I didn’t know, did you know…® Today in 1912, Julia Child was born. She would have been 100. Not only did she revolutionize the way Americans thought about food and cooking, she also served in the OSS, the precursor to the CIA. “I think every woman should have a blowtorch.” Check out the source to read more and check out the PSA for the National Women's History Museum we worked on, directed by Catherine Hardwicke.
Eugénie Brazier, the queen and mother of modern french cooking.The first chef awarded six Michelin stars. Leading chefs including Paul Bocuse have trained with her. Brazier was feared for her ferocious temper and respected for her exacting standards. “her chicken supplier quipped that he would have to give his cockerels a manicure before bringing them up to her.”