Cooking up a plate of fluffy buttermilk pancakes isn’t just a great life skill, it’s also an opportunity to work in some serious math and science lessons. Plus, the results are delicious!
Feb. 11, 1963: Julia Child’s The French Chef Premieres
On this day in 1963, Julia Child’s The French Chef, a WGBH production, premiered on television. One of the first cooking shows, The French Chef introduced complex French recipes and techniques to American homes.
Celebrate the life of Julia Child with PBS Food’s Julia Child collection.
Watch episodes, get recipes and take the Julia quiz.
Photo: Julia Child on set of The French Chef (PBS).
QUIZ: Super Bowl ads get almost as much attention as the game itself.
Even picky eaters are likely to become fans of these crispy baked Parmesan green bean “fries.”
Shredded zucchini adds vitamins and minerals to traditional pancakes without changing the flavor. Once you try them, you might get hooked!
Açaí is a super food that boosts the immune system during cold season.
TONIGHT: Jiro Dreams of Sushi is a mouth-watering documentary about a three-Michelin-star master sushi chef humbly devoting his life to achieving perfection.
Don’t miss this elegant meditation on work, family, and the art of excellence when it premieres on Independent Lens on PBS at 10/9c.
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