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The Story of Sara Moulton and Julia Child

The Story of Sara Moulton and Julia Child

Sara Moulton talks about serving as Julia Child's understudy during her years on The French Chef.

Julia Child was the person who more than anyone else brought French cooking to North American middle-class households as a TV personality and author. http://www.cooksinfo.com/julia-child

Julia Child was the person who more than anyone else brought French cooking to North American middle-class households as a TV personality and author. She is only familiar to North Americans, though; she remains mostly unknown in Britain and in Europe.

Julia Child+Jacques Pepin for Gourmet/ her last shoot by Angela Cappetta, via Behance

Julia Child+Jacques Pepin for Gourmet/ her last shoot by Angela Cappetta.

submitted by Sara Moulton  Sara always so dang cute! So nice to see your history with Julia through the years.

submitted by Sara Moulton Sara always so dang cute! So nice to see your history with Julia through the years.

Julia Child and Richard Olney in Provence, early 1970s

Julia Child and Richard Olney in Provence together in the early 1970

Julia and Paul Child on the terrace at La Pitchoune, thier vacation house in Provence, in the early 1970s

Julia and Paul Child on the terrace at La Pitchoune, thier vacation house in Provence, in the early

what a human being...a zest for life.

While Child cooked up delicious recipes, she was also know for turning out some dishy quotes such as: “The best way to execute French cooking is to get good and loaded and whack the hell out of a chicken.” Photo courtesy of Paul Child.

Julia Child's Beef Wellington  http://www.artisanbreadinfive.com/2009/09/29/julia-childs-beef-wellington-with-our-brioche-crust-filet-de-boeuf-en-croute

Julia Child’s Mastering the Art of French Cooking has a terrific French bread recipe, but it takes about three days to prepare– still, it was one of the first loaves I ever was really, …

Julia Child - My Mentor Chef. Growing up & following her. It was Julia Child is who made me love to cook. I wanted to become a chef because of her after my mom who was a brilliant chef herself in the kitchen. My mom taught me how to cook.. It was Julia who gave me the inspiration and the courage in the kitchen. She challenged food and recipes and then transformed them into spectacular dishes! It is why all of the great chefs today hold her in the highest regard... She inspired us all...

Six Lessons I Learned About Writing From Julia Child

Julia Child - She gained fame on "The French Chef" TV cooking show, she signed off each show with her signature line "Bon appétit!

Jacques Pepin and Julia

Starting in October, KQED will begin production on Jacques Pépin's final TV cooking series, Jacques Pépin Heart & Soul. Bay Area Bites will be sharing behind

Photo of Paul and Julia Child, day they were married Sept 1, 1946

Julia and Paul Child at their wedding reception, Sept. They's been in a car accident the day before. Paul said: "We were married in stitches, me on a cand and Julia full of glass.

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