Food

Dishing with Julia Child

Julia Child was devoted to the art of French cuisine. And starting in 1963, The French Chef single-handedly taught a nation how to cook well, eat well and drink well. Now today’s chefs and celebrities delight in six of the most-beloved episodes from her groundbreaking series, offering insightful, funny and personal comments in unabashed appreciation of the first lady of cooking. Bon appétit!

The Whole Fish Story

26m 4s

José Andres and Eric Ripert are amazed by Julia Child’s hands-on treatment of a whole fish. They discuss her ability to dive in to fish filleting while encouraging viewers to attempt this difficult preparation. José jokes about his debt to Julia for popularizing fish in America and both are impressed with the information Julia conveys in the show and her ability to work without any retakes.

Episodes

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    The Good Loaf

    S1 E2 - 25m 10s

    Celebrity chefs Vivian Howard, Marcus Samuelsson, Carla Hall and Sara Moulton follow Julia Child’s bread making recipes for classic pain de mie and a raisin bread. Sara highlights Julia’s role in re-orienting people’s perception of food, while Carla notes Julia’s skill in making ingredients and techniques accessible. And all the chefs note that by this point, Julia had her on-camera look honed.

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    The Whole Fish Story

    S1 E1 - 26m 4s

    José Andres and Eric Ripert are amazed by Julia Child’s hands-on treatment of a whole fish. They discuss her ability to dive in to fish filleting while encouraging viewers to attempt this difficult preparation. José jokes about his debt to Julia for popularizing fish in America and both are impressed with the information Julia conveys in the show and her ability to work without any retakes.

Extras + Features

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    Dishing With Julia Child Preview

    30s

    Julia Child was devoted to the art of French cuisine. And starting in 1963, The French Chef single-handedly taught a nation how to cook well, eat well and drink well. Now today’s chefs and celebrities delight in six of the most-beloved episodes from her groundbreaking series, offering insightful, funny and personal comments in unabashed appreciation of the first lady of cooking. Bon appétit!

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