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Julia Child’s 100th Birthday Celebration

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Julia Child’s 100th birthday celebrated at Café Dupont

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Julia Child is known for making French cuisine more approachable for the American public. She wrote over 20 cookbooks and her show, entitled The French Chef, aired for over ten years, so in honor of what would have been her 100th birthday Café Dupont is looking to celebrate her legacy. Executive chef of the popular D.C. restaurant, David Fritsche has created a special Julia Child-inspired 100th birthday menu at Café Dupont.

During the National Julia Child Restaurant Week, August 7 through 15, Café Dupont will offer a three-course prix fixe menu revolving around Child’s favorite dishes. There will be dishes such as canard à l’orange, an orange glazed roasted duck breast with chick peas and black mission figs and tarte tatin de pêche, which is a seasonal spin on Child’s apple tarte tatin, all served with wine pairings.

The celebration does not stop there; Café Dupont has collaborated with Alfred A. Knopf, publisher of her Child’s cookbooks, to promote a national celebration of the beloved chef.


The Day I Nearly Killed Julia Child

PBS Food asks Chef Dean Fearing, chef and partner of Fearing’s Restaurant, about his time with Julia Child on the show, “In Julia’s Kitchen with Master Chefs.” In the midst of the Julia Child 100th Birthday Celebration, Fearing pays tribute to her legacy.

What was it like working with Julia Child?

For somebody I didn’t think I would learn so much from, I really did learn a lot. The best thing I learned is “everything in moderation” and “eat whole foods.” I look back on our time together as some of the most inspiring times of my life, mainly when we were in deep discussion over a BBQ Sandwich and Pearl beer at Sonny Bryan’s in Dallas.

What do you believe is Julia Child’s lasting legacy?

She really was a culinary leader. When you were with her, you were always in an aura of food discussions. We spent more time together just talking food and nothing else.

What was the impact of appearing on In Julia’s Kitchen with Master Chefs?

It was fantastic until one day I almost killed her. We were setting up the next scene for a show and she was noodling around looking at my ingredients when she stuck her finger in the Tabasco, tasted it and suddenly started choking. She couldn’t catch her breath and everyone started running towards her including her producer, who jumped over the table. We sat her down in a chair and all I could think about was “I have just killed the Grande Dame of Cuisine and will probably be banned from cooking.” She suddenly caught her breath, looked at me and said “Whoooo that was spicy!”


The Day I Nearly Killed Julia Child

PBS Food asks Chef Dean Fearing, chef and partner of Fearing’s Restaurant, about his time with Julia Child on the show, “In Julia’s Kitchen with Master Chefs.” In the midst of the Julia Child 100th Birthday Celebration, Fearing pays tribute to her legacy.

What was it like working with Julia Child?

For somebody I didn’t think I would learn so much from, I really did learn a lot. The best thing I learned is “everything in moderation” and “eat whole foods.” I look back on our time together as some of the most inspiring times of my life, mainly when we were in deep discussion over a BBQ Sandwich and Pearl beer at Sonny Bryan’s in Dallas.

What do you believe is Julia Child’s lasting legacy?

She really was a culinary leader. When you were with her, you were always in an aura of food discussions. We spent more time together just talking food and nothing else.

What was the impact of appearing on In Julia’s Kitchen with Master Chefs?

It was fantastic until one day I almost killed her. We were setting up the next scene for a show and she was noodling around looking at my ingredients when she stuck her finger in the Tabasco, tasted it and suddenly started choking. She couldn’t catch her breath and everyone started running towards her including her producer, who jumped over the table. We sat her down in a chair and all I could think about was “I have just killed the Grande Dame of Cuisine and will probably be banned from cooking.” She suddenly caught her breath, looked at me and said “Whoooo that was spicy!”


The Day I Nearly Killed Julia Child

PBS Food asks Chef Dean Fearing, chef and partner of Fearing’s Restaurant, about his time with Julia Child on the show, “In Julia’s Kitchen with Master Chefs.” In the midst of the Julia Child 100th Birthday Celebration, Fearing pays tribute to her legacy.

What was it like working with Julia Child?

For somebody I didn’t think I would learn so much from, I really did learn a lot. The best thing I learned is “everything in moderation” and “eat whole foods.” I look back on our time together as some of the most inspiring times of my life, mainly when we were in deep discussion over a BBQ Sandwich and Pearl beer at Sonny Bryan’s in Dallas.

What do you believe is Julia Child’s lasting legacy?

She really was a culinary leader. When you were with her, you were always in an aura of food discussions. We spent more time together just talking food and nothing else.

What was the impact of appearing on In Julia’s Kitchen with Master Chefs?

It was fantastic until one day I almost killed her. We were setting up the next scene for a show and she was noodling around looking at my ingredients when she stuck her finger in the Tabasco, tasted it and suddenly started choking. She couldn’t catch her breath and everyone started running towards her including her producer, who jumped over the table. We sat her down in a chair and all I could think about was “I have just killed the Grande Dame of Cuisine and will probably be banned from cooking.” She suddenly caught her breath, looked at me and said “Whoooo that was spicy!”


The Day I Nearly Killed Julia Child

PBS Food asks Chef Dean Fearing, chef and partner of Fearing’s Restaurant, about his time with Julia Child on the show, “In Julia’s Kitchen with Master Chefs.” In the midst of the Julia Child 100th Birthday Celebration, Fearing pays tribute to her legacy.

What was it like working with Julia Child?

For somebody I didn’t think I would learn so much from, I really did learn a lot. The best thing I learned is “everything in moderation” and “eat whole foods.” I look back on our time together as some of the most inspiring times of my life, mainly when we were in deep discussion over a BBQ Sandwich and Pearl beer at Sonny Bryan’s in Dallas.

What do you believe is Julia Child’s lasting legacy?

She really was a culinary leader. When you were with her, you were always in an aura of food discussions. We spent more time together just talking food and nothing else.

What was the impact of appearing on In Julia’s Kitchen with Master Chefs?

It was fantastic until one day I almost killed her. We were setting up the next scene for a show and she was noodling around looking at my ingredients when she stuck her finger in the Tabasco, tasted it and suddenly started choking. She couldn’t catch her breath and everyone started running towards her including her producer, who jumped over the table. We sat her down in a chair and all I could think about was “I have just killed the Grande Dame of Cuisine and will probably be banned from cooking.” She suddenly caught her breath, looked at me and said “Whoooo that was spicy!”


The Day I Nearly Killed Julia Child

PBS Food asks Chef Dean Fearing, chef and partner of Fearing’s Restaurant, about his time with Julia Child on the show, “In Julia’s Kitchen with Master Chefs.” In the midst of the Julia Child 100th Birthday Celebration, Fearing pays tribute to her legacy.

What was it like working with Julia Child?

For somebody I didn’t think I would learn so much from, I really did learn a lot. The best thing I learned is “everything in moderation” and “eat whole foods.” I look back on our time together as some of the most inspiring times of my life, mainly when we were in deep discussion over a BBQ Sandwich and Pearl beer at Sonny Bryan’s in Dallas.

What do you believe is Julia Child’s lasting legacy?

She really was a culinary leader. When you were with her, you were always in an aura of food discussions. We spent more time together just talking food and nothing else.

What was the impact of appearing on In Julia’s Kitchen with Master Chefs?

It was fantastic until one day I almost killed her. We were setting up the next scene for a show and she was noodling around looking at my ingredients when she stuck her finger in the Tabasco, tasted it and suddenly started choking. She couldn’t catch her breath and everyone started running towards her including her producer, who jumped over the table. We sat her down in a chair and all I could think about was “I have just killed the Grande Dame of Cuisine and will probably be banned from cooking.” She suddenly caught her breath, looked at me and said “Whoooo that was spicy!”


The Day I Nearly Killed Julia Child

PBS Food asks Chef Dean Fearing, chef and partner of Fearing’s Restaurant, about his time with Julia Child on the show, “In Julia’s Kitchen with Master Chefs.” In the midst of the Julia Child 100th Birthday Celebration, Fearing pays tribute to her legacy.

What was it like working with Julia Child?

For somebody I didn’t think I would learn so much from, I really did learn a lot. The best thing I learned is “everything in moderation” and “eat whole foods.” I look back on our time together as some of the most inspiring times of my life, mainly when we were in deep discussion over a BBQ Sandwich and Pearl beer at Sonny Bryan’s in Dallas.

What do you believe is Julia Child’s lasting legacy?

She really was a culinary leader. When you were with her, you were always in an aura of food discussions. We spent more time together just talking food and nothing else.

What was the impact of appearing on In Julia’s Kitchen with Master Chefs?

It was fantastic until one day I almost killed her. We were setting up the next scene for a show and she was noodling around looking at my ingredients when she stuck her finger in the Tabasco, tasted it and suddenly started choking. She couldn’t catch her breath and everyone started running towards her including her producer, who jumped over the table. We sat her down in a chair and all I could think about was “I have just killed the Grande Dame of Cuisine and will probably be banned from cooking.” She suddenly caught her breath, looked at me and said “Whoooo that was spicy!”


The Day I Nearly Killed Julia Child

PBS Food asks Chef Dean Fearing, chef and partner of Fearing’s Restaurant, about his time with Julia Child on the show, “In Julia’s Kitchen with Master Chefs.” In the midst of the Julia Child 100th Birthday Celebration, Fearing pays tribute to her legacy.

What was it like working with Julia Child?

For somebody I didn’t think I would learn so much from, I really did learn a lot. The best thing I learned is “everything in moderation” and “eat whole foods.” I look back on our time together as some of the most inspiring times of my life, mainly when we were in deep discussion over a BBQ Sandwich and Pearl beer at Sonny Bryan’s in Dallas.

What do you believe is Julia Child’s lasting legacy?

She really was a culinary leader. When you were with her, you were always in an aura of food discussions. We spent more time together just talking food and nothing else.

What was the impact of appearing on In Julia’s Kitchen with Master Chefs?

It was fantastic until one day I almost killed her. We were setting up the next scene for a show and she was noodling around looking at my ingredients when she stuck her finger in the Tabasco, tasted it and suddenly started choking. She couldn’t catch her breath and everyone started running towards her including her producer, who jumped over the table. We sat her down in a chair and all I could think about was “I have just killed the Grande Dame of Cuisine and will probably be banned from cooking.” She suddenly caught her breath, looked at me and said “Whoooo that was spicy!”


The Day I Nearly Killed Julia Child

PBS Food asks Chef Dean Fearing, chef and partner of Fearing’s Restaurant, about his time with Julia Child on the show, “In Julia’s Kitchen with Master Chefs.” In the midst of the Julia Child 100th Birthday Celebration, Fearing pays tribute to her legacy.

What was it like working with Julia Child?

For somebody I didn’t think I would learn so much from, I really did learn a lot. The best thing I learned is “everything in moderation” and “eat whole foods.” I look back on our time together as some of the most inspiring times of my life, mainly when we were in deep discussion over a BBQ Sandwich and Pearl beer at Sonny Bryan’s in Dallas.

What do you believe is Julia Child’s lasting legacy?

She really was a culinary leader. When you were with her, you were always in an aura of food discussions. We spent more time together just talking food and nothing else.

What was the impact of appearing on In Julia’s Kitchen with Master Chefs?

It was fantastic until one day I almost killed her. We were setting up the next scene for a show and she was noodling around looking at my ingredients when she stuck her finger in the Tabasco, tasted it and suddenly started choking. She couldn’t catch her breath and everyone started running towards her including her producer, who jumped over the table. We sat her down in a chair and all I could think about was “I have just killed the Grande Dame of Cuisine and will probably be banned from cooking.” She suddenly caught her breath, looked at me and said “Whoooo that was spicy!”


The Day I Nearly Killed Julia Child

PBS Food asks Chef Dean Fearing, chef and partner of Fearing’s Restaurant, about his time with Julia Child on the show, “In Julia’s Kitchen with Master Chefs.” In the midst of the Julia Child 100th Birthday Celebration, Fearing pays tribute to her legacy.

What was it like working with Julia Child?

For somebody I didn’t think I would learn so much from, I really did learn a lot. The best thing I learned is “everything in moderation” and “eat whole foods.” I look back on our time together as some of the most inspiring times of my life, mainly when we were in deep discussion over a BBQ Sandwich and Pearl beer at Sonny Bryan’s in Dallas.

What do you believe is Julia Child’s lasting legacy?

She really was a culinary leader. When you were with her, you were always in an aura of food discussions. We spent more time together just talking food and nothing else.

What was the impact of appearing on In Julia’s Kitchen with Master Chefs?

It was fantastic until one day I almost killed her. We were setting up the next scene for a show and she was noodling around looking at my ingredients when she stuck her finger in the Tabasco, tasted it and suddenly started choking. She couldn’t catch her breath and everyone started running towards her including her producer, who jumped over the table. We sat her down in a chair and all I could think about was “I have just killed the Grande Dame of Cuisine and will probably be banned from cooking.” She suddenly caught her breath, looked at me and said “Whoooo that was spicy!”


The Day I Nearly Killed Julia Child

PBS Food asks Chef Dean Fearing, chef and partner of Fearing’s Restaurant, about his time with Julia Child on the show, “In Julia’s Kitchen with Master Chefs.” In the midst of the Julia Child 100th Birthday Celebration, Fearing pays tribute to her legacy.

What was it like working with Julia Child?

For somebody I didn’t think I would learn so much from, I really did learn a lot. The best thing I learned is “everything in moderation” and “eat whole foods.” I look back on our time together as some of the most inspiring times of my life, mainly when we were in deep discussion over a BBQ Sandwich and Pearl beer at Sonny Bryan’s in Dallas.

What do you believe is Julia Child’s lasting legacy?

She really was a culinary leader. When you were with her, you were always in an aura of food discussions. We spent more time together just talking food and nothing else.

What was the impact of appearing on In Julia’s Kitchen with Master Chefs?

It was fantastic until one day I almost killed her. We were setting up the next scene for a show and she was noodling around looking at my ingredients when she stuck her finger in the Tabasco, tasted it and suddenly started choking. She couldn’t catch her breath and everyone started running towards her including her producer, who jumped over the table. We sat her down in a chair and all I could think about was “I have just killed the Grande Dame of Cuisine and will probably be banned from cooking.” She suddenly caught her breath, looked at me and said “Whoooo that was spicy!”


Watch the video: Julia Childs 100th Celebration (July 2022).


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