Julia Child: 'GMA' Looks Back at Fan-Favorite Chef

Chef who helped viewers master the art of french cooking inspires new cookbook.
1:24 | 10/19/11

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Transcript for Julia Child: 'GMA' Looks Back at Fan-Favorite Chef
-- it was heard delectable cuisine where. -- chicken and her slapstick humor. -- is her unmistakable. Voice I'm Julia Child. In 1963. Brimming with confidence and Julia Child became America's first television -- -- Campbell's whose daughter Jordan hopes that his mother can have a procurement czar. Letting her personality loose she taught Americans that cooking French food didn't have to be fancy. -- -- -- And then if something didn't turn out perfect though that was okay too. Ticket -- say goodbye she was a dear friend part of our GMA family for nearly twenty years just you can look -- -- -- An awful lot of you into the bottles junction with -- -- and then that's been hitless. Both the trustee approved food them in the -- -- and eligible to frequently collaborating with another close friend -- that. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- And she was always there to see that we enjoy what she made blown -- -- woman became one of the team.

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