck was interested in cooking from childhood, and after divorcing her first husband, Jacques Jarlaud, she applied for Le Cordon Bleu school in Paris.

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  3. Simone (“Simca”) Beck is known to millions of Americans as Julia Child’s French partner in the creation of the two classic volumes of Mastering the Art of French Cooking. Now, she gives us her own delectable recipes—the ones she most treasures out of a lifetime of cooking creativity that has made her one of the great cuisinières of her day.

  4. www.imdb.com › name › nm2325052Simone Beck - IMDb

    Simone Beck was born on July 7, 1904 in Normandy, France. She is known for Cavalcade of Books (1948). She was married to Jean Victor Fischbacher and Jacques Jarlaud. She died on December 20, 1991 in France. See full bio » Born: July 7, 1904 in Normandy, France Died: December 20, 1991 (age 87) in France Known For Cavalcade of Books Self (1961) 1948

    • Simone Beck
    • December 20, 1991
    • July 7, 1904
  5. Dec 23, 1991 · Simone Beck, whose cookbooks helped bring French cuisine lusciously alive in American kitchens, has died at the age of 87. Miss Beck, known as “Simca,” died Friday at her home in Chateauneuf ...

  6. Dec 20, 1991 · PARIS (AP) _ Simone Beck, whose cookbooks helped bring French cuisine lusciously alive in American kitchens, died Friday, family and friends said. She was 87. Beck, known as ″Simca,″ died at her home in Chateauneuf-de-Grasse, near Nice. Little known in her native France, Beck built a reputation over three decades as America’s French chef.

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