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Object 34 [of 66] – Saucepan

 

Julia's love of cooking with butter intersected often with this small, metal pot she used for melting butter. Its long wooden handle and spout made pouring the melted butter that much easier. This pot hung on the pegboard wall to the left of the Garland range.

 


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Object 50 –  Butter Dish
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Falling in Love with Food/Finding a Career

Julia went to France in 1948, accompanying Paul to his State Department appointment. Enroute to Paris, a dinner in Rouen was a transforming experience. Read More

 


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