Issues | Volume 5 Number 3

Summer 2005

from the editors
The Woman Behind the Icon | Darra Goldstein and Corky White

borborygmus
Rumblings from the World of Food

poems
Birthday Poems for Julia | Paul Child

illustration
The Joy of Julia | Ed Koren

tribute
My Friend Julia Child | Jacques Pépin

insights
Writing Pulia | Alex Prud’homme

A Full Measure of Humor | Stephanie Hersh
Julia’s Greatest Lesson | Sara Moulton
La Bella Julia | Franco Romagnoli

kitchen stories
Julia: The Ever-Curious Cook | Judith Jones

In Julia Child’s Kitchen, October 5, 1998 | David Nussbaum

personal history
A Woman of Affairs | Julia McWilliams

conversations
Charlotte and Julia | Nina M. Scott

rites of passage
Julia at Smith | Alice Julier

investigations
Sacred Cows and Dreamberries: In Search of the Flavor of France | Laura Shapiro
Mastering the Art of French Cooking: A Near Classic or a Near Miss | Joan Reardon

devotees
Notre Dame de la Cuisine and the Prince des Gastronomes | Noel Riley Fitch

scrapbook
Remembering Julia | Anne Willan, Jasper White, Susan Hermann Loomis, Priscilla Parkhurst Ferguson, Richard Dyck, Nach Waxman, Jill Norman, Susan Regis, Daphne Derven, Noriko Nakamura, Jessica Battilana, Rebecca Alssid

interlude
Bon Appétit! | Lee Hoiby

interview
A Conversation with Julia Child, Spring 1984 | Sharon Hudgins

politics
Whatever Would Julia Say Now? | Merry White
Cooking Up a Storm | Darra Goldstein

archive
A Menu Fit for a King

pastimes
In France with Julia | Patrick Healy

point of view
Stardom and the Hungry Public | Benjamin Aldes Wurgaft

diary
Notes from a Cataloger’s Diary | Susan Riecken

the bookshelf
Books in Review

lagniappe
Bubble Bath

Cover: Elsa Dorfman, “Julia” (1988), 22″ x 28″, courtesy of the Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University. www.elsa.photo.net

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