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The Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and the Culinary Arts ; Smithsonian Institution
Elevate your note-taking experience with this Julia Child–inspired three-notebook set—a delightful fusion of elegance and culinary charm. Bon appétit!Crafted for home and on-the-go use at 5" x 8.25", this exquisite notebook set seam...
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Elevate your note-taking experience with this Julia Child–inspired three-notebook set—a delightful fusion of elegance and culinary charm. Bon appétit!

Crafted for home and on-the-go use at 5" x 8.25", this exquisite notebook set seamlessly blends sophistication and practicality. Each volume—one red, one navy, and one turquoise—is an inviting canvas, offering 60 lined pages adorned with culinary illustrations. The inside front cover of each contains a beloved Julia Child quote, and a handy pocket at the back lets you keep essential notes, recipes, or mementos close at hand.

Tuck one into your bag for creative inspiration while traveling or grace your kitchen shelves with these beautifully designed companions. Whether jotting down recipes, culinary musings, or everyday thoughts or lists, these journals provide the perfect repository for creativity and memory-keeping.

Made to support the Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and the Culinary Arts and the Smithsonian Institution, these notebooks celebrate the enduring legacy of a culinary icon. A delightful gift or gift add-on for any Julia Child fan (including yourself!) or devoted foodie friend, this set ensures you can capture your passion and inspiration in style.
Format: Journal
Publication Date: 08/20/2024
ISBN: 9781797231129
The Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and the Culinary Arts was created by Julia Child in 1995. Its mission is to honor and further her legacy, which centers on the importance of understanding where food comes from, what makes for good food, and the value of cooking. Headquartered in Santa Barbara, California, the Foundation is a nonprofit that offers grants to support research in culinary history, scholarships for professional culinary training, and food writing and media. 

The Smithsonian Institute has housed Juila Child's kitchen almost continuously since 2002. It was donated by Julia in 2001 when she moved from Cambridge, Massachusetts back to California. Smithsonian curators collected the entire contents of the kitchen and assembled everything in the museum exactly as Julia and her husband Paul had arranged it. 

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