The Star Tribune calls FCiA “inspiring, joyous and poignant”

Merci, Minneapolis! What a nice review in the Star Tribune, which says, in part:
“This book, by her great-nephew, is a follow-up to his 2006 account of her culinary awakening, “My Life in France.” It’s about Julia, but it’s also about U.S. history, politics, television and feminism.

Both a generous spirit and a perfectionist, she was ambitious in her own television goals, but also nurtured the careers of the likes of James Beard and Jacques Pepin. This is an inspiring, joyous and ultimately poignant book. She refused to do product endorsements, loved her husband madly and considered herself “an eternal pupil.” “

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