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Julia Child Donates Kitchen to Smithsonian


Feb. 12, 2002
-- Renowned chef Julia Child has donated her 14-by-20-foot kitchen--along with more than 1,200 cooking gadgets--to the Smithsonian Institution in Washington DC. The kitchen, where she cooked for more than 40 years and filmed several TV cooking series, will be on display in a permanent exhibition opening fall 2002 at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History.

Child's kitchen boasts a six-burner Garland range, a refrigerator--complete with 18 refrigerator magnets--fish scalers, gratin and saute pans, personal cookbooks, knives, mixing bowls, stew pots, pegboards, and of course, the kitchen sink.

Smithsonian National Museum of American History, "What's Cooking? Julia Child's Kitchen at the Smitsonian"




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