GALLERY: ‘Julia Child: A Recipe for Life’ exhibit at The Henry Ford Museum – Part Two

Cookbooks by Julia Child on display at The Henry Ford. (Gloria Rzucidlo/AmericaJR)

AmericaJR’s Gloria Rzucidlo recently visited The Henry Ford Museum to check out their exhibit “Julia Child: A Recipe for Life.” It explores the key ingredients that led to Julia’s personal evolution and America’s culinary revolution. Visitors will journey through Julia’s life as she explored the world and discovered her sense of curiosity, including the moment that ignited her love for French cuisine and inspired her career. At the heart of the exhibition, Julia’s passion for teaching is explored through her meticulous process of recipe development for Mastering the Art of French Cooking and The French Chef, culminating with her legacy of inspiring chefs of all levels.

Tickets for “Julia Child: A Recipe for Life” is free as a member, $35.00 for general admission, $31.50 for Seniors.  The museum is open daily 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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