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America’s passion for fine food took a huge leap forward in the 20th century through the work of two special cooks, Julia Child and James Beard. Child has gotten her due of late with the 2009 film, “Julie & Julia,” and a recent WHRO-...
The next time you pop a french fry into your mouth or throw some olive oil into the frying pan, thank Thomas Jefferson. For it was Jefferson who popularized those foods in the United States. More than just individual food items, Jefferson was a player on...
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...
Tags: Meryl Streep, France, Wines, Beverage Industry, New Products
Google’s stated goal is to index all of the world’s information. So what do you know about some of the subjects of its popular, logo-altering Google Doodles? nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;...
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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...
Last night's presidential debate was a controversial one, as most modern political events tend to be these days. One of the biggest talkers coming out of the first debate was GOP contender Mitt Romney straight up admitting that he's going to cut PBS...
If you'd told pastry chef Hedy Goldsmith 20 years ago that she'd one day cook on the "Today" show, she'd have said "Absolutely not!" It's not like Goldsmith wouldn't have loved showing off her pastries to an audience of millions. But pastry chefs...
Food? Art? History? It's all here in this slightly quirky city On that famous restaurant byway, Rue Merciere, servers were putting chairs on tabletops and sweeping up crumbs. I had arrived in this gourmand paradise far too late for dinner. Feeling...
Michael Joseph Wagner, an award-winning chef who taught at the old Baltimore International College, died of melanoma Sept. 17 at the Gilchrist Hospice of Columbia. He was 52 and lived in Columbia. Born in Baltimore and raised in Rodgers Forge and in...
Contributing columnistYou’re staying. No, you’re going. You’re staying and then you’re going. The truth is it’s going to be a nice long summer, so you can do what you want to do. One thing’s for sure, though: You want to do it with a book....
For some, a spatula and a pan are merely decorative objects in the kitchen. Katie Averill wants to change that and help people ditch the takeout and learn how to cook. Averill, a Laguna Beach resident who has nearly 20 years of experience opening top...
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