A focal point of Child's kitchen is the Garland Gas Range stove that she used to whip up hundreds of her recipes. A collection of skillets, sauté pans, sieves, and white ceramic jars holding spatulas, ladles, and other cooking utensils conveniently hangs above it.
"When [Child] lived here in Washington in the late 1950s, she bought that range and dragged it around with her and loved it," said Green. "In fact, folks in her kitchen were cooking with it the night before she left the house. Julia loved her big, old Garland."