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A Taste Experience

From: WGBH Radio Boston
Series: In Julia's Kitchen
Length: 03:30

Julia Child Cooks Spinach Read the full description.

Juliahammer120x120_small On 11 February, 1963, Julia Child's "The French Chef" debuted, introducing the phrase "Bon Appetit" into the American lexicon. Over the next forty years, Julia would host eight TV shows, author nine cook books, and be awarded a Peabody award and an Emmy. Cooking and lifestyle programs have flourished on the airwaves since Julia Child first took a boning knife to a chicken. Honoring her memory, this is the second of five vignettes of the master chef in action from WGBH Radio Boston.

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On 11 February, 1963, Julia Child's "The French Chef" debuted, introducing the phrase "Bon Appetit" into the American lexicon. Over the next forty years, Julia would host eight TV shows, author nine cook books, and be awarded a Peabody award and an Emmy. Cooking and lifestyle programs have flourished on the airwaves since Julia Child first took a boning knife to a chicken. Honoring her memory, this is the second of five vignettes of the master chef in action from WGBH Radio Boston.