My Life in France - Part 2: Chapter 5, French Recipes for American Cooks Summary & Analysis

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Part 2: Chapter 5, French Recipes for American Cooks Summary and Analysis

In early October 1954, Paul and Julia moved to Germany. Julia was dismayed to find that their new home and town seemed so much like an American town. She wanted to live among Germans and explore the culture. Paul was the top visual program person in Germany, informing the German people about the United States. Gradually, though, Julia found more of what she was looking for in Germany, particularly as she tried German dishes and figured out how to make French dishes in Germany.

Julia continued to work on the book, now called French Cooking for the American Kitchen. Simca and Julia finished several chapters and tested dishes for other chapters. Julia came to the see the distance between them as a blessing in disguise, as it allowed both women...

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