On what would have been 100th birthday for
The Washington Post reports that the National Museum of American
The Christian Science Monitor offers a tribute that includes her recipe for Beef Bourguignon. "Julia viewed food as one of the greatest pleasures in life, a pleasure worth the small sacrifice of a wider waistline. (Who needs to be a size 4 anyway?) She embraced cooking as an art form akin to ballet. And she cooked with the same inspired strokes of an artist to create timeless gastronomical masterpieces," the article says.
PBS, where Child offered a peek at Food Channel shows to come, provides a recipe for roast chicken ("the real test of a good chef is a perfectly cooked chicken," she once said), videos on apple desserts and a Which Julia Are You? quiz.