|Primary Format: Paper|
|Size:||8 x 10 in.|
|Subject(s):||Architecture and Design|
In Julia's Kitchen: Practical and Convivial Kitchen Design Inspired by Julia Child
Pamela Heyne and Jim SchererPaper: $24.95
A must-have addition for the bookshelves of any Julia Child fan, and it is an insightful read for anyone who spends time in the kitchen.
—Jacqueline Cain, Boston Magazine
Architect Heyne revisits the time she interviewed Julia Child about the design of her kitchen for Washingtonian magazine, and expands on Child’s insight into kitchen design. The strongest segment of the book recounts the meeting in words and photos [when] Child welcomed Heyne and photographer Scherer into her Cambridge, Massachusetts home, and gave them a personal tour of her kitchen. . . . Includes interviews with friends and acquaintances of the TV chef, digressions on Child’s other kitchens (public and private), and photos from various dinner parties.
PAMELA HEYNE is a Yale-educated architect and author of Mirror by Design and Today’s Architectural Mirror. In 1989, she met and interviewed Julia Child and, with photographer Jim Scherer, produced an article on Julia’s kitchen design for Washingtonian Magazine. In her architectural practice Pamela designs comfortable homes, estates and larger projects. Early clients include Oberlin College and Ben Bradlee and Sally Quinn. She lives in Maryland. JIM SCHERER is one of the premier food photographers in the country today. He was the staff photographer for Julia Child’s Julia Child and Company and The Way to Cook, and photographed many of Julia’s recipes for Parade Magazine. He lives in Boston.