May I remind you, I don't want to see you, you want to see me? She said, "It's about our generation turning 30." What'd you expect? "Julie Powell, once the editor of the Amherst literary magazine, "the one we all knew would be 'The One,' "temped for eight years before giving up on her novel, "and now works in a cubicle as a mid-level bureaucrat, "attempting to deal with the aftereffects of 9l11." Oh, God, you memorized it?
Are you the person to speak to if I don't like the plan for the memorial - that was in this morning's Times?
This is my sixth phone call and the only thing anyone ever tells me is I have to fill out a form to get in line for an insurance payment. But, I mean, if you don't wanna fill out a form I will fill one out for you, but you're still going to have to come in and sign it.
You know I love you so much, I'm gonna let you take the first bite.
I don't really want to go back into government work.
"Start blogging." "The Julie Julia Project." The Book, Mastering the Art of French Cooking. Risking her marriage, her job, and her cat's well-being, she has signed on for a deranged assignment. Dear Charlie, we're settled in finally, and Julia loves it here. You know how famously grouchy the French can be, dear brother.
Government employee by day, renegade foodie by night. Finally, the Julie And Julia script is here for all you fans of the Meryl Streep and Amy Adams movie. This puppy is a transcript that was painstakingly transcribed using the screenplay and/or viewings of the movie to get the dialogue. And you're a writer, which is more than I can say for Annabelle. You can just go online, press enter and there it is, out there. The way that cooking is a way that I get away from what I do all day. I'm not a real cook, like Julia Child or Mario Batali. If I really wanted to learn to cook, I could just cook my way through Julia Child's cookbook. When I was eight, my father's boss came to dinner and it was a really big deal, and my mother made boeuf bourguignon.