Created by The Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and the Culinary Arts, Inside Julia’s Kitchen is your window into the Foundation’s world. Through our podcast, you’ll meet the bright lights of today’s food world, from the organizations the Foundation supports and works with to further Julia’s legacy to individuals at the forefront of cooking, culinary history, and food writing. We’ll be talking to those who are shaping the way we eat, cook and think about food, just as Julia did by inviting the country’s top talent into her kitchen. So, grab a seat at the Foundation’s table and listen in.
Meet Kevin Morse
This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin welcomes Kevin Morse, the founder of Cairnspring Mills in Western Washington State. They discuss how Cairnspring is rebuilding our food system through milling, why we need more mills to thrive, and how he sees local mills as a tool for revitalizing rural communities. As always, Kevin shares a Julia Moment.
You can purchase flour directly from the Cairnspring Mills website, Cairnspring.com.
Happy Birthday, Julia: Part II
In part II of our special Julia Moment double episode, we’re celebrating Julia’s birthday by highlighting Julia’s impact as a teacher, as well as memories of her unforgettable warmth and hospitality. This week’s Julia Moments come from chef, cooking teacher and restaurateur, Lidia Bastianich, New York Times food writer Eric Kim, 2021 Julia Child Award Recipient Toni Tipton Martin, chef Claudette Zepeda, food writer Karen Stabiner, chef Antonia Lofaso, who was the head judge on Food Network’s The Julia Child Challenge, and the creator of the show, Blake Davis.
Happy Birthday, Julia: Part I
In honor of what would have been Julia’s 110th birthday on August 15, we’re devoting two episodes of Inside Julia’s Kitchen to some of our favorite Julia Moments from the last few seasons. Part I features “Bread Book” co-authors Chad Robertson and Jen Latham, Chef Sandy D’Amato, Philadelphia Inquirer Food Editor Jamila Robinson, St. John Frizell of Brooklyn’s Gage & Tollner, and Jaíne Mackievicz, the winner of Food Network’s The Julia Child Challenge. Tune in to hear Julia Moments that reflect the joy and inspiration Julia brings to so many, as well as her impact as a talented writer.
Meet Christine Tobin
This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, Todd Schulkin welcomes food stylist Christine Tobin, who made the food on HBO Max’s “Julia” look so irresistible, and who is currently on set in France, filming season two. They discuss styling food for film and television, how the choreography and the food for the scenes come together, and why working in restaurants is good training for food styling in film and television. Plus, as always, Christine shares a Julia Moment.
Rebuilding Our Food System
This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, we’re breaking with our usual format to feature the 2022 Taste of Santa Barbara Rebuilding Our Food System Panel Discussion, which was recorded in front of a live audience in May. Join host Todd Schulkin, along with panelists Sarah Koyo, a food sovereignty activist, Stefan Selbert of Las Cumbres Ranch, Melissa Sorongon of Piedrasassi Wine & Bread and Jessica Vieira of Apeel Sciences, for a discussion of the food system innovations taking place in Santa Barbara County and how they can serve as a model for the nation.
Meet Jaíne Mackievicz
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Reminds me of the 1960’s
Fun & charming talk story hour shared by Jaine to the clever Todd.
Jaines journey seems a perfect winner for the Julia challenge. I do believe Julia is watching over Jaine.
This must be the very “Top Choice” of all your shows, Claudia Roden is another “Julia” an authentic down to earth researcher.
The histories she shared is priceless & explains the influences of all the Empires and ancestral acknowledgement still today. Of course her new book is a MUST, rather a cook or not.
Her Julia shares are priceless, especially “the picnic saga”. She had spent enough time with Julia & observing her interactions w/ fans, she describes J to a tee.
What a great learning experience and Joy to listen to, please have her guest often, there is so much more for her to share. A box of chocolates is my thought....