My Life in France

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This delightful memoir of Julia's years in Paris, Marseille, and Provence opens with Paul and Julia--a tall, wide-eyed girl from Pasadena who can't cook and doesn't speak a word of French--disembarking in Le Havre, and ends with the launching of the two "Mastering" cookbooks and Julia winning the heart of America as "The French Chef."

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Ronevans

Jun 8, 2012

Must read for all cooks

If you want to know Julia Child and how she lived and learned this is the one.

Judy6452

Jan 16, 2011

A great read

I purchased this book for my daughter, and she loved it.

Gypsy

Oct 28, 2010

What a marvel!

It would be very interesting for people to know how much her husband had to do with her success! I am a Julia-ite and this is a fine fine read....

bootsandme

Aug 16, 2010

Love this book!

Funny, charming, a love story not only between Julia and Paul, but a love affair with France.

Grasshoppah

Feb 4, 2010

Dear Julia...

I love this woman. She is charming and funny and vastly practical. In sort, I wish she had been my friend.
In fact, this book is much like getting wonderful long letters from a good friend. I kept wanting to write her back to say what a treat it was to hear from her...but alas, she is gone. She lives on in these words, in this book. Read it. You will fall in love with her as I did.

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