by PBS 18,912 views
Julia Child was an American icon, a pioneer in cooking shows, and a beloved PBS personality. She would have turned 100 on August 15, 2012. Join PBS Food in celebrating the life of this great woman in our #CookforJulia celebration by making one of her classic dishes this summer.
by PBS Digital Studios 1,718,714 views
MP3 version now available! http://to.pbs.org/pbsremixed
In celebration of her 100th birthday, Julia Child Remixed by John D. Boswell (melodysheep) for PBS Digital Studios.
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Special thanks to the Julia Child Foundation (http://www.juliachildfoundation.org/) for their support. The French Chef episodes used courtesy of WBGH/Boston. For more, go to http://www.wgbh.org/JC100
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by KathysFlopsweat 633,135 views
Julia Child shows what a great improvisor she was ~ who would have guessed she could wield a blow torch like that? :) I _think_ this is from 1987 - my apologies for the choppy editing; i taped this near the end of a tape and wanted to make sure it didn't run out before the segment was over :)
by TVLEGENDS 33,679 views
Julia Child (1912-2004) was interviewed for three hours in Cambridge, MA for the Archive of American Television. Child discussed her first television show "The French Chef" created in 1962 for Boston's PBS station WGBH which was on the air until 1973. In b-roll, Ms. Child also presented some of her favorite cooking utensils and appliances. The interview was conducted by Michael Rosen on June 25, 1999.
Full interview at: http://www.emmytvlegends.org/interviews/people/julia-child
by ALaCarteTV 270,333 views
Join two of the world's best known and most loved culinary stars, Julia Child and Jacques Pépin, cooking together in Julia's home kitchen for this popular Emmy Award-winning public television series. America's favorite cooking duo takes you to the heart of good home cooking and shows you that while there are traditional ways of preparing a dish, nothing is written in stone. These two legendary cooks play off one another like The Odd Couple, joking, even bickering good-naturedly, over kitchen techniques, demonstrating that cooking is deeply personal and that there's often more than one way to get great results. Their deep friendship and the high professional regard in which Julia and Jacques hold each other make the show a pleasure to watch. NOTE: AS A 10TH ANNIVERSARY OF THIS EMMY AWARD WINNING TV SERIES, JULIA & JACQUES COOKING AT HOME IS NOW AIRING ON PUBLIC TELEVISION STATIONS NATIOWIDE - PLEASE CHECK YOUR LOCAL LISTINGS OR THE STATION GUIDE: http://alacartetv.com/html/station/station.htm
by Knopfdoubleday 14,112 views
At last on DVD—Julias invaluable series of cooking lessons designed to bring her right into your own kitchen to teach you the fundamentals of good cooking
Here is the six-part series (complete with recipe booklet), originally produced in 1985,
in which Julia teaches you all the fundamentals of good cooking and offers a wealth of her favorite recipes.