Julia Child forever changed the cooking world

FILE - In this Aug. 13, 1992 file photo, chef and author Julia Child holds tomatoes in the kitchen at her home in Cambridge, Mass. More than a decade after her death, the foundation she created finally is launching a culinary award named in her honor. The Julia Child Award, which will be named annually, will be presented to someone who has improved how Americans think about food and cooking. The first winner will be announced in August 2015 and the award will be presented in October. (AP Photo/Jon Chase)

Julia Child’s passion for cooking took America by storm in the early 1960s. Child’s cooking techniques and creative food pairings impressed both amateur and professional chefs.

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From her cooking shows to her many cookbooks, Julia Child inspired all of us. Here are a few quotes that truly encompass Julia Child’s impact on the world.

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