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Julia Child (1912-2004) introduced French cuisine and cooking techniques to the American mainstream through her cookbooks and television programs.

Note: The museum posted new recipes from Julia's canon each week during August-December 2009. While we've stopped adding new recipes, we hope that you'll still cook, eat, and share your experiences with us on this site. Bon appétit!

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19 November 09
Recipe #13: Pain d’Épices (honey spice cake)
Julia Child loved her stand mixer and the one that sits on the counter in her kitchen at the Smithsonian contains a special feature: the mixing bowl is engraved with “Bon Appétit Julia Child.” This stand mixer was a workhorse in her kitchen and appeared regularly on the television series Baking with Julia.  Although Julia recommended using a heavy-duty machine for today’s recipe, Helena managed to get good results with a hand mixer.
This week, curator Helena Wright gets a start on holiday baking by pulling out one of her favorite Julia Child recipes.
READ THE FULL POST ON OUR BLOG for recipe sourcesSUBMIT YOUR PHOTOS AND STORIES—Posted by the National Museum of American History

Recipe #13: Pain d’Épices (honey spice cake)

Julia Child loved her stand mixer and the one that sits on the counter in her kitchen at the Smithsonian contains a special feature: the mixing bowl is engraved with “Bon Appétit Julia Child.” This stand mixer was a workhorse in her kitchen and appeared regularly on the television series Baking with Julia. Although Julia recommended using a heavy-duty machine for today’s recipe, Helena managed to get good results with a hand mixer.

This week, curator Helena Wright gets a start on holiday baking by pulling out one of her favorite Julia Child recipes.

READ THE FULL POST ON OUR BLOG for recipe sources

SUBMIT YOUR PHOTOS AND STORIES

—Posted by the National Museum of American History

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