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Warren Bobrow

I miss Julia. But not as much as I miss Clementine Paddleford who was the first American food writer from the 1920's to the 1960's. She piloted her own Piper Cub all over America seeking real food. This was way before foodies took over the Food Network.
Julia Child owned a home off Bass Harbor in Down East Maine. (my family owns a home on Swan's Island) The ferry for Swan's Island goes right past the home that Julia Child spent her summers. She would stare off at the ferries, waving at the summer folks and the fishermen as the ferry strained against the tide. I chose to remember her waving as we went out to sea. A lovely memory.

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