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Topic - Jacques Pépin
What price fame? Perhaps a raw deal on your meal, says Jacques Pepin.
When renowned chef Jacques Pepin prepares this summer salad, he uses a melon baller to cut the watermelon into small rounds, but the watermelon also could be cut into cubes.
From the time-saving tools and French techniques she loved to a famously dropped dinner, Julia Child left a lasting impression on a generation of cooks.
"We're in a country where we have to cook very, very fast with the microwave or very, very slow with Crock Pot cooking. Then you have the regular stove that's lost in the middle," he said.
He said he most remembers Mrs. Child's great love for life and the great pleasure she took in cooking as well as eating.