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I really enjoyed the book. My husband kept asking "what"? as I laughed aloud while reading it. She explains many of the recipes and because of that I won't be making any of them soon!!
A good follow up to Julie & Julia is Julia Child's autobiography My Life in France.
One thing that I have always admired about Julia Child, a lesson I learned from her, is that food and cooking should be fun. But Powell took on a project that wore her out, required her to do things when she had neither the time nor desire to do them, interfered with her social and family life, and seemed generally to have made her miserable.
I kept wanting to slap Julie and say, "Look, if you hate this project so much, just STOP!"
It really wasn't enjoyable reading about Julie's self-imposed misery.
I'd rather just sit down and read Mastering the Art!
I think I liked Julie's self imposed misery cause I've been there myself cooking ridiculous things at ridiculous times at night for no apparent reason.