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National Museum of American History  Search this
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Youtube videos
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2015-03-25T18:04:23Z
Video Title:
American History (After Hours): The French Chef, American-Style
Description:
What happened after America mastered French cooking? Starting in the late 1960s, food luminaries such as Julia Child and her editor Judith Jones, as well as countless food-loving Americans, began to look away from Europe and toward their own country for inspiration, exploring the rich heritage of American regional cooking with a new sense of appreciation and curiosity. Listen to food history writers Alex Prud'homme (co-author of My Life in France) and Sara Franklin (who recently conducted a life oral history of Jones) as they discuss the renewal of American regional food culture after Julia's debut as The French Chef.
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702
Video Duration:
52 min 19 sec
Topic:
American History  Search this
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Education  Search this
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National Museum of American History
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