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Also by Julia Child:

My Life In France, July 2009
Trade Size
Julia's Kitchen Wisdom, July 2009
Hardcover
My Life in France, April 2006
Hardcover
The French Chef, April 2005
DVD
The French Chef Cookbook, August 2002
Trade Size (reprint)
Mastering The Art of French Cooking, October 2001
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The Way To Cook, October 1993
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Mastering the Art of French Cooking, September 1983
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The French Chef
Julia Child

Cooking legend and cultural icon Julia Child, along with her pioneering public television series, The French Chef, introduced French cuisine to American kitchens. Season 1

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April 2005
Featuring: Julia Child
ISBN: 9999999888
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$39.95
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Cooking legend and cultural icon Julia Child, along with her pioneering public television series, The French Chef, introduced French cuisine to American kitchens. In her passionate and sometimes breathless way, Julia forever changed the way we cook, eat, and think about food. Entertaining, fun, and real in a way that influenced every television cooking program that followed, The French Chef embraced Julia's passion for food and teaching and reflected her joie de vivre: "If I can do it, you can do it...and here's how to do it!"

Now chefs of all ages and abilities can share Julia's love of fine French food and learn to cook some of her most- loved dishes with this special collection of 18 episodes from her original 1960s series, The French Chef. In her signature style and with bloopers intact, Julia demonstrates such classic recipes as boeuf bourguignon from her debut show, salade Nicoise, bouillabaisse a la Marseillaise, mousseline au chocolat, and many more delicious dishes.

Bon appetit!

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