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Paris Club stel die Franse sjefreeks bekend

Paris Club stel die Franse sjefreeks bekend

Hierdie November bied Paris Club in Chicago 'n Franse sjefreeks aan met Armand Arnal

Paris ClubDie nuwe uitvoerende sjef Alex Ageneau bied verskeie Franse sjefs aan, begin met die sjef Armand Arnal van La Chassagnette met 'n Michelin-ster op Saterdag 3 November in die Paris Club se Salon Privé in Chicago.

Arnal, wat sewe jaar by Alain Ducasse in New York gewerk het, bedien 'n Mediterreense viergang-maaltyd saam met wynbyeenkomste. Arnal is die eerste van verskeie Franse sjefs wat met Ageneau sal saamwerk oor spesiale etes in die Franse restaurant.

'Ek het baie respek vir Armand en ek sien uit daarna om met hom saam te werk,' het Ageneau gesê. "Hy bring 'n magdom ervaring en talent, en ons gaste gaan sy unieke styl waardeer."

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Tayler Stein is 'n junior skrywer by The Daily Meal. Volg haar op Twitter @TaylerSteinTDM.


Die 26-jarige sjef wat 'n nuwe golf Franse kombuis lei

Alexia Duchêne se pittige, wêreldse, afgesonderde kookkuns gee die Paryse etenstoneel 'n skerp skeppende voorsprong.

Met vergunning van Alexia Duchêne

Vroeg verlede jaar in Parys, net voordat die inperking 'n werklikheid geword het, het Alexia Duchêne goeie resensies gekry van die mees ywerige kritici van die stad vir haar lewendige, persoonlike en kontemporêre voorkoms van Franse kookkuns in Datsha Underground, 'n nuwe restaurant in die Marais. Proe -geregte soos kammossel -carpaccio met rou room, geroosterde bokwiet met grasuie -as en tarbot met gekarameliseerde uie en kerrie -jus gemaak van die vis se eie gebraaide bene, Le FigaroEmmanuel Rubin het Duchêne geprys omdat hy 'heerlike slae geswaai' het, terwyl Ezéchiel Zérah van L'Express prys haar as 'n 'super-talentvolle sjef wat weet hoe om eenvoud te sublimeer'.

Toe verander 2020 in die laagste jaar vir die Franse kombuis sedert 1945. Al die restaurante in die land moes van 17 Maart tot 11 Mei en weer van 29 Oktober tot hede sluit. Ooit die vernuwer, het die jong sjef vinnig weer gedink hoe sy tuis haar kookkuns kan herskep deur saam te werk met We Are Ona, 'n 'kortstondige koservaring' wat driegang-selfgemaakte maaltye bied.

Uit my woonstel in Parys was die kans om nie net die opkomende Galliese kookster te ontmoet nie, maar ook saam met haar te kook. (My langverwagte bespreking by Datsha het twee dae geval daarna die eerste inperking.) Saam met die resepte wat per e -pos aangekom het - gegrilde preie met gekapte oester- en karringmelk -vinaigrette -pasta met poutargue, pepperoncini en kappertjies en Fontainebleau -kaas met kiwi's, suring en olyfolie - het video -instruksies van Duchêne self gekom. Terwyl sy voorberei om preie te braai, sê sy vir die kamera: 'U weet die pan is warm genoeg as u 'n bietjie water daarin drup en dit dans. Dit is natuurlik vinniger om net 'n bietjie in die pan te gooi. " Sy lig haar wenkbroue teatraal, grynslag en begin die oester in blokkies sny. Ek het geweet dit sal pret wees.

Terwyl sy voorberei om preie te braai, sê sy vir die kamera: 'U weet die pan is warm genoeg as u 'n bietjie water daarin drup en dit dans. Dit is natuurlik vinniger om net 'n bietjie in die pan te gooi. " Sy lig haar wenkbroue teatraal, grynslag en begin die oester in blokkies sny. Ek het geweet dit sal pret wees.

Net soos haar oneerbiedige benadering, is die kos heerlik onverwags. Eerstens kontrasteer die melktone van suur karringmelk en saggies melkagtige oester met die slag van vars dragon in die sous. Toe die nagereg rondrol, geniet ek die rock-'n-roll funkie van tertkiwi en suursuur gegeur met vrugtige groen olyfolie teen 'n agtergrond van vars versoete kaas. Wat my die meeste interesseer, was dat Duchêne se kookkuns die plaaslike genres deurmekaar krap, haar kos is nonchalant kosmopolities en spontaan, maar ook stewig veranker in haar diep geboorde tegniese vaardigheid. Die visie berus op die oortuiging dat bestanddele met mekaar in wisselwerking moet tree, maar nooit hul individuele smaak en tekstuur moet verloor nie.

Ontwikkel uit die bistronomie-beweging wat die Franse kookkuns in die negentigerjare verander het deur swaar souse in Escoffier-styl te verruil vir pasgemaakte jus, korter kooktyd vir vleis en groente te bevoordeel en baie vars kruie en sitrus in te sluit-Duchêne is 'n leier in die reeks "Post-bistronomique" duisendjarige sjefs wat die verouderde aanname dat Galliese grub die beste ter wêreld is, verwerp. Gesonde eetgewoontes en respek vir die omgewing is ander kernbeginsels van die groep se kulinêre filosofie. 'Elke kombuis kalibreer die kontraste tussen suur, sout, soet, rook, hitte en umami anders,' vertel sy my toe ons 'n week na my digitale ete ontmoet. 'Ek speel op my manier eerder as om hulle in 'n enkele geur te meng, wat baie Frans is.'

Dit is logies dat Duchêne van die tradisie sou breek. Sy is gebore in 1995, drie jaar na die opening van Yves Camdeborde se baanbrekende bistronomierestaurant La Regalade, en is deel van die eerste generasie sjefs wat volwasse geword het na die bloeitydperk van die beweging. "My gesin was altyd oop vir die wêreld", sê Duchêne, wie se Engelse ma in Griekeland en Egipte grootgeword het. "By die huis sou ons Franse dinge eet soos gebakte hoender, maar my ma het ook Egiptiese geregte soos molokhia gemaak."

Sedert sy 14 jaar oud was, het sy in die kombuise gestudeer, sowel as hotel- en restaurantbestuur aan die gesogte École Ferrandi in Parys. Van daar af het sy 'n reeks hoëprofielleerlingskappe begin: Taillevent in Parys, Frenchie Covent Garden in Londen en Studio in Kopenhagen. Duchêne het later pop-ups in Parys gehelp en vir Giovanni Passerini in sy gelyknamige restaurant naby die Bastille vir Giovanni Passerini gesorg-en die opwindende CV bevat nie eens haar elektriese loopbaan by Datsha Underground nie (waar sy verlede Mei bedank het nadat die eienaars wou aanbied) 'n minder ambisieuse spyskaart).


Ons 10 gunsteling boeke oor Parys

Goed, so 'n roman wat in Parys afspeel, is nie 'n stokbrood en 'n bottel wyn deur die Seine met 'n pragtige Fransman nie. Maar om hierdie somer een (of almal) van hierdie 10 boeke op die strand te lees, is die volgende beste vir 'n wegbreek in Parys.

'N Bewys dat Sedaris nie die taal van die taal van die land waarin u woon nie, 'n ryk komiese voer is, ontgin sy vroeë dae in Parys vir verhale oor wankommunikasie, kulturele verskille en ellende oor alles wat hulle werd is.

'N Geheimsinnige diplomaat in die Midde -Ooste bel 'n uitgewese Franse dokter huis toe na Parys om 'n geheimsinnige pasiënt te raadpleeg, net soos sy 'n verrassende erfenis en 'n mdashan -woonstel ontvang met 'n raaisel daarbinne. 'N Bundel liefdesbriewe lei haar op 'n pad na 'n familiegeheim, terwyl haar eie liefdesverhaal blom ondanks die onheilspellende agtergrond. Absorberend, slim en pragtig geskryf, dit is 'n liefdesverhaal in Parys met 'n gegradueerde graad.

Gedeeltelike herinneringe, resepteboek, Parys se voormalige expat -gebaksjef eet sy pad deur sy nuwe lewe in Parys totdat hy ontdek dat hy uiteindelik inheems is. As u ooit die asblik in u sweet verwyder het, sal u anders daaroor dink nadat u dit gelees het (vertrou ons). O, en geniet 'n paar goeie sjokolade in die omgewing terwyl u die heerlike resepte deurblaai, en u sal dit nodig kry.

'N Ambisieuse jong Amerikaanse kunsstudent beland in Parys om 'n beroemde fotograaf by te staan, en val voorop in 'n glansryke internasionale skare van welgestelde, beroemde, artistieke vreemdelinge. Klink dit na 'n bekende gebied? Die oortuigende manier waarop hierdie helder jong heldin haar bevind en haar eie waarheid ontdek, laat hierdie mondigwording-verhaal vars voel.

Die boek wat duisend bekendgestel het boeuf bourguignons is Julia Child se herinnering aan haar lewe voordat sy 'n kulinêre ikoon geword het. Die groot plesier wat sy geniet om te kook, te eet, te reis en lief te hê, is positief aansteeklik, en die verhale oor haar vroeë kulinêre avonture begin een van die mees inspirerende verhale oor Amerikaanse volharding en vindingrykheid in die geskiedenis.

'N Absolute sensasie toe dit die eerste keer in Frankryk gepubliseer is, die ryk, helder karakterisering van die roman se twee heldinne en mdasha briljante, geheimsinnige portier van middeljarige ouderdom in 'n luukse woonstelgebou en 'n voorbarige, selfmoord 12-jarige inwoner en mdashis onweerstaanbaar. Uiteindelik bring 'n dramatiese gebeurtenis hulle bymekaar, en u bly vasgenael omdat hul lewens verander word deur 'n nuwe aankoms in hul huis.

Hierdie absoluut boeiende versameling begin terwyl die Nazi's in die somer van 1940 na Parys marsjeer. Oorspronklik bedoel as 'n reeks van vyf romans wat die lewe in Frankryk uit die oorlog uitbeeld, is N & eacutemirovsky in 1942 as 'n Jood gearresteer en in Auschwitz gesterf nadat hy net die eerste twee voltooi het. Hulle en die intrige van die derde roman is 'n artefak van wat kon gewees het en 'n bewys van 'n talentvolle gees.

Soos Downton Abbey maar Frans, hierdie konfyt van 'n roman is lig soos 'n macaron en net so soet en nostalgies. Twee susters gaan op 'n missie in die Franse Riviera: vind 'n welgestelde man om die ou, luukse somerlandgoed van die gesin te beveilig voordat hul ouers dit kan verkoop. Aanhangers van Austen ken die komedie van maniere, maar met 'n duidelike Franse draai.

'N Herinnering van een van die groot literêre goue eeue, Hemingway se kroniek van Parys in die 1920's verenig die verhale van die grootste skrywers van die 20ste eeu in die kroeë, kafees en restaurante van Parys. Saamgestel uit briewe, aantekeninge en manuskripte na sy dood, bring dit die grootste partytjie wat jy nog nooit bygewoon het nie, tot lewe: Dit is die besoekers van Parys aan Les Deux Magots, Caf & eacute de Flore en Brasserie Lipp wat probeer aanraak.

'N Kontrapunt tot 'N Roerende fees, stel hierdie fiksionele verhaal die eerste vrou van Hemingway, Hadley, stewig in die middel van die verhaal en verbeeld hy 'n verhaal van liefde en passie, genie en jaloesie in Jazz Age Paris. Terwyl Hadley sukkel om haar selfvertroue te behou terwyl sy haar man se genialiteit ondersteun, oortref haar verhaal van liefde, verlies en lojaliteit tyd en plek.

Geskryf deur die Die New Yorker personeelskrywer, hierdie versameling opstelle trek die gordyn terug oor hoe dit is om 'n Amerikaner in Parys te wees, van dieetverskille tot leer om soos 'n Franse te oefen. Dit verwoes nie u fantasieë om na Frankryk te verhuis nie, maar dit sal u 'n bietjie meer waardeer vir die huis.


Die Franse sjef Marie-Aude Rose sluit vandag by haar gunsteling soet en hartige crêpe-resepte aan. Sy wys ons hoe om klassieke crêpes met sjokoladesous en bokwiet -crêpes met Camembert, appels en spek te maak.

Crêpes met sjokoladesous

Hierdie resep is heerlik, lig, maklik en vinnig om te maak. Kinders is mal daaroor en kan aan die proses deelneem. Hulle kan ook in aandete verander word (as u kaas en ham of 'n eier met spinasie byvoeg), en dit is ook goed vir ontbyt. Die beslag word 2-3 dae in die yskas gebêre. Dit is gewoonlik die eerste gereg wat elke Franse ouer saam met hul kinders maak en dit geniet om met hulle te deel.

Bokwiet Crêpes met Camembert, Appels en Spek

Hierdie resep herinner my altyd aan die Franse streek Bretagne, wat een van die mooiste plekke op aarde is en waar dit gemaak is, want bokwiet word gereeld in die streek verbou. Omdat ek 'n ma is wat wil hê dat haar kinders lekker moet eet en nie altyd genoeg tyd het om gedurende die week te kook nie, vind ek dit 'n maklike tuisgemaakte maaltyd.

As jy van die Franse resepte hou, moet jy ook die volgende probeer:


Kontemporêre Franse boeke om by u leeslys te voeg

Boeke is 'n wonderlike manier vir Francophiles regoor die wêreld om met Frankryk verbind te bly. Miskien soek sommige moontlik 'n venster na die hedendaagse Franse samelewing eerder as die sienings van die 19de eeu wat deur Victor Hugo, Alexandre Dumas en Emile Zola aangebied word. Van kontemporêre literêre grotes tot krities bekroonde nuwelinge, hier is 'n seleksie van onlangs vrygestelde boeke deur Franse skrywers, almal vertaal in Engels.

“Adele” deur Leïla Slimani

Na die groot internasionale sukses van haar "The Perfect Nanny", wenner van die Goncourt -prys in 2016, is Leïla Slimani terug met haar derde roman. In 'Adele' ontrafel die Frans-Marokkaanse skrywer die koue verhaal van 'n joernalis in Parys wie se lewe deur obsessie ingehaal word.

Patrick Tomasso / Francesca Mantovani

"Serotonien" deur Michel Houellebecq

Die jongste roman van Michel Houellebecq, 'n huishoudelike naam in Frankryk, ondersoek die 21ste eeuse samelewing, dwelmverslawing en globalisering. Die verhaal speel af tussen Parys en Normandië, waar 'n ontnugterde staatsamptenaar probeer om weer te begin, net om te sien dat die platteland van Frankryk besig is om te ontbind as gevolg van groot sake- en Europese landboubeleid.

Philippe Matsas

“The Cheffe: A Cook ’s Novel” deur Marie NDiaye

Bekend om haar sterk vroulike protagoniste, in haar nuutste roman, neem die Goncourt Prize laureaat en die Booker Prize genomineerde Marie NDiaye lesers in die wêreld van gastronomie deur die oë van 'n vroulike sjef, wat sukkel om naam te maak in 'n bedryf wat sterk gedomineer word deur mans.

Cankarjev Dom

'Family Record' deur Patrick Modiano

Patrick Modiano, wenner van die Nobelprys vir letterkunde in 2014, bied 'n fassinerende refleksie oor die manier waarop familiegeskiedenis identiteit beïnvloed, soos vertel deur 'n reeks vignette wat plaasvind in die Nazi-besette Parys en die gevolge daarvan.

“Lojaliteit” deur Delphine de Vigan

Na die sukses van haar internasionale topverkoper, "Based On a True Story", weef die bekroonde romanskrywer se jongste uitgawe 'n opwindende verhaal met vier verhale oor geheime, obsessies en lojaliteit.

Groete Media

"Lie With Me: A Novel" deur Philippe Besson

Die krities bekroonde romanskrywer Philippe Besson keer terug na sy wortels in die platteland van Frankryk in hierdie roman oor 'n liefdesverhouding tussen twee 17-jarige seuns in die 80's. Aangesien baie mense dit as semi-outobiografies beskou, is die aangrypende verhaal in die Engelse vertaal deur die aktrise Molly Ringwald, wat haar deel van die moeilike jeugdiges gespeel het in rolprente uit die tagtigerjare soos "Sixteen Candles" en "The Breakfast Club."

Jamie Rolston / Emma Schneider

Hierdie pos kan geaffilieerde skakels bevat. As u deurkliek en 'n aankoop doen, kan ons 'n kommissie ontvang (sonder ekstra koste). Dankie dat u die blog op hierdie manier ondersteun, en kontak ons ​​gerus as u enige vrae het.

Verwante skakels

Geskryf deur Lily Heise vir HiP Paris. Wil u reis? Besoek Haven In vir 'n wonderlike vakansiehuur in Parys, Frankryk of Italië. Wil u langtermyn huur of in Frankryk of Italië koop? Vra ons! Ons kan u verbind met ons betroubare verskaffers vir ongelooflike diens en tariewe.

HiP Paris is 'n filiaal van Amazon en verdien 'n kommissie as u deurkliek en 'n aankoop doen.


Resepteversameling

Barnyard Hen Deviled Eggs
Hier is 'n paar nuwe maniere waarop u die eierdoppe kan verwyder en 'n paasfees of 'n voorgereg vir 'n lentepartytjie kan geniet.

Disneyland Resort Paris se garnale met gemengde groente in sitrusversiering
Uitvoerende sjef Christophe Coutanson van Disneyland Resort Paris deel sy resep vir hierdie heerlike voorgereg --- die perfekte begin van 'n aand van kulinêre avontuur.

ESPN -ontleder Steve Young's Bean Dip
Hierdie pittige mielie-, boontjie- en avokado -dip is 'n Super Bowl -partytjie -gunsteling van die ESPN NFL -ontleder en die legendariese NFL -quarterback, Steve Young.

ESPN Zone se spinasie- en artisjokdip
Die spinasie- en artisjokdip van ESPN Zone is 'n goeie voorgereg vir 'n somer -kookkuns of om na 'n groot wedstryd te kyk.

Hushpuppies vanaf New Orleans Square
Hulle is so heerlik dat u hierdie knapperige happies in heerlike stilte sal geniet.

Binne -uit Vrugte Spies
Druk jouself uit met hierdie "emosionele" vrugtespiesies!

Jiko's Crispy Savanna Rolls
Die perfekte voorspel tot die aand van kulinêre hoogtepunte.

Jiko's Millet Flatbread met Kalamata -olywe
Gaan op 'n kulinêre avontuur met hierdie heerlike bederf wat onverwags en vertroostend is.

Sampioen Arancini
Met 'n oop kombuis en 'n lugtige eetkamer, bied Cítricos van Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & amp Spa 'n voorsmakie van die Middellandse See, soos hierdie knapperige, diepgebraaide rysballetjies. Kry hierdie resep direk op die bladsye van Delicious Disney.

Pozole van Disney California Adventure Park
Hierdie heerlike gereg kan gevind word by die Paradise Garden Grill vir die Viva Navidad -viering in Disney California Adventure Park.

Handelaar Sam se Panko-Crusted Chinese Langbone met Sriracha Mayonnaise
D23 het 'n warm voorgereg van Trader Sam's Enchanted Tiki Bar, in die Disneyland Hotel, om saam met die koeldrank van die restaurant te kuier.

Boma se papaja-, avokado- en pomelo -slaai
Van Boma - Flavours of Africa, die eksotiese restaurant wat in die lewendige landskap van Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge geleë is, maak u smaakpapille wakker met hierdie vars vrugtegereg wat bars met 'n bietjie munt om u lente en u eetlus op te wek.

Dapper Geïnspireerde Scotch Egg
Hierdie dekadente Scotch Egg -resep is geskep deur sjef John Ricks van die Luxo Café in Pixar Animation Studios.

California Grill se Sonoma -bokkaas -ravioli
Niks sê "mmmm. Trooskos!" soos 'n pastagereg, en die Sonoma -bokkaas -ravioli word waarskynlik een van u eetkamermiddels!

Chicken Gumbo van New Orleans Square
Geniet hierdie ryk, smaaklike bredie met hoender, andouillewors en tassoham bedien met Louisiana -rys.

Cullen Skink Sop
Hierdie heerlike sopresep is gemaak deur sjef John Ricks van die Luxo Café in Pixar Animation Studios.

Gedekonstrueerde BLT
Geniet hierdie resep van die Epcot International Festival of the Arts.

Epcot se aartappelprei sop met Ierse Cheddar Cheese Crisps
Hierdie Ierse klassieke van Epcot's Food & amp Wine Festival is 'n romerige en ryk voorgereg vir elke geleentheid.

Epcot se waatlemoenslaai
Hierdie blaargroen slaai kom van Walt Disney World Resort se Epcot International Flower & amp Garden Festival.

Flame Tree BBQ -sous
Maak u braaivleisete heerlik met die BBQ -sous van Flame Tree Barbecue in Disney's Animal Kingdom Park.

Gemmer geglasuurde wortels
Die kombinasie van gemmerbier en vars gemmer gee hierdie sagte wortels 'n stewige dosis geur. Baie dankie aan ons vriende by ABC's Die kou vir hierdie lekker resep.

Die Hulk's Marvel-ous Aartappelpuree
Alhoewel hulle so groen en gemeen is soos The Hulk self, het jy glad nie hulp nodig om hierdie maklike aartappelpuree in 'n romerige, stomende bak vol heerlike aandete te meng nie.

Jiko's Macaroni & amp kaas
U kry nooit genoeg van hierdie vierkaas-versnit Macaroni en kaas nie!

King Stefan's Banquet Hall's Beef and Barley Soup en Fried Brie Cheese
Geniet hierdie heerlike spesialiteite in die Middeleeuse tema-die perfekte feeste vir vorste en prinsesse.

Aartappelpuree
Van ons vriende by Die kou, geniet hierdie aartappelpannetjie waarvoor jy kan sterf!

Mevrou Potts se Strawberry Lemonade -tee
Hierdie tee is amper so soet soos mevrou Potts self! Geniet hierdie heerlike drankie, geïnspireer deur ons gunsteling teepot van Skoonlief en die Ondier.

Peking Duck Soup Noodles met Kona Kampachi Chashu
Yuhi Fujinaga, uitvoerende sjef van Disney Springs se Morimoto Asia, deel sy persoonlike resep.

Praktiese Café se kaasagtige Enchilada -sopresep
Hierdie heerlike sopresep kom van Fiddler, Fifer & amp; Practical Café by Disney California Adventure.

Raglanweg se Duncannon Seafood Chowder
Bring die geluk van die Iere hierdie St Patrick's Day in u huis in deur 'n Duncannon Seafood Chowder van Raglan Road voor te berei.

Slangstoofpot
Kyk hierna ssssheerlike bredie van Die groot boek van Disney Eats.

Verdeel ertjiesop
Ons vriende by FABLife het ons die resep vir gesplete ertjiesop (met worsbroodjie -croutons!) gegee. Yum en YUM!

Walt's Own Chili
Ons het hierdie smaaklike resep in Walt se persoonlike lêers in die Walt Disney -argief ontdek (hy het die resep laas hersien op 25 Maart 1958). Let op sy aanbevelings oor hoe om lus te maak by een van sy gunsteling etes!

Wees ons gaste -restaurant se salm met prei -fondue
Hierdie salm met prei Fondue -resep kom van die betowerende Be Our Guest Restaurant in Magic Kingdom by Walt Disney World.

Blue Bayou Monte Cristo Sandwich
Hier is die Disneyland -resep van vandag, sodat u ook die 'smaaklike suidelike spesialiteit wat 'n alledaagse toebroodjie in 'n geleentheid maak' kan probeer.

Bob’s Ongelooflik Wafels resep
As Bob Parr daarvan aangekla word dat hy die kinders dopgehou het, maak hy staat op syne ongelooflik wafelresep wat hy weet beslis 'n treffer is. Maak dit vir u kleintjies om hul oggend goed te begin.

Brioche Encrusted Ham
Maak u maaltye ekstra spesiaal met hierdie heerlike resep van ABC's Die kou. Soortgelyk aan beef wellington, is hierdie gebakte ham 'n uitstekende vakansie-alternatief vir kalkoen!

California's Nori toegedraaide Ahi -tuna met roerbraai -groentestrudel
Die kenmerkende gereg by die California Grill, die Nori Wrapped Ahi Tuna met Roerbraai Groentestrudel, Baby Bok Choy, Lotuswortel en Misosous, is bekend vir 'n oorvloedige ruiker met pragtige geure.

Hoender Crêpes Lilly
Ter herinnering aan die Keiserin Lilly, bied ons die gewildste middagete op die spyskaart, die Chicken Crêpes Lilly, aan.

Klassieke Aartappel Latkes
Probeer hierdie klassieke latkes om herinneringe terug te bring.

Club 33 se heel gebraaide filet van Chateaubriand, swart en wit truffel
Marcel St. Pierre, sjef by Club 33, gee 'n resep aan D23, sodat u die uitstekende geure van Disneyland's Club 33 by u huis kan bring.

Hoenderpottert met Cheddar-Chive Biscuits van Die kou
Hierdie kombinasie van cheddar en grasuie is net so pittig en heerlik, en as jy dit bo -op die potjie gooi en dit bak, verander die bodem in 'n kussingagtige kluitjie, terwyl die bokant goudbruin en knapperig word.

Disneyland se Big Thunder Ribs
Hierdie soet smaak ribbes is 'n gunsteling gereg vir 'n piekniek by die Big Thunder Ranch Barbecue in Disneyland.

Disneyland Resort Paris se garnale met gemengde groente in sitrusversiering
Die uitvoerende sjef van Disneyland Resort Paris deel sy resep vir hierdie smaaklike voorgereg, die perfekte begin van 'n aand van kookkuns.

Epcot Coral Reef se gegrilde Mahi-Mahi met rotsgarnale en klapper-limoen-sous
Die gewilde seekos -klassieke, van sjef Artur Bukalo van Epcot's Coral Reef Restaurant, is toegerus met plaaslike aksent. Berei voor om verras te word!

Die goeie dinosourus Egg Scramble Skillet
Die perfekte ontbyt, hierdie groot pannetjie -roer, sal die hele skare voed.

Griekse lam Wellington
Ons vriende by ABC's Die kou bied hierdie Griekse draai aan 'n klassieke ete.

Die knapperige filet van enigste en jong groente in Hong Kong Disneyland Resort in swart boontjiesous
Hierdie wonderlike voorbereiding van sjef Leung Shu Wah, sjef van die kombuis by die Crystal Lotus in die Disneyland -oord in Hong Kong, sal van elke ete 'n fees maak.

Lawry's Prime Rib (Tam O'Shanter Resep)
'N Tydlose klassieke wat sy posisie verdien as die mees koninklike vleisgeregte.

Kreeftachos uit Lamplight Lounge
Geniet hierdie resep vir die legendariese Lobster Nachos in die Lamplight Lounge in Disney California Adventure Park.

Melasse geglasuurde ham met mieliemeelpannetjies en heuningbotter
Hierdie heerlike ham, met vergunning van ons vriende by Die kou, is die perfekte gereg vir enige viering!

Oesters Rockefeller
Hierdie heerlike oesters word op die halwe dop bedien, bedek met botter, Parmesaan en broodkrummels en gebak tot goudbruin.

Gebraaide salmresep van Disneyland se Blue Bayou
Krieke tjirp, paddas kraak, en dit is altyd skemer by die Blue Bayou -restaurant, 'n gunsteling in Disneyland Park. Die Cajun- en Kreools-geïnspireerde kookkuns is op die spyskaart, en luukse beurre blanc-sous voeg New Orleans-flair by hierdie gereg. Die sous werk goed met alle soorte vis.

Raglanweg se Duncannon Seafood Chowder
Bring die geluk van die Iere hierdie St Patrick's Day in u huis in deur 'n Duncannon Seafood Chowder van Raglan Road voor te berei.

Ralph Brennan se Jazz Kitchen Shrimp and Grits
Die Jazz Kitchen spog met 'n feestelike, 'Big Easy' tema-tema, en nou bring jy die smaak van New Orleans huis toe met hierdie braaisous, andouille-parmesan-korrels.

Redd Rockett's Pizza Port Count Down Chicken Fusilli
Hierdie heerlike voorgereg kom van Redd Rockett's Pizza Port in Tomorrowland in Disneyland Park.

Gebraaide see van Cortez -kammossel met suurlemoensous, kreef en vanielje
Die uitvoerende sjef Andrew Sutton berei hartige sint -jakobsschelpe by die Napa Rose Restaurant. Turkye -taart met kaaskoek -bolaag van Aspoestertjie se Royal Table.

Steakhouse 55's Eggs Benedict
Steakhouse 55, bekend vir hul uitstekende aandete-spyskaart, laat D23 'n bes bewaarde geheim in die gesig staar: die ontbyt Eggs Benedict.

Betroubare Turkye Burgers
Daar is geen raaisel om hier op te los nie! Partytjiegaste van alle ouderdomme ruik hierdie heerlike kalkoenburgers van myle af.

Kalkoenpastei met kaasbeskuitjie -bolaag van Aspoestertjie se koninklike tafel
Geniet 'n voorsmakie van Cinderella's Royal Table tuis met hierdie resep vir Turkey Pot Pie-glutenvry en 'n perfekte troosgereg om die laaste weke van die winter op te warm.

Veggie Tater -oondbak
Geen reis na Radiator Springs by Disney California Adventure is voltooi sonder om te stop by Flo's V-8 Café en 'n voorsmakie van hul heerlike draai op die klassieke herderspastei nie.

Alice Davis se Grapefruit Blueberry Delight
In die herfs uitgawe van Disney drie en twintig, Alice Davis vertel dat sy en haar man, Marc, jare lank gereeld hierdie verfrissende mengsel geniet het.

'AMA'AMA Pineapple-Coconut Cobbler
Geniet 'n paar van die soet geure van die Suidsee met hierdie heerlike resep vir Pineapple-Coconut Cobbler uit Aulani se 'AMA'AMA-restaurant.

Apple Crisp van Disney's Grand Californian Hotel & amp Spa
Hierdie heerlike gereg kom uit die restaurant Napa Rose.

Appeltaart van Whispering Canyon Cafe
U sing die vreugdes van hierdie appeltaart uit Whispering Canyon Café in Disney's Wilderness Lodge.

Bantha melk warm kakao
Hierdie soet drankie, gemaak met witsjokoladeskyfies en getinte met voedselkleursel, is geïnspireer deur die geheimsinnige blou drank wat tante Beru vir Luke Skywalker gemaak het.

Skoonlief en die Ondier Kringelstawe
Geïnspireer deur die kleure van Belle se pragtige geel balrok en Beast se bruin pels, geniet hierdie sout-ontmoet-soet happie.

Blue Bayou se Fantasia -kaaskoek
'N Kenmerkende nagereg by die Blue Bayou -restaurant - en nou in u eie huis!

Gesmoorde ananas Panna Cotta met aarbei -kompote
Die perfekte soet nagereg om gaste huis toe te stuur met 'n glimlag op hul gesigte.

Karringmelk sjokolade koek
Geniet hierdie heerlike, warm karringmelksjokoladekoek met whisky-gesoute karamelsous en gekruide pekanneute.

California Grill's Chocolate Lava Cake
Vir die van julle met 'n soet tand --- of 'n mond vol! --- Jens het hierdie sondige soet resep aanbeveel, die heerlike perfekte "bolaag van die koek" by enige van u eie tuisgemaakte kookkuns. Dan weer, wie het regtig 'n maaltyd nodig as u direk na hierdie mmm kan gaan. gesmelte heerlikheid?

Candy Apple Olaf
Wil jy 'n sneeuman eet? Alhoewel dit gemaak is van gesmelte karamel, is die enigste plek waar hierdie heerlike lekkergoedappels smelt, in jou mond - selfs in die somer!

Sjokolade modder Pie-O-Rama van Flo se V8 Café by Disney California Adventure Park
Lus vir 'n heerlike troos kos? Of jy nou hierdie tert maak om 'n vakansie te vier of net as 'n spesiale bederf vir jouself, die Chocolate Mud Pie-O-Rama sal beslis jou tenk vul met heerlike tuiste.

Kersfees Candy Cane Heart Pops
In plaas daarvan om die kersvader met melk en koekies te bedank, laat hom 'n bietjie peperment lekkergoed by hom maak? Maak seker dat u 'n paar ekstra bondels vir die rendier maak-almal hou beslis van hierdie maklike, sonder gebak!

Kersoggend gemmerbrood
Die Disneyland-uitvoerende sjef Jean-Marc Viallet deel die resep van die oord om u eie peperkoekhuis te bou.

Club 33's Pumpkin Beignets
Hierdie lekker beignets gevul met herfsgeur van Disneyland's Club 33 is die perfekte herfsbederf om met vriende en familie te deel.

Cranberry -gemmer onderstebo koek
Van ons vriende by ABC's Die kou, wow jou gesin hiermee cran-'n heerlike soet nagereg soos dit heerlik is!

Donald se wintermielies
U hoef nie te baklei oor hierdie lekkerny nie; daar is genoeg vir almal.

Dubbel sjokolade Yule Log
Disney Cruise Line vaar oor hierdie dekadente resep wat u beslis sal opwarm vir die vakansie.

Epcot Akershus se rysroom met aarbei
Patisserie Lothar Neumaier deel 'n seisoenale nageregresep van Restaurant Akershus in die Noorweë -paviljoen by Epcot.

Epcot se gesmoorde ananas Panna Cotta met aarbei -kompote
Die perfekte soet nagereg om gaste huis toe te stuur met 'n glimlag op hul gesigte.

Epcot Le Cellier Steakhouse se Maple Crème Brûlée
Patisserie Lothar Neumaier vul ons in met 'n heerlike nagereg van Le Cellier Steakhouse in die Kanada -paviljoen by Epcot.

Florentynse koekies van Biergarten in Epcot by Walt Disney World
Die sjef Lothar Neumaier vul ons in met 'n heerlike nagereg van die Biergarten Restaurant in die Duitse paviljoen by Epcot.

Flo’s V-8 Café Aardbei-Rabarbertert
Geen reis na Radiator Springs by Disney California Adventure is voltooi sonder 'n sny Strawberry-Rabarber-pastei van Flo's V-8 Café nie.

Ghirardelli sjokoladekoekies
Vier die nasionale sjokolade -koekiedag elke dag met hierdie soet resep van ons vriende by Ghirardelli.

Peperkoekbeignette van Club 33 in Disneyland
Beignets is 'n gewilde onderdeel van die nageregspyskaart by Club 33 in Disneyland Park, maar as gemmerbrood meer vir u vakansie is, het ons die resep vir die beignets wat Café Orleans net vir hierdie maand kook.

Hamm-it-up koekies
Hierdie karikatuurkoekies sal ongetwyfeld so gewild wees soos die vark wat hulle geïnspireer het.

Hyperion Die essensie van sjokoladeSe gebakte warm sjokolade
Hierdie heerlike resep uit die Hyperion -boek The Essence of Chocolate gee 'n smaakvolle draai aan 'n seisoenale lekkerny.

Rysgebak met sjokolade-bedekking
Wat is dit? Probeer Halloween Town met hierdie ryskoekresep van Die groot boek van Disney Eats.

Jack Skellington Suikerkoekies
Hierdie resep verskyn in die nuutste Disney -kookboek, Heerlike Disney vakansies. Het u nie tyd om dit tuis voor te berei nie? Kom loer by Award Wieners in Disney California Adventure Park om een ​​te probeer.

Jessica Rabbit se Red Velvet Hot Chocolate
U sal hierdie rooi fluweel -warm sjokolade net so lief hê as wat Roger Rabbit van Jessica hou.

Maleficent Triple Chocolate Sandwich Cookies
Kyk na hierdie duiwels heerlike nagereg van Die groot boek van Disney Eats.

Mary Berry se Brandewyn Snaps
Geniet hierdie resep vir Mary Berry se Brandy Snaps, met vergunning van Die Great Holiday Baking Show.

Minnie’s Milk-and-Cookie Mini-Cups
Help Kersvader deur 'n lang wintersnag met Minnie se melk-en-koekie-koppies.

Nie-vir-honde sjokolade vierkante
Marvel's Avengers vs. X-Men en The Chew se koekie ontmoet mekaar in die kombuis, en Daphne Oz het 'n gesonde koekie resep wat selfs Captain America sou goedkeur.

Once Upon a Wintertime Sjokolade gedoop koekies
Geniet hierdie ysige lekkernye en 'n koppie warm kakao.

Paddy Mint Mokka
Hierdie spesiale koffie word gedurende die wintervakansie op die Disney Cruise Line bedien, 'n feestelike einde vir 'n aandete - of enige tyd van die dag.

Padma Lakshmi se kaneelteekoekies
Bekroonde kookboekskrywer, gasheer en uitvoerende vervaardiger van Hulu's Proe die Nasie, Padma Lakshmi, het 'n resep met D23 gedeel vir 'n heerlike bederf in die winter, perfek om op 'n koel wintersdag saam met 'n warm koppie tee te geniet.

Plantgebaseerde koekie-resep van Beaches & Cream Soda Shop
Die plantaardige koekpatat is 'n unieke en lekker bederf om aan die einde van enige maaltyd voor te sit.

Pluto se Kersboom Brownies
These charming Christmas tree brownies will put you in the holiday spirit.

Pop’t Art Recipe from Epcot International Festival of the Arts
Bake your own masterpiece with this Pop’t Art recipe straight from the Epcot International Festival of the Arts.

Pumpkin Pecan Pie
A hybrid of your favorite holiday pies from Die kou, this pumpkin meets pecan pie combines the best of both worlds.

Red-Nosed Zebra From Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Bar at Disneyland Hotel
Trader Sam, head salesman of the Amazon Jungle, has an expertise in concocting head-shrinking potions soon and a head for mixology around the holidays.

Reindeer Cookies
A sweet treat to share with those near and deer to your heart.

Rock Candy from Osh Popham’s General Store
This magical rock candy will have you singing your favorite holiday tunes.

S‘mores Bake From Big Thunder Ranch Barbecue at Disneyland
Winter holidays are the time for sweet indulgences, so what better time to share this goodie—perfect for splitting around a fire pit or the kitchen table.

Southern Spice Layer Cake
This southern staple from our friends at Die kou is sure to make your mouth water!

Stained Glass Cookies
This tasty treat is almost too pretty to eat! Enjoy these colorful cookies inspired by the stained glass windows from Skoonlief en die Ondier.

Steakhouse 55’s Warm Apple Butter Cake
Disneyland Hotel’s Steakhouse 55 offers a dessert that will put excellent use to apples that you’ve just picked… or bought at your local grocer or farmer’s market.

Strawberry Twists from Maurice's Treats at Disneyland
Have you stopped by Maurice’s Treats in Disneyland’s Fantasy Faire for one of the delicious twists? Here’s how to make one of these flaky, crisp twists at home!

The Country Bears’ Lemon Blueberry Holiday Pie
Treat your friends and family to some southern hospitality with this Country Bears-inspired lemon blueberry pie.

Triple Chocolate Cupcakes
Bring this fan-favorite home with a recipe straight from Be Our Guest restaurant at Magic Kingdom Park!

Two Festive Mocktails from Eater’s Guide to the World
Our friends at Hulu’s Eater’s Guide to the World have shared two delicious mocktail recipes from McMenamins, a brewery featured on the series.

Ultimate Double Chocolate Cookies
Enjoy these mouth-watering ultimate double chocolate cookies straight from Ghirardelli.

Walt's Own "Chris's Cold Pie"
Walt loved pie of all varietals, his favorite being a special lemon chiffon pie with a graham cracker crust. Why not try it tonight?


Paris Club Introduces French Chef Series - Recipes

Explore our timeline to learn about Julia's life, career, and accomplishments. Use the arrows to move backward and forward, or navigate by year below.

100 Years of Julia Child /> />

August 15 - Julia Carolyn McWilliams is born the eldest of three children in Pasadena, California. Julia's father, John McWilliams, was a 1901 Princeton graduate who achieved a successful career in agricultural land management and real estate. Her mother, Julia Carolyn (Caro) Weston, Smith College class of 1900, was from Dalton, MA, the daughter of the founder of the Weston Paper Company, and a lieutenant governor of Massachusetts. Julia (6'3" at her full height) is the eldest of three children about whom Caro would someday boast, "I have produced 18 feet of children."

1912 /> />

Mother Caro with Julia at her christening.

1912 /> />

Julia and brother John with Grandmother McWilliams.

1914 /> />

On a fountain with John and cousins Alice and Dana &ndash 1915-1916.

1915 /> />

Gone fishing with Johnnie &ndash circa 1920.

1920 /> />

Julia goes to Tijuana with her family, meets Caesar Cardini, and eats Caesar Salad. Julia writes about the experience in her book, From Julia's Kitchen, "One of my early remembrances of restaurant life was going to Tijuana in 1925 or 1926 with my parents, who were wildly excited that they should finally lunch at Caesar's restaurant. Tijuana, just south of the Mexican border from San Diego, was flourishing then, in the Prohibition era. Word spread about Tijuana and the good life, and about Caesar Cardini's restaurant, and about Caesar's salad.

1925 /> />

The McWilliams children &ndash circa 1927-1928.

1927 /> />

A high school aged Julia &ndash circa 1930.

1930 /> />

Sister Dorothy and Julia at the beach in St. Malo, CA &ndash circa 1930.

1930 /> />

Growing McWiliams siblings, which Caro would call her "18 feet of children" &ndash circa 1930.

1930 /> />

High School graduation &ndash circa 1930.

1930 /> />

Off to college &ndash circa 1930.

1930 /> />

. and onto the slopes – circa 1932.

1932 /> />

A history major, Julia graduates from Smith College. "I was enrolled in Smith College at birth and eventually graduated from there in 1934 with a degree in history," Julia wrote in her memoir, My Life in France. "At Smith I did some theater, a bit of creative writing, and played basketball. But I was a pure romantic, and only operating with half my burners on I spent most of my time there just growing up."

1934 /> />

Julia moves to Manhattan to pursue aspirations of becoming a writer. She finds a job working as a copywriter in the advertising department of an upscale home furnishings firm, W. & J. Sloane. "My plan after college was to become a famous woman novelist," she wrote in My Life in France.

1935 /> />

Julia returns to California to help her ailing mother, who dies of high blood pressure at the age of sixty. Julia spends several years close to home writing for local publications and working in advertising.

1937 /> />

Eager to help in her country's efforts during World War II, Julia is hired as a typist for the U.S. Information Agency in Washington D.C. She is transferred to the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), the forerunner of the CIA, where she works directly with its leader, General William J. (Wild Bill) Donovan. She is first a research assistant in the Secret Intelligence division and later a researcher helping to develop shark repellent, a critical tool because sharks would sometimes set off the explosives intended for German U-boats. "I was too tall for the WACs and WAVES, but eventually joined the OSS, and set out into the world looking for adventure," she writes in My Life in France.

1942 /> />

Julia is posted to Ceylon (present day Sri Lanka) and later Kunming, China. Her responsibilities include handling highly classified information. According to the CIA, Julia ultimately served as Chief of the OSS Registry. Having top security clearances, Julia knew every incoming and outgoing message that passed through her office, as her Registry was serving all the intelligence branches. While in Ceylon she meets the older, worldly gourmet Paul Child, who had come down from Delhi, India to head the OSS's Visual Presentation group.

1944 /> />

Julia in a rubber grove, photographed by Paul Child &ndash Ceylon 1944.

1944 /> />

Paul and Julia return to the U.S. and take a few months getting to know each other as civilians. Over the summer, they visit her father and stepmother in Pasadena, then drive across the country to visit Paul's twin, Charlie, and his wife, Fredericka, in Maine. After a few days there, they announce their intention to marry. "It's about time!" the family replies. While home, Julia enrolls in a Los Angeles cooking school to prepare for married life, though she'd later admit her early forays in the kitchen were disastrous. Paul is quoted as saying, "I was willing to put up with that awful cooking to get Julia."

1945 /> />

September 1 - Julia McWilliams and Paul Child are married in Lumberville, Pennsylvania. The day before their wedding, Paul and Julia are in a car accident, and they're married – happily – with stitches and bandages.

1946 /> />

Julia and Paul Child on their wedding day, September 1, 1946

1946 /> />

Paul takes a position with the U.S. Foreign Service and they spend a year or so living in Washington D.C. before he is posted to Paris as part of the U.S. Information Service, attached to the American Embassy. Their move begins a six-year adventure living in Paris, Marseilles, Germany, and Norway. Julia's first meal in France was at La Couronne restaurant in Rouen. She and Paul enjoyed Chablis, oysters, and Sole Meunière – a meal that she described as "the most exciting meal of my life."

1948 /> />

Julia enrolls in the famed Parisian cooking school, Le Cordon Bleu. After a false start in a "housewife" level class, and deemed unqualified for a six-week haute cuisine course for experts, she is placed in a yearlong program for professional restaurateurs with eleven former GIs. Her instructor and mentor is chef Max Bugnard, who had worked with Auguste Escoffier in London. Under his tutelage, Julia thrives.

1949 /> />

Julia officially graduates from Le Cordon Bleu, having failed her first exam in 1950 pursuing her dream of making a career out of cooking (a dream she described as "a bit sketchy on the details") meant re-taking the exam, which she did in April 1951. When Julia eventually received her diploma from the school, it was backdated to March 15, 1951.

1951 /> />

Julia is introduced to two French women, Simone (Simca) Beck and Louisette Bertholle, who are working together on a cookbook about French cooking for Americans and seeking an American collaborator. Soon after their meeting, the three women open a cooking school, L'Ecole des Trois Gourmandes (charging $5 per lesson), and begin working together on their book.

1952 /> />

With the help of friend Avis DeVoto – a well-connected former cookbook editor at Houghton Mifflin – Julia and her co-authors submit their 850-page manuscript, the result of seven years of collaboration, and their concept of multiple volumes to Houghton Mifflin, who find it to be too long and difficult to understand. After a major revision and a reduction to 684 pages, Houghton Mifflin again rejects the book. The manuscript eventually lands on the desk of Judith Jones, a young editor at Alfred A. Knopf, who strongly advocates taking a chance on the book. This marks the beginning of a long and fruitful collaboration.

1958 /> />

Deciding to return to their native land, family and friends, Paul retires from public service. Julia and Paul settle into 103 Irving Street in Cambridge, MA, where Julia lived until she moved permanently to Montecito, CA in 2001. One of their first improvements is to redo the kitchen, which Paul designs.

1961 /> />

October - After nine years researching, writing, recipe testing, and editing, Mastering the Art of French Cooking, Volume One is published.

1961 /> />

Mastering the Art of French Cooking is named a Book-of-the-Month Club Selection 12,000 copies are distributed. Enthusiasm for the book has continued through the years – more than 3,000,000 copies have been printed to date. In September 2009, following the release of Sony Pictures' Julie & Julia, over 300,000 copies are sold in one month alone. The e-book edition of Mastering the Art of French Cooking is released in October, 2011.

1962 /> />

February 11 - Julia's interview promoting Mastering on the TV show "I've Been Reading" – produced by Boston's public television station WGBH – launches her TV career. Having arrived with eggs, a whisk, and a copper bowl, Julia beats some egg whites "to enliven the talk." Twenty-seven viewers write to the station, wanting to see more. The station produced three pilots, and then launched into production of The French Chef, which aired locally in 1962. The show debuted nationally in February, 1963 and aired through July 1966 (when it went into re-runs through September 1970).

1963 /> />

Having teamed up with director/co-producer Russ Morash at WGBH, Julia wins the George Foster Peabody Award for distinguished achievement in television for The French Chef. Over the course of her career, Julia filmed more than 350 episodes of TV. About The French Chef TV series, excerpted from The French Chef Cookbook by Julia Child.

1964 /> />

Christmas 1965 marks Julia and Paul's first visit to their home in Provence, built on property belonging to Simca and her husband, Jean Fischbacher. They call it "La Pitchoune," a Provencal word meaning the "little one." Soon it affectionately becomes referred to as "La Peetch." Julia would keep the house until 1992.

1965 /> />

Julia wins a Primetime Emmy® Award for "Achievement in Educational Television" for The French Chef, becoming the first educational television personality ever to receive an Emmy in open competition.

1966 /> />

Julia is on the cover of Time magazine, which dubs her "Our Lady of the Ladle." The feature story describes Julia as the 54-year old, 6-ft.-2-inch tall star of The French Chef, whose "viewers on 104 educational TV stations across the U.S. watch her every move, forgive her every gaffe, and in a word, adore her. Manhattan matrons refuse to dine out the night she is on. When Washington D.C.'s WETA interrupted her program to carry Lyndon Johnson live, the station's switchboard was jammed for an hour."

1966 /> />

Julia is awarded L'Ordre du Mérite Agricole. Established in 1883, the French National Order of Agricultural Merit is presented to individuals for services to agriculture by France's Ministère de l'Agriculture.

1967 /> />

Julia's second book, The French Chef Cookbook, a compilation of the recipes from 119 programs of the first TV series, is published. The recipes appear in the order in which the shows were produced, beginning with the fourteenth show. "This is because the first thirteen shows no longer exist," Julia explains in the book's introduction. "When we started, The French Chef was purely a local New England program, and before WGBH-TV realized duplicates were needed to serve other educational stations throughout the country the first thirteen tapes had worn out. "

1968 /> />

With Julia complaining that "I need at least five more years to get this book right," editor Judith Jones holds firm to the March deadline for the manuscript of Mastering the Art of French Cooking, Volume Two. Co-authored with Simone Beck, it is published in October.

1970 /> />

A new The French Chef series debuts in color. The first season is described as "a tour of the French Classics, a refresher course for experienced cooks and a jet-assist take off for beginners." The theme for the second season is "The French Chef Faces Life" – Julia shows viewers how to cope with situations that reflect the "demands of society," such as family and getting kids involved in cooking, unexpected company, or a three-course sit-down dinner. In total, The French Chef series would span approximately 200 episodes.

1970 /> />

Having noticed slight chest pains for several years, Paul is diagnosed as having blocked blood vessels. He undergoes a bypass, then a relatively new procedure that, perhaps from oxygen deprivation, leaves him with "mental scrambles." Regardless, he is by Julia's side constantly. In 1989, he suffers a series of strokes and Julia cuts back her work and travel schedule.

1974 /> />

From Julia Child's Kitchen is published. The book is dedicated to the premise that "French cooking is simply good cooking" and contains all the recipes that were demonstrated on the second color series of The French Chef, while expanding, for the first time, into some popular American favorites.

1975 /> />

Julia adds to her collection of beautiful French medals with the prestigious L'Ordre National du Mérite. Established in 1963, the National Order of Merit is awarded by the President of the French Republic for distinguished civil and military achievements.

1976 /> />

Julia receives an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree at Boston University's May Commencement. It is one of more than ten honorary doctorates Julia will receive, including from Bates College, Brown University, Rutgers University, Smith College, and Harvard University – where her citation reads, "A Harvard friend and neighbor who has filled the air with common sense and uncommon scents. Long may her soufflés rise."

1976 /> />

Julia Child & Company airs on PBS for 13 episodes – a different show from the beginning. Julia and her team felt it was time to move away from purely French tradition so they created a beautiful new set and a series built around planning, shopping, cooking and presenting menus for everyday occasions. The companion book, Julia Child & Company, is published in 1978.

1978 /> />

Julia's second cooking-for-company TV series, Julia Child & More Company, airs 13 episodes on PBS. Its companion book, Julia Child & More Company, is also published.

1979 /> />

Julia begins regular appearances on ABC's Goeie môre Amerika, which continue through the '80s. The three-minute segments would set the stage for a new era of cooking on television. In 1985, Julia traveled to Italy for GMA, filming a five-part series celebrating Italian food and culture, "Julia Child in Italy." The series was so successful - ABC got letters from over 100,000 people - that it was aired again in 1987.

1980 /> />

Julia, Robert Mondavi, and Richard Graff establish The American Institute of Wine & Food in San Francisco with the ambitious mission "to advance the understanding, appreciation and quality of wine and food."

1981 /> />

Julia begins a monthly cooking column for Parade Magazine, which, says editor Judith Jones, was "perfect because it wasn't elitist. Julia wanted to bring her message to the average home cook and make that person a better cook. She was able to reach people all over America." She would continue the column through 1986.

1982 /> />

Twenty years after the debut of The French Chef, Julia films Dinner At Julia's. Each program includes a "gathering" sequence, filmed at various locations in California, in which Julia goes to the source for an ingredient. Each episode culminates around a dinner party hosted in Santa Barbara. Guest chefs attend, including James Beard. The show runs for 13 episodes on PBS.

1983 /> />

Julia completes 6 one-hour instructional videos entitled The Way to Cook with publisher Knopf, which share the same title as her 1989 cookbook but are not related. The Way to Cook DVD is released December, 2009.

1985 /> />

Julia's tome, The Way to Cook, which represents the accumulation of her French training and thirty years of cooking in America, is published. Editor Judith Jones explains, "Julia was always very open to new ideas, products, equipment, and attitudes and embraced the ones that she believed in. The Way to Cook is made up of so many of those influences. I did push her to make this book more personal than Mastering. It's all Julia."

1989 /> />

Believing that the field of gastronomy is worthy of serious study, Julia and Jacques Pépin, chef and cookbook author, work with Boston University to launch a Master of Liberal Arts (MLA) degree in Gastronomy – a unique, multidisciplinary program that encompasses the arts, the humanities, and the natural and social sciences.

1991 /> />

Julia Child's Menu Cookbook, combining the complete texts of Julia Child & Company en Julia Child & More Company in hardcover, is published.

1991 /> />

On the occasion of her 80th birthday, Julia attends countless parties in her honor, including large tributes in Boston, Los Angeles, New York, and at home in Cambridge.

1992 /> />

Cooking with Master Chefs, which features Julia visiting celebrated chefs in their own kitchens throughout the country, airs on PBS. One of the 16 episodes, featuring Lidia Bastianich, is nominated for a 1994 Emmy Award. Other chefs include Emeril Lagasse, Jacques Pépin, and Alice Waters. Cooking with Master Chefs, companion book to the TV show, is published in 1993.

1993 /> />

Julia and Jacques Pépin cook, teach, and entertain "in concert" in their first one-hour special together, which airs on PBS. They would reunite in 1995 to cook, teach, and entertain on PBS in another special.

1993 /> />

Julia is the first woman inducted into The Culinary Institute of America's Hall of Fame, one of several distinctions she would receive from the school, including an honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts and the school's first Lifetime Achievement Award.

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May 12 - Wherever she was in the world, Julia would talk to Paul daily, setting her alarm so he would receive her call at the same time of day. In The French Chef Cookbook Julia credits "Paul Child, the man who is always there: porter, dishwasher, official photographer, mushroom dicer and onion chopper, editor, fish illustrator, manager, taster, idea man, resident poet, and husband." The multi-talented Paul Child dies at age 92 in Lexington, MA.

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In Julia's Kitchen with Master Chefs airs on PBS. During the 39 episodes, Julia takes an in-depth look at contemporary American cooking alongside 26 chefs whom she invites into her Cambridge kitchen. In Julia's Kitchen with Master Chefs, companion book to the TV show, is published in 1995.

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Julia creates the Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and the Culinary Arts. The Foundation seeks to further Julia's passion for gastronomy and the culinary arts, her far-reaching impact as a teacher and mentor, and her lifelong love of learning.

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Julia is ranked #46 in TV Guide's 50 Greatest TV Stars of All Time, edging out Howard Cosell, Bart Simpson, Ricky Nelson, and Ed Sullivan.

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Baking with Julia, featuring outstanding pastry chefs and bakers, teachers, and cookbook authors working with Julia, airs on PBS for 39 episodes. Baking with Julia, companion book to the TV show and written by Dorie Greenspan, is published in 1996.

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Julia wins a Daytime Emmy® for "Outstanding Service Show Host" for In Julia's Kitchen with Master Chefs, with producer Geoff Drummond.

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Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home launches a 22-episode series on PBS. Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home, companion book to the TV show, is published in 1999. The show and the book are enormously popular due to Julia and Jacques' chemistry as they present their cumulative cooking knowledge and a wide scope of techniques – about which they don't always agree.

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Conceived of as an essential compendium of Julia's wisdom and learning over the last forty years, Julia's Kitchen Wisdom is published. "It began as my loose-leaf kitchen reference guide, gradually compiled from my own trials, remedies, and errors – corrected as I've cooked my way through the years," she describes. Arranged according to type of ingredient with an emphasis on technique, the little volume is highly acclaimed. A two-hour special, Julia's Kitchen Wisdom, airs on PBS.

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Julia is awarded L'Ordre National de la Légion d'Honneur (National Order of the Legion of Honor), the highest decoration in France, for her services to French culinary arts.

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Julia is elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences – an honorary society that recognizes achievement in the natural sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities.

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Julia is awarded a Daytime Emmy® for "Outstanding Service Show Host" for Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home.

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Julia's Cambridge kitchen, which she donated to the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, is unveiled in the museum and becomes one of its most popular exhibits. Listen to Julia's comments:

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Julia is awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the United States' highest civilian honor, by President George W. Bush

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August 13 - Julia dies of kidney failure two days before her 92nd birthday in Montecito, California.

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Julia's memoir, My Life in France, co-written with her grandnephew, Alex Prud'homme, is published. The book spans her childhood through the years she spent living with Paul in France and Europe, learning how to cook and publishing Mastering the Art of French Cooking. Julia ends the book with. "And thinking back on it now reminds me that the pleasures of the table, and of life, are infinite - toujours bon appétit!"

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August 15 - Julia's 100th birthday, August 15, 2012 is celebrated.

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The U.S. Postal Service® honors Julia's legacy along with four other revolutionary chefs with the release of the limited-edition Celebrity Chefs Forever® stamps. The other chefs featured are James Beard, Joyce Chen, Edna Lewis and Felipe Rojas-Lombardi. "Seeing cooking as a source of delight, they invited us to feast on regional and international flavors and were early but ardent champions of trends that many foodies now take for granted. As they shared their know-how, they encouraged us to undertake our own culinary adventures" - USPS.com


Paris Hilton taught me how to make lasagna, and now she’s my kitchen muse

When Paris Hilton this week dropped the first episode of an apparent cooking video series on her YouTube channel, cleverly titled “Cooking with Paris,” I decided to make the lasagna that is the ostensible aim of her inaugural 16-minute tutorial.

My exercise would be an effort to see if I could make some sense out of the chaos (the former reality TV star doesn’t give precise measurements, or really any at all, for most ingredients — though she does get oddly specific about some, like the seven grinds of pink Himalayan sea salt). And it would answer the question that Paris herself didn’t, by not doing the bit at the end of every cooking show and video where the host tastes the dish they’ve made and after some eye-rolling and faux swooning, proclaims it delicious: Was Paris’s “infamous” (her word) pasta dish any good?

Underlining the project, of course, was a certain level of snark. But a funny thing happened while I was watching and re-watching the video to prepare for it. I realized that Paris Hilton is a legitimate powerhouse in the kitchen, and that everyone — even the most experienced cooks among us — can learn something from her.

It occurred to me that the point of her video isn’t actually to teach us to make a lasagna. That is to say, actual edification isn’t the purpose of almost any food show or YouTube tutorial — sorry Julia Child, but literally three people watching you are going to make that duck à l’orange — it’s entertainment. Paris knows this (I’ve long suspected she understands and manipulates our celebrity obsession in a very meta way), and by not even pretending it’s instructional, Paris has called our bluff.

Still, “Cooking with Paris” is not without a culinary takeaway. Rather than looking to her for the kind of detailed instruction you can find in a zillion high-quality recipes out there, maybe it’s best instead to simply absorb Paris’s kitchen energy, which is truly astounding, and the real lesson here.

Paris is a dazzling chef. I know this because she says so, right upfront. “As you all know, well, maybe not all of you know, but the people who do know know that I’m an amazing cook,” she says by way of introduction. Later, she congratulates herself on dumping a pan of meat sauce into the lasagna pan. “Killed it,” she concludes.

I try to channel such radical self-assuredness as I attempt to follow along. I stifle my worry about whether a single egg is enough to bind a vat of ricotta cheese, as Paris seems to think. I shrug off the anxiety of the vagueness of the number of cans of sauce — is it two or three? Four pounds of meat seems like an awful lot, doesn’t it? “Relax,” I tell myself in a very Paris voice. “It’s going to be fabulous. You are an amazing cook.”

In Paris Hilton’s world, a soup ladle is a spoon and a potato masher is a fork. None of the utensils she chooses from the kitchen drawers make any sense for the tasks at hand, but this does not bother Paris. She dismisses the available spoons as “brutal” and goes to work breaking up the ground beef with two spatulas and, later, said potato masher. She even has her own culinary lexicon, wherein boiling noodles is described as “steaming” them and the weird fingerless gloves she wears are called “chef’s gloves.” Yes, Paris, yes.

In this large and seemingly well-equipped kitchen (not hers, it’s clear) she’s like someone three margaritas deep, whipping up dinner in a beach rental house where they don’t know where anything is. But not knowing where things are or having the correct tools does not faze her for a split second. “Whatever,” she says upon realizing that the cheese is not the kind she wanted. “Life could be worse.”

I embrace this anarchy as I cook. I smear the ricotta with a ladle. I bash the beef with a potato masher. I am freeeeee.


Once you’ve washed your vegetables, it’s now time to sharpen up those knife skills because it will require some very thin slicing. If for some reason it seems like a bit too much, you can absolutely pull out your friend, the mandolin, and allow it to be your guide for this.

I occasionally use my mandolin, but when slicing delicate vegetables for this such as eggplant and tomatoes, I find the mandolin can be a bit too harsh and can make things break apart and mush together.

Once the vegetables are all sliced up, I like to lay them next to each other on a sheet tray for easy access to layer everything up. On the bottom of a casserole dish or cast-iron skillet, pour in some crushed tomatoes and then season the top of it with fresh thyme, salt, and pepper. From there you want to layer on the vegetables.


How to Watch All 201 Episodes of Julia Child's 'The French Chef' Online

Get ready to soak in dozens and dozens of lessons in French cookery: Twitch, a video platform popular among gamers, is launching a food streaming channel and will celebrate the occasion with a four-day marathon of all 201 episodes of Julia Child's The French Chef, Volgens Entertainment Weekly.

The stream is part of "Twitch Creative," an arm of the site that launched five months ago with a Bob Ross painting marathon. The platform is open to creative contributions from viewers and users. Twitch worked with Janson Media and PBS to bring the content for the Julia Child stream in-house, which begins airing tonight at 5 p.m. EDT.

The French Chef is a classic, and though reruns have aired on PBS in the past, and YouTube is full of clips, this is the first time the whole series will be on screen in decades. Child's most popular show demonstrates how she became an American icon and the go-to source on French technique for many home cooks.

"Julia Child was the precursor to Twitch's social cooking movement, making The French Chef show a great reminder about how visionary she was," Bill Morrier, the head of Twitch Creative, said in a statement provided to the press.

The timing of the launch coincides with the 65th anniversary of Child's graduation from Le Cordon Bleu cooking school in Paris, France.


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