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Her genuine interest in people made her table a gathering place

By Sheryl Julian and Alison Arnett
Globe Staff / August 18, 2004

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Julia Child's interest in chefs, home cooks, and young people was legendary. Hundreds of cooks across the country claim her as their mentor. Her files were filled with letters from admirers and all sorts of cooks in various stages of their careers looking for advice. (Full Article: 669 Words)

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