Julia Child

1912-2004

A Wonderful Woman Who Had Fun With Food.

"Drama is very important in life: You have to come on with a bang. You never want to go out with a whimper."
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Background

On August 15,1912 Julia Carolyn McWilliams is born as the eldest of 3 children.

Her Father John McWilliams was a princeton graduate in 1901.

Her Mother Julia Carolyn (Caro) was A Weston, Smith graduate in 1900.

She Then Gets Married To Paul Child And Becomes Julia Child.

Internships

She Worked With Smith College to get her degree.

General Donald j. William.

W. And J. Sloan- Funishings Company, Real Estate

Chef Max Bugnard who had worked with Auguste Escoffier.

Simca Beck and Louisette Bertholle

Judith Jones

Avis devoto

Books

My Life In France

Mastering The Art Of French Cooking (Vol.1)

The French Chef Cookbook

Mastering The Art Of French Cooking (Vol.2)

Julia Child's Kitchen

Julia Child And Company Companion Book.

Julia Child And More Company Companion Book.

Cooking Column In Parade Magazine

Julia Child's Menu Cookbook

Companion Book Cooking With Master Chefs

Awards For Accomplishments

Mastering The Art Of French Cooking Was Named The-Book-Of-The-Month which sold Over 12,000 Copies Were Distributed And Sold In 1962 But The Book Became More Popular After Julie And Julia Came Out 30,000 Copies In A Month Sold Out.

She Wins A Primetime Emmy Award For Achievement In Educational Tv.

On Time Magazine As "The Lady Of The Ladle".

Then She Got Awarded A Merit Badge Or Ribbon Called L'Ordre du Mérite Agricole. Established in 1883, the French National Order of Agricultural Merit.

She Got Another Medal Called L'Ordre National du Mérite. Established in 1963, the National Order of Merit is awarded by the President of the French Republic for distinguiished civil and military achievements. For Service In Civil And Military Achievements.

She Then Recieves Honorary Doctor Of Humane Letters Degree with 10 Other Degrees

She Is Put Into The Hall Of Fame By The Culinary Art School In America