At Julia Child's Kitchen, Memories of a Love for Cooking

All Things Considered talks with visitors at the National Museum of American History's exhibit of Julia Child's actual kitchen, taken from her home in Cambridge, Mass., and reassembled in Washington, D.C. The visitors comment on how practical the kitchen appears to be, and how the famous gourmet touched their lives and influenced their relationship with food and cooking.

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