My Life in France by Julia Child

The memoir chronicles the life of a renowned American chef who, along with her husband, moved to France after World War II. The book details her experiences learning the French language, exploring the markets, and attending the famous Le Cordon Bleu cooking school. It also captures the process of writing her first cookbook, which introduced French cuisine to American households. The book is a testament to her love for French cuisine and her determination to master it.

The 8240th greatest book of all time


Published
2006
Nationality
American
Type
Nonfiction
Pages
320-384
Words
119,000
Original Language
English

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