PBS Digital Studios Make Julia Child Remix in Honor of Her 100th Birthday

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Turn the house speakers all the way up and let Julia Child, with her blessed chocolate-loving soul and gracious spirit, invade every nook and cranny of your chalet. As


reported, in celebration of what would have been her 100th birthday on August 15,

PBS Digital Studios

made a Julia Child Remix that will make you fat and happy just watching it.

"What makes a great chef? Well, training and technique of course, a genuine love of food, a generous personality and the ability to invent hot chocolate truffles."

Take it Julia...

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