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Absolutely dire and tedious - Julie a young American decides to cook all the recipes of a 50s cook Julia - Meryl Streep and do a blog about it.
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French Cooking , and cook all the recipes in the span of one year. At first she thinks it will be easy. But as she moves from the smooth sailing of Potage. Parmentier into the obscure culinary backwaters of calves' brains, she realizes there's. The Project changes. After spending a long, long time working as a temp, Julie Powell now writes in her. Julie has such a remarkable relationship with Julia Child, despite never having.
What did you think of the relationship that Julie built in her mind? And why does it not matter, in some sense, when Julie finds out that Julia. Throughout the book, various people become involved with the Project: Julie 's. Discuss the different. Did you find Julie to be a likeable character? Did you relate to her insecurities,. Why do you think it is that she was able to. Have you ever gone to obsessive lengths in an attempt.
Why do you think Julie does or. An homage to Julia Child? A rags-to-riches story? Or is it all or. Did Julie 's exploits in her tiny kitchen make you want to cook? Or did they. At various points in the book, Julie finds that cooking makes her question her. What did you make of her lobster guilt, for example,. When Julie began the Project, she knew little to nothing about blogging. Does writing about. Do you. Who was the blog mainly for , Julie or her readers?
Discuss the different roles each played in the Project. Who was occasionally obstructionist? Why do you think it is that she was able to finish the Project despite various setbacks?
Have you ever gone to obsessive lengths in an attempt to, ironically, make things more manageable? In her desperate search to spice up her life, she comes up with The Project — a deranged assignment to take her mother's dog-eared copy of Mastering the Art of French Cooking , and cook all the recipes in the span of one year.
But as she moves from the smooth sailing of Potage Parmentier into the obscure culinary backwaters of calves' brains, she realizes there's more to mastering the art of French cooking than meets the eye.
The Project changes her life as it spreads into her everyday existence, and she begins to find the joie de vivre that has been missing for too many years.
Book Club Discussion Questions 1. Julie has such a remarkable relationship with Julia Child, despite never having met her. And why does it not matter, in some sense, when Julie finds out that Julia wasn't an admirer of hers or the Project? Throughout the book, various people become involved with the Project: Julie 's husb and , her friends, and several of her family members.
Which people were most helpful and supportive? Did you relate to her insecurities, anxieties, and initial discontent? Why do you think Julie does or doesn't succeed in this? If someone were to ask you about this book, how would you describe it? Is it a memoir of reinvention? A reflection on cooking and the centrality of food in our lives?
Or is it all or none of these? Even if your tastes may not coincide with Julia Child's recipes, did the book give you a greater appreciation of food and cooking? At various points in the book, Julie finds that cooking makes her question her own actions and values. What did you make of her lobster guilt, for example, or her thoughts on extracting bone marrow? Have you ever encountered these issues while cooking, or while going through other everyday motions of life?
Have you come to conclusions similar to or different from Julie 's? What do you think blogging about her experiences of fered her? Does writing about events in your life help you underst and and appreciate them more? Do you think the project would have gone differently if the blog hadn't gained so much attention? Short-link Link Embed. Share from cover. Share from page:. Page 2: 5. If someone were to ask you about.
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French Cooking , and cook all the recipes in the span of one year. At first she thinks it will be easy. But as she moves from the smooth sailing of Potage. Parmentier into the obscure culinary backwaters of calves' brains, she realizes there's. The Project changes. After spending a long, long time working as a temp, Julie Powell now writes in her.
The film contrasts the life of chef Julia Child in the early years of her culinary career with the life of young New Yorker Julie Powell , who aspires to cook all recipes in Child's cookbook in days, a challenge she described on her popular blog , which made her a published author. Both of these books were written and published between and The film is the first major motion picture based on a blog. Streep and Adams previously starred together in Doubt She attends Le Cordon Bleu to learn French cooking and is initially met with skepticism as she is the only woman in the class. Madame Elizabeth Brassart Buck , the proprietress of the school and Child clash. However, she is undaunted and begins collaborating on a book about French cooking for American housewives with Simone Beck Emond and Louisette Bertholle Carey.
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Powell was born and raised in Austin , Texas. She graduated from Amherst College in with a double major in theater and creative writing. Child was reported to have been unimpressed with Powell's blog, believing her determination to cook every recipe in Mastering the Art of French Cooking in a year to be a stunt.
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