While Julia Child's repertoire is quite expansive, there are a few of her recipes that have ageless popularity. Here are 11 of the cooking icon's most famous dishes, with a couple of different takes from modern-day food hubs.  ©George Rose/Getty Images 

Perhaps the most coveted duck dish in Julia Child's repertoire, while the preparation of the duck is important, it is the caramel-colored orange sauce that makes this dish stand out. (Click here for "Julia Child's Recipes" rendition of canard a l'orange.)  ©(Penny de Los Santos/Saveur.com) 

This hearty beef stew from the pages of "Mastering the Art of French Cooking" is, hands down, Child's most infamous dish  ©(Portland Press Herald/ Getty Images)

Child mastered this widely popular French dish, featuring flavorful chicken with mushrooms and onions in a red wine sauce. While requiring a lengthy amount of time to prepare, this recipe is made easy when all the ingredients are added to a slow cooker. ©(Mel Melcon/Los Angeles Times/ Getty Images) 

Child made plenty of delicious seafood dishes, but her steamed mussels platter in white wine is probably the most duplicated — not to mention a meal commonly seen in many restaurants.  ©(Miami Herald/Tribune News Service/Getty Images)

French Onion Soup While this side dish has become commonplace in American-style restaurants, Child's version requires some extra time and care-, with added flavor to make it well worth the extra work. ©(Elena Shashkina/Shutterstock) 

Salade Nicoise Another popular item on many restaurant menus, this tasty salad consisting of tuna, hard-boiled egg and anchovies is easy to recreate in the comfort of your own kitchen.  ©(Tannis Toohey/Toronto Star/ Getty Images) 

Piscialandrea Child popularized this variation of pizza, native to Southern France, which consists of olives, anchovies and onion filling. It can also be made at home in under an hour. ©(Bryan Chan/Los Angeles Times/ Getty Images) 

Brioche Child's recipes typically called for high amounts of butter, so it's no surprise that this well-known French pastry bread can be found in her recipe archive. ©(chaechaebyv/Shutterstock) 

Reine de Saba According to the New York Times, this decadent chocolate and almond cake was the first French dessert that Child ever made.©(Mele Cotte/Babble.com) 

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