Object 43 [of 66] – "Spoonery"
Not only did Julia like items of everyday use handy–that is, easily reachable and conveniently out–but she often labeled those things and their containers so that the hundreds of other people who also cooked and helped in the kitchen would put those those things back in their place. Over the Garland Range, where she kept cooking utensils of everyday use, spoons returned to their "Spoonery," so designated by a masking tape label on their stoneware crock, forks to their "Forkery", spatulas to the container of "Spats", and wooden things to "Mostly Wood."
Object 14 – Firkin with knives
Signs of Julia
The kitchen and even Julia's early cooking shows were filled with signs (and labels) of all sorts... Read More
Designing Her Ninth Kitchen
When Paul and Julia Child moved into their home in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in 1961, there was work to be done with the kitchen. While she mapped out the functional principles... Read More
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