She is celebrated in Meryl Streep's new movie - Julie & Julia

and she is in GenealogyBank too - from her numerous recipes; articles about her books & TV series; numerous obituries published in newspapers across the country and her death record in the SSDI.





Cook like Julia Child
Napoleon’s Legendary Chicken
Dallas Morning News – 13 Oct 1977

Hard Boiled Eggs
Dallas Morning News – 15 Dec 1977

Spaghetti Marco Polo
Dallas Morning News – 29 Dec 1977

And be sure to read her interview with Carol Sewall, Food Editor of the Dallas Morning News - 21 Oct 1976.


Julia Child (1912-2004)

This week the nation is remembering Julia Child – how much she contributed to our lives and how much fun she was to be with – via her books, newspaper columns, TV Show – The French Chef and interviews.

Julia Child was born Julia Carolyn McWilliams – this week – August 15, 1912 in Pasadena, California and died this week – August 13, 2004 in Montecido, California. She married Paul Cushing Child over a long Labor Day weekend – 1 September 1946. She had met Paul Child while stationed in Sri Lanka with the OSS during World War II. The OSS is now known as the CIA. For her life’s work she received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President George W. Bush in 2003. She was 92 years old.

She is celebrated in Meryl Streep’s new movie – Julie & Julia


and she is in GenealogyBank too – from her numerous recipes; articles about her books & TV series; numerous obituries published in newspapers across the country and her death record in the SSDI.

Cook like Julia Child

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