1. Quotes by Julia Child


    from Lauren Kong Added 69 1 1

    A stop motion video made by Lauren Kong. Featuring sugar, spice, and a lot of loss sleep! Excuse the sudden ending! This was a project assigned in a typography class that I took. The focus was to explore different typographical forms in motion.

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    • making a great serve day


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      This video is about making a great serve day

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      • Episode 3: Let US PARTAY like Julia Child on Facebook


        from Steph - Your Happy Pampered Chef Added 12 0 0

        Sometimes you don't have time to hang out and clean your house so that your friends can come in and MAYBE cook with you. Sometimes you'd rather just "socialize" with your homies on the interwebz. GREAT! Let' do THAT with a Pampered Chef Facebook Party!

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        • Burn Ellie Goulding & Julia Child


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          the first video! この 作品 は クリエイティブ・コモンズ 表示 - 非営利 4.0 国際 ライセンスの下に提供されています。

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          • NYWCA Oral History Project


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            One day in early 1981, an exciting rumor was weaving its way through the test kitchens, restaurants, magazines, catering halls, food businesses, and publishing houses of New York City. There was to be a meeting at La Tulipe, an intimate French restaurant in the Village, and a professional women’s food organization was to be formed. Approximately seventy-five eager women showed up. Sara Moulton and Maria Reuge enthusiastically described their vision of the New York Women’s Culinary Alliance, which they founded with Julia Child’s encouragement and a strong endorsement by the Boston Women’s Culinary Guild. The timing for this meeting couldn’t have been more perfect: Young women were struggling to gain entry into and recognition for their contributions in the culinary and related fields. Sara and Maria believed that by banding together under a common cause, women could gain the strength and obtain the support needed to enable them to achieve their goals. Thirty-two years and over two hundred thirty-five members later, it is clear that the New York Women’s Culinary Alliance has seen the hopes and dreams of its membership come true. The New York Women's Culinary Alliance (NYWCA), founded in 1982, has grown into a thriving organization of professional women in the food and wine industry. NYWCA member Carol Durst-Wertheim leads the organization's Oral History Project, and interviewed 13 early and founding members of the Alliance for this four-minute clip about the group's history. The Oral History Project of the NYWCA, including over 12 hours of interviews with early members, was added to the “Voices of the Food Revolution” at New York University's Fales Special Library Collection. This treasured compilation of interviews joins the Marion Nestle Food Studies Collection at Fales--a collection that contains more than 55,000 cookbooks, archives and memorabilia.

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            • WannaChef.Julie&Julia selection


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              El GastroCinema es una parte importante del mundo WannaChef ya que nos abre la puerta hacia el mundo de los chefs. Con Julie&Julia descubrimos la pasión de Julia Child y muchos secretos de la cocina.

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              • The Essex Room Celebrates with an Ode to Julia


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                Chef Ned Grieg of the Essex Room leads a cooking demonstration and dinner featuring Julia Child's recipes.

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                • Julia Sans Julie


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                  I'm a big fan of Biopics. So as much as I love Amy Adams, I really only want to watch Meryl Streep's award winning performance depicting the ever so charming Julia Child. So I cut the movie Julie and Julia down to just the Julia parts. Please enjoy Julia Sans Julie.

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                  • COOKING WITH THE CHILDS:


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                    Cooking with the Childs: Beer Can Chicken and Sauteed Vegetables #dinner #beercanchicken #JuliaChild #sautéing #vegetables #1stCameoVideo #madeonaniphone Made with my iPhone. Edited with the Cameo app. http://cameo.tv/vjnet

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                    • Cooking Shows


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                      Cooking Shows 2013 digital video with Baker-Miller Pink filter (4:3 ratio) duration 1:57 hours (loop) Sample Clip: 6:37 minutes "Cooking Shows" is a video piece apart of "The Schauss Kitchen," an interactive body of work that addresses the psychological and physiological responses to the specific color Baker-Miller Pink. The installation is comprised of found objects, sculpture, video, and performance that explore visceral awareness in relation to this pink, a color scientifically proven to suppress aggression and appetite. Initially demonstrated in the 1978 Dr. Alexander Schauss study, a subject exposed to this color for 15 minutes will eventually become calm, physically weaker in strength, and experience a loss of appetite. With "Cooking Shows", Reynolds addresses the Schauss study by presenting the viewer with almost 2 hours of unedited cooking shows entirely filtered with Baker-Miller Pink, curbing the viewer's hunger with each second that passes instead of whetting their appetite. The previously visually appealing food preparations are altered and confused with the reversing effects of the Baker-Miller Pink filter. The found footage in "Cooking Shows" coated in Baker-Miller pink are at once rendered useless and unnecessary, now hypnotic pink shadows of dietary preparation. The Schauss Kitchen project forces the viewer past mere exposure to Baker-Miller Pink and into literal self-reflection, bathing the viewer and their immediate surroundings in the rosy tint. Through this surreptitious installation, video, and performance, Reynolds creates the opportunity to physically alter the viewer, disrupting the cultural narrative of consumption and effectively changing the viewer's dietary and social interactions.

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