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A young cook's dinner with Julia Child

The master understood both people and flavors

By Sheryl Julian
Globe Staff / August 18, 2004

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In the early 1970s, when I was working in Washington as the assistant to cookbook author Anne Willan, she threw a dinner party with a stunning cast. No one gave parties like Anne, who went on to open La Varenne, a bilingual cooking school in France. She and her husband, Mark Cherniavsky, weren't afraid to invite strangers for a grand ... (Full Article: 481 Words)

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