Slide 3: Julia Child's Kitchen

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For 45 years on television, Julia Child shared her cooking, her passions, and philosophies from her home kitchen in Massachusetts before finally sharing the kitchen itself with the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History in 2001. Objects from this famous backdrop include a salad spinner (she is credited with introducing this convenient item to the American public), copper pots, pegboard storage, and the enamel saucepan she purchased in Paris while attending the Cordon Bleu cooking school in the 1940s.


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