Choose an answer from the
three choices and True or False offered after each question and then "Check Your
Answers" at the end of the quiz.
Julia Child was a famous American cook, author, and television
personality, who introduced French cuisine and cooking techniques to the
American mainstream, through her many cookbooks and television programs.
On August 13, 2008 what did we learn about Julia?
- She was a spy
- She was never married to Paul Child
- She was the adopted daughter of John and Julia Carolyn ("Caro")
2. What was Julia�s first TV series, that premiered on February 11,
- I Spy
- I Lead Three Lives
- The French Chef
3. In 1934, she graduate from college. What was the college?
- Smith College
- Salem College
4. In 1944 she was posted to Kandy, Ceylon (now Sri Lanka), where she
met her future husband, a high-ranking OSS cartographer.
5. In 1948, they moved to Paris after the US State Department
assigned Paul Child as an exhibits officer with the United States
Information Agency in Paris, France. What school did she attend?
- Le Cordon Bleu
- Cambridge University
- The School of the Three Gourmands
6. In 1961, Mastering the Art of French Cooking was a
best-seller. Who was NOT a co-author with Julia?
- Graham Kerr
- Simone Beck
- Louisette Bertholle
7. In 1966, she was featured on the cover of
with the heading, "Our Lady of the Ladle".
8. In a 1978 Saturday Night Live sketch, she was
affectionately parodied by Dan Aykroyd, continuing with a cooking show
despite profuse bleeding from a cut to the thumb. Who played her in the
- Jean Stapleton
- Meryl Streep
- Dan Aykroyd
9. Today, were can you find her kitchen?
- Smith College
- Smithsonian National Museum of American History,
- WGBH Studio in Boston MA
10. What was her signature line?
- "This is Julia Child. Bon appétit!".
- "This is Julia Child. Good Night and Good Luck."
- "This is Julia Child. See you next time."