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HBO Max Show, Julia Makes Cooking and Kitchens Inspirational

HBO Max show, Julia staring Sarah Lancaster (previously starring in Last Tango in Halifax), Bebe Neuwirth, and David Hyde Pierce is a wonderful show that shines a warm light on everything I loved about Julia Child.

HBO Max photo of the show's and the real Julia Child
Sarah Lancaster as Julia

Julia Child is sort of a patron saint of Main Line Kitchen Design

Many of our blogs end with the salutation, she made famous, “Bon Appetit!” I stole her line because her life and her work exemplify the qualities I work to create in our company.

Julia Child was innovative and a pioneer

She had unstoppable enthusiasm for what she loved, and her raison d’etre was teaching it and making it accessible to everyone. HBO’s Julia makes these traits real and gives us a behind the scenes account of how Julia overcame a world that couldn’t help but embrace her, even if reluctantly.

In our own way, Main Line Kitchen Design strives to make kitchen design accessible

Outside of the work we do for our customers, we publish blogs that are read by approximately 1,000 people each day. Our Friday 2 pm to 4 pm helpline and podcast also provides FREE design assistance to homeowners from all over the US. Most importantly, our designers enjoy explaining the how’s and why’s behind the design recommendations we make to our customers.

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We further wish to honor Julia by donating $1 to Feeding America in her name for every Facebook like or share of this blog which will be posted on Facebook and boosted to reach as many people as possible. We also salute all the mothers we’ve worked with and will work with in the future.

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Bon Appetit!


Final Update: According to Feeding America’s literature our Mother’s Day contribution in memory of Julia Child supplied 8,000 meals to hungry people. Thanks to all that liked or shared our post. Here’s a link where anyone can donate to Feeding America: Support Feeding America | Feeding America

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