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The Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and the Culinary Arts

Julia Child made cooking fun. She inspired millions to take to the kitchen and appreciate the pleasures of making and eating good food. In 1995, Julia had the foresight to establish The Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and the Culinary Arts to further her far-reaching impact as a teacher and mentor after her death. Since 2004, the Foundation, through grants made to other non-profit organizations and by presenting the Julia Child Award, continues Julia’s legacy, educating and encouraging others to live well through the joys of cooking, eating and drinking well.



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2019 Julia Child Award Recipient

Congratulations to chef, restaurateur and humanitarian José Andrés, the recipient of the 5th annual Julia Child Award. For more on Andrés and the Julia Child Award, visit the Julia Child Award web site.

Save the Date!

The 5th Annual Food History Gala will take place Thursday, November 7 at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the Museum’s web site

Inside Julia’s Kitchen

The Foundation is in season five of our podcast, Inside Julia’s Kitchen, on Heritage Radio Network. Tune in to hear host Todd Schulkin interview the people shaping the way we cook and think about food.

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Julia Child shared a post.Monday, June 24th, 2019 at 2:40am
Our esteemed panel of judges have given a thorough perusal of all of this month's beautifully-crafted #YouAndJulia cheesed-based submissions, and we've got some favorites! Thanks again to all those who took the time to channel their inner-Julia Child as well as Tiffani Faison for getting the ball rolling at Fool’s Errand Boston. The featured chef for July's challenge will be revealed Monday!

Best Presented: Max T.
Best Effort: Anna R.
One We Want to Try: Max T.

MORE: http://to.wgbh.org/6185EqdCx
Monday, June 24th, 2019 at 2:57am
How can food be a barrier breaker? We’re asking Naz Deravian @bottomofthepot1 on this week’s episode of Inside Julia’s Kitchen on @Heritage_Radio. Listen, subscribe and rate the podcast on iTunes: https://t.co/oRsXEIKCAf
Monday, June 24th, 2019 at 1:21am
Join @FourPoundsFlour and @ashleyroseyoung for a discussion of how railroads transformed travel and food production in the American West. Free Friday June 28 at 1pm @amhistorymuseum #SmithsonianFood https://t.co/LC7L9JF6kJ
Thursday, June 20th, 2019 at 11:42pm
Tune in to Inside Julia’s Kitchen to hear host @tschulkin and guest Naz Deravian @bottomofthepot1 discuss the twin pulls of nostalgia and assimilation in the kitchen @Heritage_Radio @IACPculinary Listen, subscribe and rate the podcast on iTunes: https://t.co/oRsXEIKCAf https://t.co/qcexyCcLBF JuliaChildJCF photo
Wednesday, June 19th, 2019 at 11:30pm
What’s your favorite way to shop for food? This week’s Inside Julia’s Kitchen dives into public markets vs. farmers’ markets with David Matchett, Head of Food Policy Development at London’s @boroughmarket @Heritage_Radio
https://t.co/oRsXEIKCAf
Wednesday, June 19th, 2019 at 4:13am
On the latest episode of Inside Julia’s Kitchen, David Matchett of London’s @boroughmarket shares a ducky #JuliaMoment @Heritage_Radio https://t.co/oRsXEIKCAf
Wednesday, June 19th, 2019 at 1:54am
London’s @boroughmarket is serious about sustainability. On this week’s Inside Julia’s Kitchen, David Matchett, the market’s Head of Food Policy Development, explains how they make a zero waste public market happen. @Heritage_Radio
https://t.co/oRsXEJ2drN