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A Corny, Yet Amazing, Tribute to Julia Child

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A Corny, Yet Amazing, Tribute to Julia Child

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A Corny, Yet Amazing, Tribute to Julia Child

A Corny, Yet Amazing, Tribute to Julia Child

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Julia Child's face, hewn from a Massachusetts cornfield. MikesMaze.com hide caption

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Julia Child's face, hewn from a Massachusetts cornfield.

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What could be a more appropriate homage to a cook than to have her likeness rendered in food? When children run through a corn maze in western Massachusetts, they are actually running through the hair and down the arms and into the pots and pans of the world's favorite French chef, Julia Child.

Karen Brown of member station WFCR went for a visit.

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