Agnes Marshall’s high-concept recipes put modern chefs to shame.
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee was not only a real person, but a culinary talent who headed the kitchen at a New York icon and catered a presidential wedding.
Long before Emeril Lagasse and even Julia Child, folks were learning the ins and outs of cuisine from their televisions.
Cooking knowledge has been passed down since the first human thought to grill meat over a fire, but formal culinary schools are a much more recent invention.
We remember the life and legacy of cooking sensation Julia Child, who would have turned 100 this August 15.