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Dining@LargeOne morning I woke up at 4 and didn't have anything better to do, so I got down one of my Julia Child cookbooks and made boeuf bourguignon. We had it for dinner that night and it was fabulous, so......
When Charlie Trotter announced, just past the stroke of midnight on New Year's Day, that he would be closing his eponymous Chicago restaurant at the end of August, quite a few people vowed to get to Charlie Trotter's, one last time or even for the very...
"To Master the Art," William Brown and Doug Frew's biographical drama about the life and work of the famed culinary icon Julia Child, is to have a reprise commercial engagement at the Broadway Playhouse in Chicago this fall. The piece, which stars Karen...
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Robert Mondavi was to California wine what Julia Child was to French food in the United States. He turned on generations of thirsty North Americans to the possibilities wine has to offer. And while it took a movie starring Meryl Streep to make Child a...
Q: I really did enjoy everyone celebrating Julia Child's birthday. But, I do remember another chef that was on television before her, James Beard. I remember seeing his cooking shows and I guess there are no tapes or films that were saved, or maybe...
No question about it, Julia Child managed to find love and success and a career and cook a mess of really yummy food. And do it on her terms, too. That's the teachable message for kids of all ages in "Bon Appetit! The Delicious Life of Julia Child"...
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The omelet seems obvious: eggs cooked flat, filled and folded. Imagine my surprise, then, to discover that the simple supper I often serve is not an omelet. It's an American omelet. Nothing like a French omelet. The difference comes down to technique....
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Julia Child would have been 100 on Aug. 15, and though the beloved star of television's "The French Chef" died in 2004, she is clearly not forgotten. Alfred A. Knopf, Child's longtime publisher, is whooping it up on social media with a centenary...
Nothing quite says 4th of July -- and American independence from unreasonable taxation and those intrusive federal regulations -- like a chicken with a beer can stuck up its behind, roasting silently over wood charcoal. Nothing. Cynics may call it a...
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July 14 is Bastille Day in France, and it truly is, as the French call it, "La Fete Nationale." The celebration marks the day in 1789 when angry mobs stormed the notorious Bastille prison in Paris and symbolizes the start of the French Revolution....
Daily DishFood FYI: On the menu -- rat meat...
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