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i love cooking my favorite cook is julia child i love everything about her she was never afraid of anything i hope some day to be as good as her i love cooking its all i think about and its a good way to have fun with your 17 year old son who loves to cook as much as i  if i could i would eat and sleep in the kicthen cooking to me is a way to feed the soul and to me it keeps everything in balance i only wish that every one could feel this way the world would be a better place.

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Julia Child is an American icon.  One of mine is Elizabeth David, the British writer who introduced post-war British families who had been semi-starved since the beginning of 1939 when we entered WWII - and rationed until about 1953/4 -  to the foods of the sun-drenched cuisines of southern France and Italy.  My Mum had her books and we ate wonderful foods!

 

I hope you will enjoy participating in the ChefTalk website.  We have membership from around the globe (I'm Scots) and all levels of culinary skills, from those just starting out, through enthusiastic amateurs (like me) to masterchefs!  Feel free to join in on any thread you find interesting or start your own.  The wikis, blogs, articles and photographs on the site are well worth a look, too.  The Professional fora on here are 'read-only' for those of us who are not in the culinary professions, but they make interesting reading! 

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i love cooking my favorite cook is julia child i love everything about her she was never afraid of anything i hope some day to be as good as her i love cooking its all i think about and its a good way to have fun with your 17 year old son who loves to cook as much as i  if i could i would eat and sleep in the kicthen cooking to me is a way to feed the soul and to me it keeps everything in balance i only wish that every one could feel this way the world would be a better place.



I agree completely - but as a guy (a dude) - I'd probably get my butt kicked if I repeated your qoute on a busy line at 8:30 on a Friday. :D

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i love cooking my favorite cook is julia child i love everything about her she was never afraid of anything i hope some day to be as good as her i love cooking its all i think about and its a good way to have fun with your 17 year old son who loves to cook as much as i  if i could i would eat and sleep in the kicthen cooking to me is a way to feed the soul and to me it keeps everything in balance i only wish that every one could feel this way the world would be a better place.


 

Wow!  I ran out of breath just reading your post I love to cook too I hope that you enjoy the forum and keep everthing in balance including your 17 year old son as you feed your soul and make the world a better place I have never really thought about sleeping in the kitchen but I do occasionally eat in bed.  Welcome!
 

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There are people who MAKE things happen

There are people who WATCH things happen

 

and then there are people who say "What the HELL happened?"

 

Julia MADE things happen!

 

I love that woman for her drive and  her spirit......

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Don't we all love Julia? She is near and dear to our hearts and help set America on the right path for the great food we enjoy regularly these days. Welcome to ChefTalk!

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Nicko 
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