Julia Child Remixed: “What makes a great chef?” (VIDEO)

| August 14, 2012 | 2 Comments
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Julia Child - Hot Chocolate Truffles

Julia Child: “What makes a great chef? Well…training and technique of course, plus a great love of food, a generous personality, and the ability to invent Hot Chocolate Truffles.”

In celebration of her 100th birthday, Julia Child Remixed by John D. Boswell, aka melodysheep, for PBS Digital Studios.

Visit pbs.org/food to join in the celebration, with additional videos, recipes and more. You can leave your own tribute to The French Chef by cooking a Julia recipe and sharing it on Facebook and Twitter with #CookForJulia.

Check out KQED’s Julia Child Tribute page and Celebrating Julia Child’s Centennial: How “The French Chef” Became TV’s First Hit Cooking Show.

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  • Grace

    Thank you Ms Julia Child, you not only have inspired me to get into the kitchen to cook and whip up beautiful cakes and bakes, you have also inspired my daughter who love food but not getting her hands dirty, before!
    Now, she still love food but she cook and prepare them too, ever since she has the book Mastering The Art of French Cooking. Thank you Julia.