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Last year, America lost a culinary heroine. Her name was Judith Jones, and she passed away in August 2017 at the age of 93. While most know her as the editor who removed Anne Frank’s diary from the publishing house reject pile and gave it to the world, she was also responsible for putting Julia Child’s words in the kitchens of at-home cooks everywhere. Mastering the Art of French Cooking was a behemoth success, proving that anyone, even those who had never boiled an egg, could transform simple food into something life changing. Jones has indirectly influenced aspiring chefs and foodies of all types, including two young women who had the idea that their cookware should be as joy-induci... Full story

9 November