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Today would have been Julia Child's 100th birthday, and Eatocracy is celebrating her legacy.
The setting is so inviting that you're almost compelled to plop yourself down in a chair for a kitchen coffee klatsch.
Except you can't. Because it's behind glass.
Julia Child's kitchen is back at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History after seven months of renovations. For the 100th anniversary of her birth, the museum is temporarily unwrapping a new space dedicated to the beloved television chef, which includes the kitchen from her Cambridge, Massachusetts home.
The popularity of the mint julep is rooted as much in the nation's capital as it is in Louisville. Karin Caifa has the report.
Trot on over to our other Kentucky Derby coverage:
Everybody must get sconed - including Her Majesty the Queen.
Queen Elizabeth's Drop Scones
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