Saturday, October 17, 2009

William & Mary

Hey guys - so I'm going to be here Monday, for anyone who happens to be in the neighborhood and wants to drop in. This is the almost the first time I've spoken basically unscripted without help of the questions/taunts of others, so it's going to be an experiment. I'll probably need a drink afterwards. Join!

84 Comments:

Blogger Benny and Lily said...

Mom loves reading your blog. She said if we were in the area we would drop by. In So. Cal
Benny & Lily

4:20 PM  
Blogger Jody said...

If you're that nervous maybe you need a drink BEFORE?

LOL

Only kidding.

Good luck.

4:35 PM  
Blogger O'Reilly said...

You'll be really good. Voluntary interested book-smart students make for a great audience. All you have to do is deliver the goods, and you have the goods to deliver. They will
want to know about being a writer, finding your career, finding your voice, whether selling the rights to your book for a movie is selling out, etc. Plus you're funny.

5:01 PM  
Blogger CAE said...

I'm a senior at W&M and my roommate and I can't wait for Monday night! Don't be nervous at all; W&M students don't bite. We're the "voluntarily interested book smart students," remember?

Btw, my roommate and I love your story and would love to have drinks with you after your talk!

8:25 PM  
Blogger tracy said...

hi julie,
saw the movie last night and loved it. You and Meryl channelling Julia can take on my kitchen any night. I have never blogged before so my virginal blogging efforts might be a little trite but thought i would offer not a comment on the cooking - but a recipe for your partners poor suffering stomach. tell him to try two days without any gluten whatsoever and see if it works. Two days is not hard. I love every food on the planet - save a few of the more exotic offal cuts and enjoy most things that can be done with a wine or cocktail glass and a bottle of grog but spent last summer holiday in misery with what felt like a fucking bowling ball under my rib cage. Anyway many tests later and a suggestion from the gastroenterologist and bingo. I pick my times to be bad and know how much of a good cake i can eat before i relive it all night and have to make Pariet my best friend.
Hope your talk goes well. Have not had time to read all the blogs but will get to them.
cheers,
Tracy, your Aussie fan!

3:30 AM  
Blogger Jeffrey said...

Dear Chef Julie Powell, After seeing 'your' movie for the second time, last night, I 'Wikipedia-ed' (is that a word..it should be) you, and found your blog. This comment has nothing to do with your visit to W&M because I live in Europe. Moi? I am a singer, actor and a writer and even sometimes I cook for friends, albeit only vegetarian...that is, my cooking not my friends. Why I write: Thank you so very much for having inspired the wonderful, lovely,touching, 'real' movie, esp in time of so much violence and dsysfunctionalism in this world and in films. I know you had little to do with cast selection but all your work, was in fact the 'raison d'être' for the film's creation. Even the song at the end, 'Time after Time' has re-enterd my repertoire. So from cold - too wintery, too soon- Central Europe, I salute you, Julie Powell. Quelle femme!!
Blessings,
Jeffrey

3:33 AM  
Blogger Angela said...

I hope it goes well. Loved your movie. :)

8:32 AM  
Blogger Marília said...

Hello from Brasil! The movie is about to be launched here and I can´t wait to see in the big screen the hilourious story from This two Julias. Wolfed down your book in four days. Cooked Potage Parmentier yestarday night for the first time and it was delicious! Easy AND simple.Except for the "potato squeezer"(is that the correct word?)part - oh, my hands! Thank you for being such an inspiration. Congrats and as for the MAP thing, excuse the clichê, but: Just be yourself, baby!
Kisses,
Marília.

9:20 AM  
Blogger Molly said...

Julie - This is not related to your visit to W&M but is a question that's ben gnawing at me since I saw the J&J film. In the film where Julie makes this fabu dinner for her friends - she makes a fried bread topped with roated((?) peppers. Where is that recipe in MTAFC? I've been salvating for this appetizer ever since and can't find it anywhere. I'd love to make it sometime. Please advise.
Thanks

1:35 PM  
Blogger Julie Powell said...

Hey, Molly - every one asks for the bruschetta recipe, and it's not a Julia recipe at all! I don't know where exactly the recipe came from, but if I can dig it up I'll definitely post it.

2:59 PM  
Blogger giulia said...

Well, I was just going to say that I'm in DC & if I had a car, I'd be there. Alas.

Bruschetta is a specialty here (lived in Rome), etc. While waiting for Julie, Marcella Hazan is a genius & also Lidia Bastianich. Google Lidia's site...she probably has something on there. I just made some the other night for a 'do' but unless you've got a heap o' end-of-harvest, do as Romans do--w/out tomatoes (yep).

ciao-meow

Susan & GG the cat

PS: Buona fortuna, Julie P.

lol - the word verification is 'creme'

3:36 PM  
Blogger Michelle said...

Just wanted to say thank you for your book. I love it. My husband is a chef and we just opened our own restaurant. I loved reading about your cooking, eating and Julia Child. I made omelettes tonight after reading the instructions in MtAoFC. They didn't turn out (no surprise) but launched my husband into a long soliloquy on David Boulod, omelette pans and gas stoves (ours is electric to his horror--he won't hardly cook at home). To his credit, he did eat it with no complaints. Anyway, reading your book is like finding a food soul sister. I'm excited to find your blog!
Michelle, in Yakima

7:52 PM  
Blogger NYCRN said...

Hi Julie,
Love your blog and what you've accomplished! J&J inspired my partner to start writing a blog about his experiences as a nurse in NYC. Any feedback or advice for an aspiring blogger would be greatly appreciated. (I'm sure you get this all the time but, heck, I thought I'd give it a shot.)
http://www.nycrn.blogspot.com.

Thanks!

7:56 PM  
Blogger rat said...

saw the movie yesterday 2 thumbs up.! everytime a scene of you whipping up a dish..my stomach growled and saliva drool down form my mouth...yum yum!

12:02 AM  
Blogger wiley said...

Hi Julie,
Yesterday, with friends to see the "Julie & Julia" movie, really liked your story, but also admire your courage and perseverance, your story inspired me to re-ignite my enthusiasm for cooking! Thank you ^^!

Susan,
From Taiwan, Asia.

12:50 AM  
Blogger robert crane said...

julie,

i too am a writer/blogger/cook;
however, i will not be at w&m to see you, as my publicist, lewey lopknots, has signed me up for a gig at trenton state prison death row to teach the boys how to blog about and order final meals.

believe you me when i say, i'd rather be at w&m asking you probing questions about your favorite blog widgets and dill recipes.

knock 'em dead!

10:37 AM  
Blogger sshaughn said...

my wife brought me to see Julie and Julia...and I have to say I loved it. I was wondering how I can get an autographed copy of your book and autographed copy of Mastering The Art Of French Cooking? Thanks for your time and congrats on all the success, Cheers, sshaughn@aol.com

2:48 PM  
Blogger Paul Jurilla said...

saw the movie yesterday, i can't believe your julie/julia blog is still alive. and actually reading it until now. i am much of a foodie, and how i could relate to your life, i for one work for a call center, and have so many goals unfinished - watching your life and how it revolves... inspires me. hope to read more of your entries... - paul, a fan from the philippines

4:38 PM  
Blogger The Colonial Apprentice said...

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7:27 PM  
Blogger The Colonial Apprentice said...

Enjoyed your talk this evening. I am a culinary apprentice in Colonial Williamsburg, in a training ground program to hopefully work my way into the White House kitchen.

I was hoping to ask this question, but got a little nervous: In my time in the culinary field I've noticed some spite towards Foodnetwork and "celebrity chefs/cooks" from others in the cooking field, have you faced any of this as you have gone forward?

(It's something I know even Julia Child had to face and today, Rachel Ray, who I have to admit, I'm not the biggest fan of Rachel's haha.)


Thanks again for coming to Williamsburg!

7:30 PM  
Blogger James said...

Julie, have you ever been to Sydney? We'd love to have you out here so we can get a first hand view from your incredible life changing experiment. Congrats, James

8:59 PM  
Blogger Teresa said...

Hi Julie, I wasnt sure to writte ,but well.. here I am. I just saw the movie Julie & Julia. It's amazing how you did all that. I went out of the theater inspired! And the funny thing is that i dont like to cook! I just like to eat, like Julia. But in my case there's no way I can cook ever! I guess I'm afraid to do it wrong and people laught about it! I hope you try peruvian food.BY the way, I'm from Peru. later!... i'll become fan of you...

10:24 PM  
Blogger Hardy1 said...

Didn't know anything about your blog until today! I saw the movie today, and loved it! :) I love cooking...but can't say I am the best at it. Being originally from England, and now living in Western Australia, I had never heard of Julia Child......we had our version on British TV, Fanny Cradock. Any idea where I might obtain the "Mastering French Cooking" cookbook? I love to cook with butter and cream....however my partner's cholesterol is a little high.....so the butter and cream are treats!

2:16 AM  
Blogger amateur ear said...

Hello, Julie & Julia opened in Manila last week; I just saw it tonight. Wonderful, wonderful movie. And what an inspiring blog.

7:35 AM  
Blogger Filled to the bottles' brims said...

Hi there, I have no idea if this message is going to reach you eventually.... but no harm trying...
I just watched julie and julia, and i wanted to read the book now.... but the thing is... thank you, for making it possible to publish the book, to make the movie. Cos I need a reality check. I mean it. I have been too dreamy, and illusionated. I needed to be brought down to earth, and watching the struggles of Julie and Julia made me realise that.... If I want to be a writer, I need to be more serious abou it, so thank you for letting me know that... unintentionally or intentionally.
Just something I wanted to ask you.. somethingssss, actually.
Did you actually throw 3 live lobsters into the pot? Did the lobster really did make that pose in the car?
Well, I know that it IS a truth story.... but I HAVE to ask that. I forgot the rest of the questions, but they are all "did you really" questions.... other than just one.
Both my friend and I were silently wondering why did Julia Child said disrespectful. BUt I doubt you have the answer?

Yuu

8:42 AM  
Blogger JT said...

Hey JP!
This is the first time I'm reading your blog. 2 weeks ago it was my 22and b-day and one of my gifts was your book (translated into Estonian go figure! :)) Now when I am fed up with University and the cold and miserable weather I sit all curled up on my bed and read about the Project. It may sound stupid but it's like a little Angel that saves me from mental breakdown - funny, easy to read (way better than political books I HAVE to read) and just tremendously awesome :)Just wanted to send you my thanks for being you - a real woman. Thanks Julie :)

Jo

2:20 PM  
Blogger GKO said...

It was great to meet you... I so appreciate you coming to W&M and speaking to us about the dumb FAQ you tolerate as well as answering more dumb questions for us. I look forward to your upcoming book to see your "protectiveness" in action. I admire what you have been able to do with your talent and consider myself lucky to have heard you in person. Though you already know this, Amy Adams was the wrong person to portray you, a dynamic, wild, and warm personality. Thank you again for braving a handful of 20 year old know-it-all students and for answering my question.

2:54 PM  
Blogger GKO said...

By the by, I think the bruschetta recipe was included because it's a recipe one can currently learn at le Cordon Bleu, where Julia Child rocked the boat. If you read THE SHARPER YOUR KNIFE THE LESS YOU CRY, page 133, by Kathleen Flinn, the recipe for an amazing bruschetta is included. I've used it a few times I it is better than it looks. I think you can find it on Google Books.

5:17 PM  
Blogger Annelie said...

An awkward feeling.
I am Swede that pursue for the occasion lives in Singapore since a just over year. Last Sunday, I and my man went at the cinema and saw Julie & Julia, without that actually only to know that Meryl Streep plays with and that it acts about French food. I love food, and in particular French food and also France and Paris. The film was so good, "feel good" film.
The awkward is that I recognize myself in the film, a lot agrees in on myself. Starts many projects that never to be completed and since a just over year back has I it blog where I type the life in Singapore and a new recipe each Friday. But it very most awkwardest is that today takes I forward my boiling book that I calls” my bible” the good French cuisine, today in the morning and to may to see that it is just the the boiling book that Julia Child wrote and you repaired food from, it has I had and repaired food from afterwards 1986. Certainly, the awkward is?
My favourite recipes are Soupeàl' Oignon, Boeuf Bourguignon, Sauce Béarnaise and many other of course.
Today I shall buy you book and read!
I am bad to write english, so forgive me.
Annelie Sandberg, Singapore
www.sandberg2singapore.blogg.se

8:03 PM  
Blogger Hilary said...

Julie, I love doing unscripted talks because you can "feel" the audience and react to their reactions. I just gave a talk to students at Cornell Hospitality School and am sure they would welcome you there too.Irena Chalmers author of Food Jobs:150 Great Jobs for Culinary Students, Career Changers and Food Lovers.

5:31 AM  
Blogger Errant Knave said...

You're not planning on coming up to Toronto any time soon, are you? There are people in the Great White North who would totally love it if you came.

11:21 AM  
Blogger Petal Pusher said...

Hi Julie. I have seen Julie & Julia twice now and love, love, loved it. My friends and I want to do a dinner party and I would like to make a tag similar to the tags that Julia wore when she cooked in Paris. You wore the tag when you had a dinner party at your home, in the movie and was wondering if you could tell me what was written on them. I have searched and have come up empty handed. Please help a fellow cook!! Monique Chauvin, New Orleans
monique.chauvin01@gmail.com

2:10 PM  
Blogger Kelly said...

Your movie came out while I was using a creative psychologist as my Julia. Her name is Shelley and mine is Kelly. It is the perfect movie because it's real and it fits the role modeling imaginary friend pattern I was doing. It too was a year long journey and it was precipitated by the stress load of helpless, powerless, and social defeatedness. I love you Julie. You made it easy to express what was happening to me. I can't wait for the movie to come out on DVD. I hope you don't mind but I'm going to change the title to Shelley/Kelly. You rock!

7:09 PM  
Blogger Lotika said...

You are most inspiring - what do you say to other people wanting to follow your idea? Perhaps modified a bit? Yes I've got an idea based on yours... can I do it?

4:14 PM  
Blogger José said...

Hi Julie! I know, i know, yet another congratulation for your blog, book and movie, but I just HAVE to do it, congratulations" :)
I'm a 18 year old guy from Argentina, who saw the film and got really interested in your story.(As a cook? I can hardly make scones, with some help, of course!)
As regards "william & mary" post, GOOD LUCK! that's amazing! Don't forget to let us know how did all turned out.
(If you would let me know you read this, trust me, I would be really happy!)

5:06 PM  
Blogger Tina said...

I'm located in Europe and just got home from watching your film with my significant other, we absolutely loved, loved, loved it! In addition, it totally made me forget my panic attack situation I'm currently going through, and that, to me was heaven. :)

5:34 PM  
Blogger jack said...

every one asks for the bruschetta recipe, and it's not a Julia recipe at all! I don't know where exactly the recipe came from, but if I can dig it up I'll definitely post it.austin healthmate air purifier

9:28 PM  
Blogger deedaa said...

Julie I just saw the movie Tuesday night, I went without my husband so I will be going again with him. I loved the film it had so many underlying messages. What I really enjoyed most was the "Joy of Cooking" watching a meal being prepared with love and excitement and seeing guest devour it with such enthusiasm. Food should be enjoyed, and not used as a purposeful function. I've decided to go back to school for culinary arts specializing in Baking and patisserie and your film has convinced me that I'm doing the right thing. Thanks so much, All the best. By the way I've always loved butter

5:42 AM  
Blogger Rob Britt said...

After seeing Julie and Julia, a friend of mine decided to do something to promote inspiration in the world. To that end we developed the Get Inspired! Project, GetInspiredProject (dot)com It is a series of daily interviews, 15 minutes long conducted over the phone. We would love to have you participate. Please visit the site and consider it. Thank you, Rob, Deb, Toni and Jim

10:42 AM  
Blogger Andrea Lynn said...

Hi Julie - I just finished reading your book about 10 minutes ago. It was really quite wonderful! I also saw the movie a few weeks ago which is why I bought your book in the first place. I didn't think you were still blogging but obviously, here you are! You were actually my inspiration for starting my own blog, although I'm not blogging about such an endeavor as yours but oh well. :)Anyway, I just wanted to say hey and tell you that I admired what you did!
~Andrea

3:58 PM  
Blogger TheSexyHomeChef said...

Julie and Julia started showing here last week and I watched it yesterday. I liked the movie for what it is, the movie version of your blog, your life and Julia's life and career. I shall watch it again, maybe not as many times as New Moon and Twilight (45 and counting) but I shall read your new book, cook more from Juia's recipes and start my blog for myself. I'm so happy for you and your success. Another crab that got out of the basket. You go, girl.

9:13 PM  
Blogger Rebeka Talebi said...

Hi I just wanted to say that I love you! I just watched the movie, "Julia on Julia" and was so inspired and so ecstatic about this story. You are such an inspiration and your hubbie is so lucky that you can cook such gourmet delicious meals on a regular basis.

10:16 PM  
Blogger Éva said...

Dear Julie!
You are wonderful! :) I read your project "Julia/Julie project" on your blog, because yesterday I saw a film. ...and i cant't tell anything.... You're a great woman! :)
I want to buy your book, but i can't buy in Hungary. What do you think?

Kiss: Evi

12:49 AM  
Blogger Éva said...

Dear Julie!
You are wonderful! :) I read your project "Julia/Julie project" on your blog, because yesterday I saw a film. ...and i cant't tell anything.... You're a great woman! :)
I want to buy your book, but i can't buy in Hungary. What do you think?

Kiss: Evi

12:50 AM  
Blogger Éva said...

Dear Julie!
You are wonderful! :) I read your project "Julia/Julie project" on your blog, because yesterday I saw a film. ...and i cant't tell anything.... You're a great woman! :)
I want to buy your book, but i can't buy in Hungary. What do you think?

Kiss: Evi

12:50 AM  
Blogger sassy-woman said...

Hi Julie,
Inspirational person or what? You definately are and so down to earth at the same time. Loved the movie. Just saw it the other night.
I am so looking forward to following your blog.

kindest regards
Linda (Another Aussie fan)

7:29 AM  
Blogger iannis said...

Hi! We just saw the movie together with my wife and really loved it!
Best regards from Athens, Greece

2:40 PM  
Blogger TheSexyHomeChef said...

I've been googling your next book, Cleaving, and I'm bothered about your extramarital affair that was written in the book. Is that true? I've seen some reviews about the 2nd book and they are not nice. Even the not hateful ones, just the analytic and logical reviews. The blog was 2003, the book 2005, the 2nd book ended at February 2008. Are you together again with Eric? Even if I buy the book I won't get the answer. Why have an affair? After all the good things that came your way?

5:51 PM  
Blogger Jane said...

Never blogged before but you have inspired me...on of millions I'd imagine now that the world is seeing the great movie. In NZ its only just been released so i dont know how far we are behind the rest of the world. Thanks for the laughs and the thought provocation...Jane, Wanganui, New Zealand

8:12 PM  
Blogger Diana said...

I was reading your book at Starbuck's last summer when I got to the part where the accumulation of flies in the kitchen inspires you to lift up your dish drain and clean under it. I left out a yuuuchhh!!! and everybody turned around.
"It's not the coffee," I said. "It's a scene in the book."
Now I think of you every time I clear under my dish drain. So far, no unpleasant surprises.

8:34 PM  
Blogger Isabelle said...

Hello Julie,
I'm just finishe your book and , 5mn ago!
What you have done has touched my sensibility, because find the way of his own life is so difficult! Bravo!
I find you very courageous, because many frenchs don't like entrails!
Good luck Julie
Isabelle
(Sorry for the faults)

3:21 AM  
Blogger claire_dedie said...

Hi Julie,
this has nothing to do with your post but I really wanted to thank you and it's the only place I found to do that. I bought your book a week ago after I watched the movie. I usually don't know which books I should buy, so when I like a movie based on a book I always buy the book afterward. Anyway, I moved from France to the US almost a year ago now, and haven't laugh or even smile that much for a while. When you move to a foreign country it seems that you can't cry or laugh anymore for quite a while, just as if you lost every kind of emotion... And by reading your book, I found myself laughing and smiling many many times. I am so grateful that you gave me this ability back! Your book is just delightful!
Best wishes!

10:06 AM  
Blogger Hannah said...

OMG are you the Julie from the movie!!! In the end Julia was such a cow that must have been heart-breaking for you! You are so inspiring i wouldn't have had the courage to continue on after such terrible words!!! I guess the julia you love is the julia stuck in time!! Have you been to Paris i have it's my life long dream to live their except not to cook - to eat!!! I am 13 years old and i'm from Australia - do you cook Australian food? Like kangaroo!! It's really good but not many tourists try it ( it's better than chicken i think)
H

12:50 AM  
Blogger Hannah said...

Can you get Julia french cooking book from usual bookstores or will i have to dig for it?

12:51 AM  
Blogger Hardy1 said...

I had to do some digging around for the Mastering the Art of French Cooking. Although it is published by Penguin, it is not available in Australia at the minute......so I had to order mine through Booktopia on line. Hope this helps.

1:58 AM  
Blogger ZOFIA said...

hello
I am charmed movie and your book - I live in Poland - unfortunately I can not buy books anywhere, Julie Child

8:21 AM  
Blogger anmargy said...

Loved your book and look forward to keeping up with your blog. I am looking forward to watching the movie now, though I'm sure it's not as good as the book (it nevers is, right?)

8:35 PM  
Blogger Rob said...

hello julie,

i just saw ur movie yesterday here in new zealand. how bloody inspiring! i really jumped out of bed today incredibly inspired to live my dream. thank you for sharing!

lots of love
rob x

3:22 AM  
Blogger JULIA said...

Hi Julie,
Just writing to say that my friend Julie and I saw your movie last week. Didn't expect to be moved to tears so often during it; I guess mostly it was the relationship you have with your husband (and that of JC and hers), together with your desire to do something with your life, wish I could, if I could. I also had bought your book and just finished reading it... KUDOS. Love your style and looking foward to your next, and hey - say FUCK as many times as you like.
Julia C., Perth, Western Australia.

5:39 AM  
Blogger Moo-Hoo said...

Hi Julie--

I run an after-school program in midcoast Maine called "Literary Feasts" that is inspired by your story. High school students in the program have been reading your book, trying their hand at French cooking, and blogging about their adventures along the way. It has been great fun, and the girls in the group have become big fans of yours. I would love to share the link to our blog and more information about the program, but am hesitant to do so publicly when considering privacy issues related to working with minors. Is there a better way to contact you?

11:42 AM  
Blogger Francesca said...

Hi Julie I saw yr movie last night,very interesting and funny indeed! I'll drop into this blog anytime I need any good tip to make a great meal! regards from ITALY :-)
Fancy a blog on Italian cuisine?...one day maybe :-D
ciao
Francesca

3:10 PM  
Blogger Francesca said...

Hi Julie I saw yr movie last night,very interesting and funny indeed! I'll drop into this blog anytime I need any good tip to make a great meal! regards from ITALY :-)
Fancy a blog on Italian cuisine?...one day maybe :-D
ciao
Francesca

3:11 PM  
Blogger Alex the Cosmic said...

Dear Julie,

I'm one of your french fans, so to start, i'm sorry if my english is not so perfect.

I read your book "the julie/julia project" in 2 days. An i think it's one of the best books i ever read.

You're an amazing author and i hope to read your next book soon.

A few weeks ago, i began my own story.

But i'm starting with this great adventure and i'm a humble beginner author.

I think there are so many of your fans who made the same request or demand like mine.

But i'm trying my luck.

So, here i am.

I would like, so much, to have your opinion and your advices about my own blog and the different articles that i will send.

If you want, i can translate my texts in english, it should be more comfortable for you (and excellent to improve my english).

Having your opinion about my story should be an honor and a great teaching for me.

So this is the link for my blog : http://trilogieepique.blogspot.com

I hope to be read by you soon.

Continue to make dream ourselves.

Best wishes
Alexandra.

3:56 PM  
Blogger Veronica said...

Hi Julia,
just saw the Julie/Julia movie here in Vienna and am sooooooo happy I saw it. Could not be more inspiring!! Many thanks for following all of it through!!
Kind regards and bon appetit
Karin
www.karinleitner.com

1:42 PM  
Blogger Aryan said...

Oh Julie Powell..impeccable and enticing is your work.
and i have been enlightened to see it come true, only when i dragged myself solely alone to the cinema(bcuz my guy friends thot it ws a girl thing 2 do)
well..there i ws watchin every single scene beautifully blended into julia childs life n works..it goes beyond words that your dream and decision of doing this magic in 365 days is a blessing..
im still living the movie..
honestly..i have been up for more than 48hrs now,bcuz of my work at theatre and arts..but i chose to conclude my afternoon by watchin the movie n i have cherished every moment..i knw the filmworks is noras good work..but it wouldnt come true without the 2nd link/like half the story board missing somewhere in d ocean which u bought it alive for us..
my mom is a great chef..i will watchin this movie again and offcourse treating her on it too..im sure she will love it, like i did.and may be more.because of the religion -cooking..
im sorry, i hv written more at first..or may be i should stop..im dozzing off midway while writing this..
take care..God bless u lady..
Cheers
Aryan Jon

8:56 AM  
Blogger Jan said...

Is this REALLY YOU?!?!?!
I've just watched the movie and I WILL BUY THE BOOK, and I WILL READ THE BLOG..... wow.
Congratulations...
Greetings from Mexico ^_^
(I still dont have a real blog... because I do use it to shout into the void, now and then...)

12:39 PM  
Blogger eli brown said...

Hi Julie, I just finished reading 'Cleaving' (I'm in New Zealand so it's been out here a while) and without wanting to be too nosy or ruin the book for anyone else, I'm dying to know how it has all worked out?
Can you give me any clues??
Love to you from Down Under x

5:08 PM  
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9:21 AM  
Blogger Nia said...

I just found your blog and I'm already loving it! Yesterday I saw a movie "Julie & Julia" and that what bring me here ;)

Here is some feelings it made me think:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/neya365/4064055777/

9:22 AM  
Blogger SFWebDesign said...

I love cooking and did it for a while but decided to open my own San Francisco catering. I do some of the cooking though

6:47 PM  
Blogger Fox said...

I'm writing from italy and it's the first time, for me, that i write in english (sorry!)
I saw the movie and after i've searched on the web your real blog.
I write to you only for my compliments.
I put your blog on my favourites links...
I also read your project "Julia/Julie project" and i tell only that you're grat!
I hope to read you on my "home"!
Bye.
Fox

2:55 AM  
Blogger Giusy87 said...

Ciao Julie,
ieri sera sono stata al cinema, ho visto il tuo film e mi é piaciuto davvero tanto. Fino a ieri non avevo mai sentito parlare di Julia Child, ma grazie a te,ho sputo dell'esistenza di questa donna.
Spero che leggerai il mio commento e mi darai risposta.
Ciao Julie a presto.
P.S. Spero mi darai qualche ricetta di dolci, sai sono molto golosa.

3:37 AM  
Blogger Giusy87 said...

Ciao Julie,
ieri sera sono stata al cinema e ho visto il tuo film.
Sai fino a ieri non avevo mai sentito parlare di Julia Child, ma grazie a te ora sò dell'esistenza di questa donna.
Il film mi é piaciuto tantissimo, anche perché mi piace cucinare e mangiare, sopratutto se sono dolci, ma se tu mi vedessi non sembra perché sono magrissima.
Mi farebbe piacere ricevere delle ricette di dolci.
Spero che tu legga il mio commento e possa rispondermi.

3:54 AM  
Blogger ilona saari said...

Love keeping up w/ you on your blog - loved your book and loved the movie -- Please come visit me at http://mydinnerswithrichard.blogspot.com/

As a writer who also went from assistant, ass't tv production exec, tv/film/political writer to someone who now writes in her pajamas (or torn sweats) it might make you smile...

ilona saari

8:33 AM  
Blogger Philosophy's Philanthropist said...

Hi! i just wanted to say hi, and to show my appreciation. I'm a 19 year old culinary arts college student, and im reading through your book. i gotta admit, its helping me find the reason again that i started taking culinary arts in the first place! So i just wanted to say thanks, and wish you well!
-Kalen, from Miami Florida

10:05 AM  
Blogger Heidi Douglas said...

Hi Julie
read your book in 24 hours of laugh out loud joy. Thankyou so much for being such an honest crazy excitable slightly alcoholic twisted foodie sister. I felt like I was hearing a friends story. I had to go straight out to buy MTAFC, eat french food (i love cooking and french food) and then see the movie, which I really loved as well. I am a filmmaker working away on my dreams but sometimes it all seems too hard. You and Julia had just the right inspirational stories I have been needing to help me feel really optimistic about life again - to get through the questioning, the obstacles and just keep on keeping on despite what anyone else might say. So awesome to see an authentic female voice in Hollywood. And so brave of you to see your life portrayed on the big screen. THANKYOU!
Heidi in Hobart, Tasmania Australia

9:17 PM  
Blogger Madeline said...

I saw the film yesterday and loved every minute. I love cooking, food, Paris and New York so I was hooked from the start. Have also today bought MtAoFC so am ready to get started!
Very Best wishes

Madeline, in Suffolk, England

5:49 AM  
Blogger alexandrarose said...

Dont Sweat it Julie!! We love you and all of your fans in the Williamsburg area will come! I loved your book and i cant wait to see you!!!! Where will you be and at what time???

1:32 PM  
Blogger Stephanie said...

Loved the movie ...COngratulations hars work and dedication Does pay off ...Again Congratulations

From Reading, Pa

11:30 PM  
Blogger 桂綸鎂Diana said...

I love it! Very creative!That's actually really cool.
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參觀,Thanks

10:54 PM  
Blogger Carol said...

Hi Julie
I live in Adelaide, Australia - you've probably never heard of it but that's OK it's a fab place but shhhhhhh don't tell anyone else. Anyway, just finished your book and heading off the see the movie soon. Loved the book and I'm sure I'll feel the same about the movie though Amy Adams is not how I pictured you - I must go and google pics of Julie Powell to see the real you. PS are you going on with the baby thing?

8:31 PM  
Blogger tammy111 said...

admire what you did

2:29 PM  
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had written you a whole page
but it got deleted
great job, great story

2:31 PM  
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1:59 AM  

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