Julia Child: Cooking with Master Chefs
Highlights American master chefs as they show us how to prepare their favorite recipes with Julia adding context.
Julia Child: Cooking with Master Chefs Previous Broadcasts
Amy Ferguson-Ota (Episode #106)
KQED Life: Wed, Aug 31, 2016 -- 5:00 PM
Amy Ferguson-Ota was the first female executive chef at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Hawaii. From her home kitchen in Hawaii, she prepares a green papaya salad with a Thai vinaigrette, wok-seared ono (fish) served with a banana curry, plus a steamed banana side dish.
Charles Palmer (Episode #105)
KQED Life: Wed, Aug 24, 2016 -- 5:00 PM
Chef Charles Palmer grew up in upstate New York and now owns Aureole restaurant in New York City, among others. From his home kitchen, he shares his expertise with wild game and prepares Pepper Seared Venison Steaks with Pinot Noir and Sun- Dried Cherries, Herb Potato Maximes, and a Warm Chocolate Tarragon Cake.
Lidia Bastianich (Episode #104)
KQED Life: Wed, Aug 17, 2016 -- 5:00 PM
Lidia Bastianich is the chef and co-owner, with her husband, of Felidia in New York City, among other restaurants. In her home kitchen in Queens, New York, Lidia prepares Risotto with Wild Mushrooms and Orecchiette (little ears) Pasta with Broccoli di Rape and Sweet Sausage. Her tips for cooking and serving pasta and risotto make for a perfect dish every time.
Patrick Clark (Episode #103)
KQED Life: Wed, Aug 10, 2016 -- 5:00 PM
Patrick Clark, who ran the kitchen for many years in the esteemed Hay-Adams Hotel in Washington D.C., is shown preparing Seared Peppered Salmon Roulade with Gazpacho Sauce and Horseradish Crusted Grouper, and offering tips for buying and cooking fresh fish.
Michel Richard (Episode #102)
KQED Life: Wed, Aug 3, 2016 -- 5:00 PM
Michel Richard is the chef/proprietor of L.A.'s Citrus restaurant and Citronelle restaurants in Santa Barbara, Baltimore and Washington D.C. At his home kitchen in L.A., he prepares a chocolate dome cake and hot chocolate truffles using the best ingredients he can find. His skills and suggestions for turning out a winning chocolate dome are just right for the home baker.