This is an article with pictures that revisits the Julia Child home kitchen used for her shows:
"Bring out the brass band: Julia Child's copper pots are home.
Just before Child turned 90 and moved to California, she gave the Cambridge, Mass., kitchen where she filmed three of her TV shows to the Smithsonian Institution. Curators at the National Museum of American History reassembled it exactly as it was — except for one major part.
Early Wednesday morning, about a dozen curators and other museum staff gently hung the pots and pans on the blue painted pegboard that Paul Child made for his wife. . . ."
interesting "bon appetit" pictures and biographical information.
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