Wednesday, 15 August 2012

Mastering the Art of French Cooking

On October 31st of 1960, in a letter to her editor at Alfred A. Knopf publishers, the great Julia Child included a list — seen below — of 28 title suggestions for her forthcoming debut cookbook. The last of her suggestions was eventually chosen.

Mastering the Art of French Cooking was published the next year, and went on to become one of the most influential cookbooks of all time.

(Source: Ian Pinnock; Image: Julia Child, via.)

La Bonne Cuisine Française
In Love with French Cooking
The Love of French Cooking
Cooking for Love
The French Cooking Master
Cooking Mastery
Mastery of French Cooking (No "The")
The French Kitchen
Food from France
France's Food
The Noble Art of French Cooking
The Master French Cookbook
Great French Cooking
The Compulsive Cook
Cooking is my Hobby
The Hobby of French Cooking
French Cooking as a Hobby
School for French Cooks
School for French Cookery
A Course on French Cooking
The Passionate French Cook
French Cooking for Fun
French Cooking for Love
French Cooking for Everyone
Cook for Your Self a la Française
Mastering the Art of French Cuisine/Cooking/Cookery