‘Julia’ review: This look at legendary chef Julia Child delivers food porn of the highest order

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The Seattle Times

Heed my words, readers: Do NOT watch “Julia,” the tasty documentary about the life of legendary American chef Julia Child, while hungry. You’ll be so distracted by the ruby-red poached pears in a frangipane tart; the perfect golden glimmer of a roast chicken; bright green asparagus blooming with yellow hollandaise sauce, a bubbling beef bourguignon lightly dusted with green parsley … wait, where was I? You get the idea. This is food porn of the highest order, and you suspect Julia might have thoroughly approved. If you’ve seen Nora Ephron’s “Julie & Julia,” or been around long enough to reme…

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