I just finished reading Julia Child’s My Life in France. Talk about joie de vivre. Talk about chafing at the conventional bit. In her memoir, which she wrote with her grandnephew Alex Prud’Homme, Child tells how she first fell in love with France and French cooking. Written by the loud, six-foot-two-inch chef who went on to become the star of public television’s “The French Chef” and the author of Mastering the Art of French Cooking (which she wrote with Louisette Bertholle and Simone Beck) My Life in France reveals one woman’s passion for life.