A small book with so much information and cooking tips.
I have enjoyed it and use it but never without forgetting the time on her TV program years ago when she dropped the... Read more
In Julia's straightforward style she presents the basics and you know they will work because she has tested everything to perfection.Published 16 months ago by Janice Street
This book is packed full of short tips on common cooking techniques that have left everyone wondering from time to time. Read morePublished on July 9 2010 by P. David Green
This is a fun little book that showed me unexpectedly fabulous things to do with common foods. you think you know how to fry a steak but you do not! Read morePublished on June 20 2010 by Heather
This is a must have book for anyone who likes to cook - great gift for young budding cooks, all the basics are there.
Never made a soup before? Read more
God I wish I were a 30-year-old in Boston in 1960! Julia is the mother of American Cuisine just as James Beard is the father of American Cuisine. Read morePublished on July 10 2003 by A reader
Being a Julia Child enthusiast, I just had to get this cookbook. It's written in her usual forrm, and the recipes are more of a collection of many of her books and tv shows. Read morePublished on Dec 7 2002 by Mary K. Johnson