In Honor of Julia Child's 100th Birthday… Hamburgers?
The spirit of Julia Child hung over a reunion of old friends last night as they celebrated what would have been her 100th birthday. The “Good Time” dinner, named after Child's adage “Above all, have a good time,” was hosted by Ris Lacoste at her
To mark the 100th anniversary of Julia Child's birthday, White House Executive Pastry Chef Bill Yosses was invited to share his favorite memory of the legendary chef who changed the way America cooks.
Those were, of course, the reassuring words of the master, Julia Child, contained in “Mastering the Art of French Cooking” — for my money the greatest self-help book ever written, and not just for its approach to preparing food. Julia, who would have
Shinan Govani | Aug 18, 2012 8:00 AM ET | Last Updated: Aug 16, 2012 6:18 PM ET More from Shinan Govani. Handout/Reuters files She may have been a late-bloomer, only perfecting her cooking skills in her forties, but oh, how Julia Child bloomed!
Ariane Daguin is a French culinary expert and the founder of D'Artagnan, a purveyor of specialty meats and delicacies. Here, she writes about her relationship with Julia Child, whom she met and befriended almost three decades ago. By Ariane Daguin