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The French chef with Julia Child.

Author: Julia ChildRussell MorashRuth LockwoodDavid GriffithsDavid B AtwoodAll authors
Publisher: Boston : WGBH Boston Video, ©2005.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : EnglishView all editions and formats
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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 collection of eighteen episodes from her original 1960's series. Includes downloadable recipes and a bibliography.
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Genre/Form: Television cooking shows
Instructional television programs
Named Person: Julia Child; Julia Child
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Julia Child; Russell Morash; Ruth Lockwood; David Griffiths; David B Atwood; Russell Fortier; WGBH (Television station : Boston, Mass.); WGBH Video (Firm)
ISBN: 1593752377 9781593752378
OCLC Number: 59134316
Notes: Special features: Printable recipes from The French chef cookbook ; Julia Child bibliography.
Credits: Produced by Russell Morash and Ruth Lockwood ; directed by Russell Morash, David B. Atwood, Russell Fortier or David Griffiths ; designer, Francis Mahard, Jr. ; co-producer, Roger Smith.
Performer(s): Host, Julia Child.
Event notes: Originally broadcast as episodes of The French chef 1962-1972.
Target Audience: Rating: Not rated.
Description: 3 videodiscs (432 minutes) : sound, color and black & white ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD; region 1, NTSC; full screen presentation; Dolby digital.
Contents: Disc 1. Starters and side dishes. 1. The potato show / produced and directed by Russell Morash ; associate producer, Ruth Lockwood ; WGBH-TV Boston --
2. Your own French onion soup / produced by Ruth Lockwood ; directed by David Griffiths ; WGBH-TV Boston --
3. Bouillabaisse / produced and directed by Russell Morash ; associate producer, Ruth Lockwood ; WGBH-TV Boston --
4. The spinach twins / producer, Ruth Lockwood ; director, David B. Atwood ; WGBH Boston (c1970) --
5. Salade Niçoise / producer, Ruth Lockwood ; director, David B. Atwood ; a production of WGBH Boston (c1970) --
6. French fries / producer, Ruth Lockwood ; director, Russell Fortier ; a production of WGBH Boston (c1972). Disc 2. Main courses. 1. Boeuf bourguignon / produced and directed by Russell Morash ; assistant producer, Ruth Lockwood ; WGBH-TV Boston --
2. To roast a chicken / producer, Ruth Lockwood ; director, David b. Atwood ; a production of WGBH Boston (c1970) --
3. The lobster show / producer, Ruth Lockwood ; co-producer, Roger Smith ; director, Russell Fortier ; a production of WGBH Boston (c1971) --
4. To stuff a sausage / producer, Ruth Lockwood ; co-producer, Roger Smith ; director, Russell Fortier ; a production of WGBH Boston (c1971) --
5. Tripes à la mode / producer, Ruth Lockwood ; director, Russell Fortier ; a production of WGBH Boston (c1972) --
6. The whole fish story / producer, Ruth Lockwood ; co-producer, Roger Smith ; director, Russell Fortier ; a production of WGBH Boston (c1971). Disc 3. Baking, desserts, and other classics. 1. Queen of sheba cake / produced by Ruth Lockwood ; directed by David Griffiths ; WGBH-TV Boston --
2. Cheese and wine party / producer, Ruth Lockwood ; director, David b. Atwood ; a production of WBGH Boston (c1970) --
3. Apple dessert : la tarte tatin / producer, Ruth Lockwood ; director, David B. Atwood ; a production of WGBH Boston (c1971) --
4. Mousse au chocolat / producer, Ruth Lockwood ; co-producer, Roger Smith ; director, Russell Fortier ; a prodcuction of WGBH Boston ; (c1971) --
5. The good loaf : pain de mie / producer, Ruth Lockwood ; director, Russell Fortier ; a production of WGBH Boston (c1972) --
6. The omelette show / producer, Ruth Lockwood ; director, Russell Fortier ; a production of WGBH Boston (c1972).
Other Titles: French chef
French chef (Television program)

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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 collection of eighteen episodes from her original 1960's series. Includes downloadable recipes and a bibliography.

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Julia Child! The French Chef

(EMRO user published 2007-02-02 ) Very Good Permalink
When Julia Child moved to France with her husband in 1948, she had something in common with Bridget Jones of diary fame. She could not cook. The first disc of this 3-DVD set is Julia Child! America’s Favorite Chef, the 2004 biography produced for the <a href="http://www.pbs.org/wnet/americanmasters/database/child_j.html">American...
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