Les plans de travail des cuisines n'étaient pas à la même hauteur qu'aujourd'hui... / Le fameux chef Julia Child dans son appartement. / The famous Chef Julia Child at her apartment. / 81 rue de l’Universite, Paris, France, 1950.
Julia Child's kitchen. In 2001, Child moved to a retirement community, donating her house and office to Smith College, which later sold the house. She donated her kitchen, which her husband designed with high counters to accommodate her height, and which served as the set for three of her television series, to the National Museum of American History, where it is now on display.
Today would have been Julia Child's 101st birthday, and Eatocracy is celebrating her legacy. Here are some lesser-known facts about the beloved TV chef and cookbook author. - At 6 feet, 2 inches tall, Julia was no stranger to standing out. But her height wasn’t always welcomed.
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Julia Child: Was in Office of Strategic Services in WWII; assisted in development of a shark repellent to keep sea predators from explosives; In Ceylon & China transcribed & classified confidential communications. - 10 Famous People You Didn’t Know Were Spies - Tested
Julia Child was an American chef, author, and television personality. She is recognized for bringing French cuisine to the American public with her debut cookbook, Mastering the Art of French Cooking. Born: August 15, 1912, Died: August 13, 2004, Santa Barbara, Height: 6' 2", Spouse: Paul Cushing Child (m. 1946–1994), Movies and TV shows: The French Chef, We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story, In Julia's Kitchen with Master Chefs
Julia Child's sherry vinegar-glazed onions with finely minced parsley. At the height of Julias fame in the 1970s and 80s her #Thanksgiving guests often told her she should remove her home number from the public directory. (This was an analog tool called a telephone book.) A lot of strangers it seemed had turkey problems and rang up the expert for advice. But rather than leaving them to tackle their turkeys alone Julia embraced the role of national Thanksgiving commander in chief…