Julia Child's Kitchen

At the Smithsonian Museum of American History in Washington DC, Julia Child's kitchen has been replicated.
A few facts about the kitchen:

  • The blue and green color scheme was chosen by Paul, Julia's husband, in 1961.

  • Sixteen baking sheets wee stored vertically in slots next to the dishwasher.

  • The kitchen overlooked Irving Street in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

  • The kitchen measures 14 by 20 feet.
A few facts about Julia Child:

  • She was born on August 15th, 1912 as the eldest of three children.

  • She was a government inteligents agent for the Office of Strategic Services

  • She and her husband, Paul Child, met through the OSS.

  • Julia attended the Cordon Bleu cooking school in France.

  • She and two friends created the cooking school l'Ecole de Trois Gourmandes (The school of the three gourmandes)

  • A cookbook she made with these friends lead to her TV show, The French Chef.

  • She won an Emmy award in 1966.

Learn more about the kitchen at http://americanhistory.si.edu/juliachild/

If walls could dream... they'd dream of a government inteligents agent's magnificent kitchen.