This appeared on this site in August 2012.
Credited as the woman who revolutionized North America’s relationship with food, Julia Child remains a culinary icon whose books, TV series and inimitable culinary style live on in the hearts of chefs, home cooks and gourmands who continue to be inspired by her.
At 91, Child passed away at her home in Santa Barbara, CA in 2004. August 15th, 2012 marked the 100th year anniversary of her birthday. In celebration of this occasion, we have taken the voices of those who knew Julia best in a series of documentary-style podcasts.
Part 1: Julia Child’s Inner Circle: Judith Jones, Alex Prud’homme and Bob Spitz
Part 2: The Canadian Connection: Alison Fryer, Hart Melvin, Mark McEwan and Jamie Kennedy
Part 3: Stephanie Hersh
Part 4: Judith Jones
“I don’t think about whether people will remember me or not. I’ve been an okay person. I’ve learned a lot. I’ve taught people a thing or two. That’s what’s important.” – Julia Child
Tributes to Julia Child
Marion invites Julia Child to the Toronto Star Test Kitchen in 1999
Marion talks to Good Food Revolution’s Malcolm Jolley about Julia Child, 2012
Marion talks about Julia Child and the new movie, Julie and Julia, on Q
(CBC Radio One — August 7, 2009)