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Julia Child Memories: Bon Appetit!

Savor a retrospective that includes some of the most memorable episodes from Julia Child’s classic cooking series, THE FRENCH CHEF: “Bouillabaisse à la Marseillaise,” “To Roast a Chicken” and “The Omelette Show.” In addition to testimonials from noted chefs, the program features commentary from Meryl Streep, who played Julia in the movie "Julie & Julia," and author Julie Powell, who wrote the book on which that film is based. Enjoy photos from Julia's THE FRENCH CHEF television series below.

Julia Child is credited with introducing French cooking techniques to mainstream America in THE FRENCH CHEF, which began in 1963. Here, she lines up chickens of various sizes.

Julia Child is credited with introducing French cooking techniques to mainstream America in THE FRENCH CHEF, which began in 1963. Here, she lines up chickens of various sizes.

Credit: Courtesy of Paul Child

Julia Child is credited with introducing French cooking techniques to mainstream America in THE FRENCH CHEF, which began in 1963. She's shown here with the television crew.

Julia Child is credited with introducing French cooking techniques to mainstream America in THE FRENCH CHEF, which began in 1963. She's shown here with the television crew.

Credit: Courtesy of Paul Child

Julia Child is credited with introducing French cooking techniques to mainstream America in THE FRENCH CHEF, which began in 1963. Here, she shows viewers how to make French bread.

Julia Child is credited with introducing French cooking techniques to mainstream America in THE FRENCH CHEF, which began in 1963. Here, she shows viewers how to make French bread.

Credit: Courtesy of Paul Child

Julia Child is credited with introducing French cooking techniques to mainstream America in THE FRENCH CHEF, which began in 1963. Here, she shops at an open-air market.

Julia Child is credited with introducing French cooking techniques to mainstream America in THE FRENCH CHEF, which began in 1963. Here, she shops at an open-air market.

Credit: Courtesy of Paul Child

Julia Child is credited with introducing French cooking techniques to mainstream America in THE FRENCH CHEF, which began in 1963. Here, she displays a perfectly poached pear.

Julia Child is credited with introducing French cooking techniques to mainstream America in THE FRENCH CHEF, which began in 1963. Here, she displays a perfectly poached pear.

Credit: Courtesy of Paul Child

Julia Child is credited with introducing French cooking techniques to mainstream America in THE FRENCH CHEF, which began in 1963. Here, she readies a turkey for roasting.

Julia Child is credited with introducing French cooking techniques to mainstream America in THE FRENCH CHEF, which began in 1963. Here, she readies a turkey for roasting.

Credit: Courtesy of Paul Child

Julia Child is credited with introducing French cooking techniques to mainstream America in THE FRENCH CHEF, which began in 1963. Here, she samples her own cooking.

Julia Child is credited with introducing French cooking techniques to mainstream America in THE FRENCH CHEF, which began in 1963. Here, she samples her own cooking.

Credit: Courtesy of Paul Child

Julia Child is credited with introducing French cooking techniques to mainstream America in THE FRENCH CHEF, which began in 1963. Here, she prepares a chocolate mousse.

Julia Child is credited with introducing French cooking techniques to mainstream America in THE FRENCH CHEF, which began in 1963. Here, she prepares a chocolate mousse.

Credit: Courtesy of Paul Child

Julia Child is credited with introducing French cooking techniques to mainstream America in THE FRENCH CHEF, which began in 1963. Here, she prepares fish.

Julia Child is credited with introducing French cooking techniques to mainstream America in THE FRENCH CHEF, which began in 1963. Here, she prepares fish.

Credit: Courtesy of Paul Child