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The lore of La Pitchoune, the fabled French summerhouse of Julia Child.

Julia Child had a knack for wonderful homes: be it her charmed upbringing in Pasadena or in the Edenic beauty of Ceylon (now Sri Lanka), where she served as an intelligence officer in World War II; in Sichuan Province; Bonn; Oslo or Cambridge. And, of course, there’s her beloved apartment in the 7th Arrondissement of Paris that she stuffed to the gills with pots and pans, and where she first began work on the book that made her an American

  • Words:
    Asher Ross
  • Photography:
    Marc Riboud/Magnum Photo/POLFOTO

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  • Words:
    Asher Ross
  • Photography:
    Marc Riboud/Magnum Photo/POLFOTO
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