“The fewer the ingredients, the faster dinner gets to the table.”  Sara Moulton   Sara Moulton is America’s Chef to the home chefs.  She was Julia Child’s protege, one of the first Food Network stars with her show Cooking Live (1996-2002) and her PBS show, Weeknight Meals is in its eighth season.   Sara Moulton…

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Anne Willan is an icon in the culinary world. As founder of Ecole de Cuisine La Varenne in Paris in 1975, she has trained some of today’s top chefs and people in the culinary industry. La Varenne was one of the first cooking schools in France to offer simultaneous instruction in French and English and…

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What does Chef Jacques Pepin keep in his pantry? What are his favorite memories of cooking with Julia Child? What food item would Chef Jacques Pepin want if he were stranded on a deserted island? This special kitchen chat with Chef Jacques Pepin marks a poignant milestone in my culinary journey as this legendary chef…

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Julia Child epitomized “joie de vivre.” She celebrated life and taught the world how to bring the techniques and tastes of French cuisine into our homes. Her meticulous approach to teaching the culinary arts was engaging and welcoming to all who joined her on this journey.   It was an honor to interview Eric Spivey,…

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Do you want to learn basic techniques and classic recipes for cooking French cuisine? Claudine Pepin’s new book Kids Cook French is for all ages.   As the daughter of the legendary Chef Jacques Pepin, Claudine developed a palate for fine food at an early age. Although Claudine is following in her father’s culinary footprints,…

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