Julie & Julia: 365 days, 524 recipes, 1 tiny apartment kitchen
Publish date: September 28th 2005
Publisher: Bullfinch Press
Pages no: 309
Edition language: English
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I wanted to like this so bad. It has been staring at me from the TBR pile for far too long for me to be ok with not especially liking it. I found myself bored at anecdote after anecdote with little to no connection whatsoever to the cooking challenge. I liked reading some of the responses her blog r...
I listened to this book, found out it was abridged, came home and read the physical book from my TBR shelf. The idea of Julie’s blog, and from that this book, is something that I was really on board for. The actualization of the book though was a bit painful. It is very easy to see how Julie’s blog ...
I loved the movie and this book. Thankfully, they are both different creatures. Julie Powell is a charming writer and reading this was a breeze. I heartily recommend this if you have a heart and any interest in cooking.
From Goodreads: In her own words, here is the captivating story of Julia Child’s years in France, where she fell in love with French food and found ‘her true calling.’From the moment the ship docked in Le Havre in the fall of 1948 and Julia watched the well-muscled stevedores unloading the cargo to ...
Book Riot Read Harder Reading Challenge Item: A Food MemoirTHIS BOOK WAS ABRIDGED AND IT DID NOT ANNOUNCE THIS FACT UNTIL THE END CREDITS. I LISTENED TO AN ABRIDGED BOOK. I DO NOT DO THAT. I FEEL SO VIOLATED. GR.Later:OK, so I took a long time to finish this review because I was having a meltdown ov...