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 Chris Keyser and Emily Bensinger
To celebrate season two of “Julia,” now streaming on Max, this week’s Inside Julia’s Kitchen features series writers Chris Keyser and Emily Bensinger. Host Todd Schulkin talks to Chris and Emily about what interested them in Julia’s story and why they choose to focus on her groundbreaking television series, “The French Chef.” They also share a sneak peek of what’s to come in season two, and explain why they decided to open this season in France. Plus, we get a double Julia Moment.
Meet Christine Tobin
To celebrate season two of “Julia,” Max’s scripted series inspired by Julia’s life, we’re revisiting episode 164. Tune in to hear host Todd Schulkin in conversation with the show’s food stylist, Christine Tobin. 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 #JuliaMoment.
Meet Kimberly Carver
To celebrate season two of “Julia,” Max’s scripted series inspired by Julia’s life, we’re revisiting episode 158. Tune in to hear host Todd Schulkin in conversation with television producer Kimberly Carver, the force behind both “Julia,” and “The Julia Child Challenge,” a Food Network cooking competition. They discuss how both shows came to be, the public reaction, and whether we’ve hit maximum Julia or there’s room for more. Plus, as always Kimberly shares a #JuliaMoment.
Meet Fiona Glascott and Daniel Goldfarb
To celebrate season two of “Julia,” Max’s scripted series inspired by Julia’s life, we’re revisiting episode 154. Tune in to hear host Todd Schulkin in conversation with actress Fiona Glascott, who portrays Julia’s long-time editor, Judith Jones, and Daniel Goldfarb, who helped bring Julia’s story to the small screen. Fiona and Daniel share their perspectives on Julia’s legacy, when the show veers from the truth, and of course, the food. Plus, we get a double #JuliaMoment.
Meet Nancy Silverton
This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, Todd Schulkin welcomes chef, restaurateur, and cookbook author Nancy Silverton. They discuss Italian food in America, as well as Italian food in Italy, resilience in the restaurant industry, and Nancy’s new cookbook, The Cookie That Changed My Life. Plus, Nancy shares her famous Julia Moment.
Happy Birthday, Julia Child!
This week, on a very special episode of Inside Julia’s Kitchen, we’re celebrating what would have been Julia’s 111th birthday. Join host Todd Schulkin, as he highlights some of our favorite Julia Moments from the last year, including Julia memories shared by chef and restaurateur Serigne Mbaye of DAKAR NOLA; Rachel Stroer, President of the Land Institute; drinks expert Robert Simonson; Barkha Cardoz of Cardoz Legacy; baker and author Rose Levy Berenbaum; Kevin Morse, the founder of Cairnspring Mills; pastry chef Sandra Adu Zelli; chef Eric Ripert of New York’s Le Bernardin; and one of the Foundation’s Trustees, Alex Prud’homme, who is Julia’s grand-nephew and a journalist and author. Tune in as we say Happy Birthday to Julia! (Photo: Schlesinger Library, used with permission)
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.
Season 2 DeliciousDeliciousDelicious
in Provence because it was right!
Pauls twin brother- masterful.
Gorgeous people in a gorgeous time.
I know Julia through her BW tv shows
Then her later guest cook shows in SantaBarbara. Then JuliaJulie.
Then met her in LaJolla at Warwicks & bought her cookbook which she personally signed. I began to cook.
Today im preparing to bake my annual Buche de Noel for our family.
Merci et joyeux noel Clare
Todd’s treatment of all things Julia has been incredible. Really, it is a bright part of my weekend after each show drops (I save them for Sundays, where I can relax and enjoy). I’ve been a fan of Julia’s for much of my life and I can’t imagine a better way to keep her in living memory.