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  1. Oct 10, 2021 · Judith Jones’ words would prove prescient. “I think this book will become a classic,” the visionary editor wrote of Mastering the Art of French Cooking, summarizing its virtues for the Alfred A. Knopf publishing house, fully recognizing its potential and predicting its destiny.

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  3. Oct 11, 2021 · Judith Jones’ words would prove prescient. “I think this book will become a classic,” the visionary editor wrote of Mastering the Art of French Cooking, summarizing its virtues for the Alfred A. Knopf publishing house, fully recognizing its potential and predicting its destiny. The seminal work, by the legendary Julia...

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Cooking_In_Concert:_JuliaJulia Child - Wikipedia

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    In August 15, 1912, Child was born as Julia Carolyn McWilliams in Pasadena, California. Child's father was John McWilliams, Jr. (1880–1962), a Princeton University graduate and prominent land manager. Child's mother was Julia Carolyn ("Caro") Weston (1877–1937), a paper-company heiress. Child's maternal grandfather was Byron Curtis Weston, a lieutenant governor of Massachusetts. Child was the eldest of three, followed by a brother, John McWilliams III, and sister, Dorothy Cousins. Child attended Polytechnic School from 4th grade to 9th grade in Pasadena, California. In high school, Child was sent to the Katherine Branson School in Ross, California, which was at the time a boarding school.At six feet, two inches (1.88 m) tall, Child played tennis, golf, and basketball as a youth. She also played sports while attending Smith College, from which she graduated in 1934 with a major in history. Child grew up in a family with a cook, but she did not observe or learn cooking from this perso...

    Following her graduation from college, Child moved to New York City, where she worked as a copywriter for the advertising department of W. & J. Sloane.

    After the death of her beloved friend Simone Beck, Child relinquished La Pitchoune after a monthlong stay in June 1992 with her family, her niece, Phila, and close friend and biographer Noël Riley Fitch. She turned the keys over to Jean Fischbacher's sister, just as she and Paul had promised nearly 30 years earlier. Also in 1992, Julia spent five days in Sicily at the invitation of Regaleali Winery. American journalist Bob Spitz spent a brief time with Julia during that period while he was researching and writing his then working title, History of Eating and Cooking in America. In 1993, Child provided the voice of Dr. Bleeb in the animated film, We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story. Spitz took notes and made many recordings of his conversation with Child, and these later formed the basis of a secondary biography on Child, published August 7, 2012 (Knopf), five days before the centennial of her birthdate.Paul Child, who was ten years older than his wife, died in 1994 after living in a nurs...

    The Julia Child Foundation

    In 1995, Julia Child established The Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and Culinary Arts, a private charitable foundation to make grants to further her life's work. The Foundation, originally set up in Massachusetts, later moved to Santa Barbara, California, where it is now headquartered. Inactive until after Julia's death in 2004, the Foundation makes grants to other non-profits. The grants support primarily gastronomy, the culinary arts and the further development of the professional fo...

    Tributes and homages

    The Julia Child rose, known in the UK as the "Absolutely Fabulous" rose, is a golden butter/gold floribunda rosenamed after Child. The exhibits in the West Wing (1 West) of the National Museum of American History address science and innovation. They include Bon Appétit! Julia Child's Kitchen. On September 26, 2014, the US Postal Service issued 20 million copies of the "Celebrity Chefs Forever" stamp series, which featured portraits by Jason Seiler of five American chefs: Julia Child, Joyce Ch...

    Awards 1. 1965: Peabody Award for Personal Award for The French Chef 2. 1966: Emmy for Achievements in Educational Television- Individuals for The French Chef 3. 1980: U.S. National Book Awards for Current Interest (hardcover) for Julia Child and More Company 4. 1996: Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Service Show Host for In Julia's Kitchen with Master Chefs 5. 2001: Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Service Show Host for Julia & Jacques Cooking at Home Nominations 1. 1972: Emmy for Special Classification of Outstanding Program and Individual Achievement – General Programming for The French Chef 2. 1994: Emmy for Outstanding Informational Series for Cooking with Master Chefs 3. 1997: Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Service Show Host for Baking with Julia 4. 1999: Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Service Show Host for Baking with Julia 5. 2000: Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Service Show Host for Julia & Jacques Cooking at Home

    Child was a favorite of audiences from the moment of her television debut on public television in 1963, and she was a familiar part of American culture and the subject of numerous references, including numerous parodies in television and radio programs and skits. Her great success on air may have been tied to her refreshingly pragmatic approach to the genre, "I think you have to decide who your audience is. If you don't pick your audience, you're lost because you're not really talking to anybody. My audience is people who like to cook, who want to really learn how to do it."In 1996, Julia Child was ranked No. 46 on TV Guide's 50 Greatest TV Stars of All Time.

    Television series

    1. The French Chef(1963–1966; 1970–1973) 2. Julia Child & Company(1978–1979) 3. Julia Child & More Company(1980–1982) 4. Dinner at Julia's(1983–1985) 5. Julia Child's The Way to Cook" (1985) 6. The Way To Cook(1989) six one-hour videocassettes 7. A Birthday Party for Julia Child: Compliments to the Chef(1992) 8. Cooking with Master Chefs: Hosted by Julia Child(1993–1994) 16 episodes 9. Cooking In Concert: Julia Child & Jacques Pépin(1993) 10. In Julia's Kitchen with Master Chefs(1994–1996), 3...

    DVD releases

    1. Julia Child's Kitchen Wisdom(2000) 2. Julia and Jacques: Cooking at Home(2003) 3. Julia Child: America's Favorite Chef(2004) 4. The French Chef: Volume One(2005) 5. The French Chef: Volume Two(2005) 6. Julia Child! The French Chef(2006) 7. The Way To Cook(2009) 8. Baking With Julia(2009)

    Books

    1. Mastering the Art of French Cooking (1961), with Simone Beck and Louisette Bertholle 2. The French Chef Cookbook (1968)—ISBN 0-394-40135-2 3. Mastering the Art of French Cooking, Volume Two (1970), with Simone Beck—ISBN 0-394-40152-2 4. From Julia Child's Kitchen (1975)—ISBN 0-517-20712-5 5. Julia Child & Company (1978)—ISBN 0-345-31449-2 6. Julia Child & More Company (1979)—ISBN 0-345-31450-6 7. The Way To Cook (1989)—ISBN 0-394-53264-3 8. Julia Child's Menu Cookbook (1991), one-volume ed...

    Produced by WGBH, a one-hour feature documentary, Julia Child! America's Favorite Chef, was aired as the first episode of the 18th season of the PBS series American Masters(2004). The film combined...
    Julie & Julia (2009) is a film adapted by Nora Ephron from Child's memoir My Life in France and from Julie Powell's memoir. Meryl Streep played Child. The film won a Golden Globe Award for Best Act...
    A film titled Primordial Soup With Julia Child was on display at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum's Life in the Universegallery from 1976 until the gallery closed.
    Keep On Cooking – Julia Child Remixed: A video produced for PBS by musician and filmmaker John D. Boswell as part of the PBS Icons Remixed series in commemoration of Child's 100th birthday. Child's...
    Julia Child: Lessons with Master Chefs from PBS
    News and commentary about Julia Child in The New York Times
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