Julie And Julia
365 Days, 524 Recipes, 1 Tiny Apartment KitcheneBook - 2001
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Welcome to the fourth and final discussion of Julie & Julia. (Available to download as an ebook or audiobook.) Were any of you surprised that Julie was actually able to finish the challenge in a year? I was really surprised. I definitely thought she was going to get too discouraged and would eventually stop. I'm glad she finished the project, though. It's always so inspiring when people… (more)
Welcome to the third Online Book Club discussion of Julie & Julia. (Available to download as an ebook or audiobook.) How was your reading experience this week? Did you find yourself wanting to head into the kitchen after reading about Julie's escapades? I confess that reading this section did not make me want to cook; instead, it made me feel a little stressed out. I just felt for Julie… (more)
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Online Book Club pick for April 2020. Bored in her temp job, Julie Powell creates a challenge for herself wherein she cooks every recipe in Julia Child's cookbook, Mastering the Art of French Cooking, in one calendar year.
Julie Powell adapted this memoir from her blog, the Julie/Julia Project, which chronicled her attempt to cook all of the recipes in Julia Child's Mastering the Art of French Cooking. While the blog became popular, Julia Child herself reportedly wasn't a fan.
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"It wasn't the food exactly. If you looked hard enough, the food started to feel almost besides the point. No, there was something deeper here, some code within the words, perhaps some secret embedded in the paper itself. I have never looked to religion for comfort--belief is just not in my genes. But reading MtAoFC--...I thought this was what prayer must feel like..."
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