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Julia Child:
Home Cooking with Master Chefs

Julia Child Master Chefs

Interactive Cooking Lessons
From 16 All-Star Chefs

Follow Julia Child into the lively kitchen of 16 influential chefs for a "virtual apprenticeship" in the art of cooking. Here's the interactive way to gain culinary expertise and savor memorable meals at the same time.

"The art of cooking is indeed a noble hobby," Julia remarks. and you'll agree, whether you're new to cooking or a practiced home chef. Here are 25 detailed video lessons, 100+ recipes, plus more than 250 inventive and time-saving tips to help you easily acquire the confidence and creativity of the true gourmet. Master unique salads, perfectly sauced pastas, exotic curries, irresistible desserts, and much more.

Fill your home with the rich aromas of mouth-watering dishes. Discover more then 100 original recipes, each with a tantalizing photo. You can scale recipe ingredients from an intimate candlelit supper to a holiday feast for 12. More than 400 photographic references pop open to provide useful information on ingredients, cookware, and utensils. Automatic shopping lists are an added convenience.

"Just watching a practiced cook handle a knife is a learning experience..." Enjoy "live" demonstrations with video clips from the Emmy Award-nominated TV series.

"The more one learns, the easier, faster, and more enjoyable cooking is." Watching the featured chefs in action, you'll learn secrets that take the mystery out of gourmet meals. Enjoy whole lessons from start to finish, or watch selected steps at your leisure. with every viewing, you'll discover new techniques to try in your own kitchen.

You'll get to know each of the 16 profiled chefs through Julia's narrated biographies and their easy-to-follow demonstrations of the best ways to melt chocolate, chop garlic, knead bread dough, fillet salmon, and much more. Plus, Julia herself takes you on special multimedia tours of her kitchen, pantry, and wine cellar.

Featured Chefs:

  • Lidia Bastianich
  • Jan Birnbaum
  • Patrick Clark
  • Robert Del Grande
  • Amy Ferguson-Ota
  • Emeril Lagasse
  • Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger
  • Jean-Louis Palladin
  • Charles Palmer
  • Jacques Pepin
  • Michel Richard
  • Nancy Silverton
  • Andre Soltner
  • Jeremiah Tower
  • Alice Waters

To use Julia Child: Home Cooking with Master Chefs, you need:

  • A Multimedia PC or compatible with a 386SX or higher processor; 4 MB of RAM;
  • 6 MB of available hard-disk space; double-speed CD-ROM drive; audio board; and VGA or higher-resolution monitor, minimum 256-color support.
  • MS-DOS operating system version 3.1 or later
  • Microsoft Windows operating system version 3.1 or later including Windows 95
  • Microsoft Mouse or compatible pointing device
  • Headphones or speakers

by Julia Child
Photographs by Michael McLaughlin
U.S.A. $35.00, Canada $49.00 (Hardcover)
Alfred A. Knopf
Released 1995
ISBN: 0-679-76005-9
(Reprinted with permission.)


Julia Child's Cooking Tips
from "In Julia's Kitchen with Master Chefs"

Garlic Lore And Handling Tips From Julia
Julia's Strawberry or Raspberry Sauce or Coulis
Julia's Notes On Cooking Green Beans
Julia's Notes On Anchovies
Julia's Notes On Peeling, Seeding, and Juicing Tomatoes

More Julia Child

Tipping Our Toques to the True Master
Photos from the Julia Child Awards, May 1996

This Archived Page created between 1994 and 2001. Modified August 2007

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