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& # 39; Julie & Julia & # 39; returns to Netflix in November 2018 to satisfy both the appetites of film and food lovers

A special treatment for those who love their binge activities to be of both flowing and culinary varieties: Julie &…

A special treatment for those who love their binge activities to be of both flowing and culinary varieties: Julie & Julia returns to Netflix in November 2018 – just in time for the holidays. After all, what better way is there to create a appetite for vacation breaks like turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce and mashed potato than seeing delicious creations from one of the most beloved American chefs (played by one of the most beloved American actresses)? Oh, and add a healthy dose of little comfort when you see that you’re not the only one who struggles to recreate a Pinterest-worthy cookbook scene, the résistance, to round the recipe for perfect Thanksgiving-themed entertainment.

In the 2009 drama written and directed by the late Nora Ephron (available for Netflix streaming from November 1

) Meryl Streep curls in her inherent Meryl magic to transform into Julia Child, AKA the first American woman to study in Paris famous Cordon Bleu culinary school. Together with the stories of children‘s studies and advances to fame, the parallel story of today’s twenty-one New Yorker Julie Powell (Amy Adams), who decisively decides to address all 524 recipes in Child’s 1961 cookbook Mastering Art of French Cooking – all in 365 days.

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It was of course not surprising that her depiction of Childs earned Streep her 16th Academy Award nomination. (She lost to Sandra Bullock who took home the statue that year for her role in The Blind Side .) Always one to roll up the sleeves, the iconic actor even went to the great method of playing Child. “There was a whole kitchen at the studio and I practiced my cooking there,” Streep told an interview in 2009 with The Telegraph .

She learned a thinking or two through her extracurricular activities. It was obviously all in one day’s work to play the woman who listed to eat as one of her best skills. “I could justify it because it was part of my job,” added Streep. “I have cooked grilled chicken for 30 years, but I was wrong and Julia Child has a recipe that is completely idiotic. It’s the difference between doing it pretty well and doing well.” And if there’s anyone who knows something or two about the greatness … (Funny fact: Straight idea of ​​the sky is a perfectly grilled chicken with a salad and a glass of Sancerre.)


Streeps costar Adam previously told MTV News, she “does not really scared of the kitchen “, she also had some takeaways from playing the role, namely to perfect her chopped salad. However, Ephron gave her a task to prepare and blog about a recipe from Mastering the Art of French Cooking . As Adams told MTV:

“The dish was” Spirals with cheese “and I can not even say it in French without letting it stupid. But they were beautiful, they were beautiful. I wrote about it, much to my chagrin. has so much respect for the author. It is my great envy. If I was jealous of anything, apart from height, it writes. In order to really sit down and express myself with self-esteem I can not do it. opinion. “


Julie & Julie will clearly have food and movie lovers who say” Bon Appétit “in November.

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