When you have several cooks in the kitchen, things go faster but they can also go awry. What happened when we tried to bake two sponge cakes in honor of Julia Child's 100th birthday.
Beef bourguignon is perhaps Julia Child's most famous recipe and the subject of her very first televised episode of 'The French Chef' on PBS.
A tribute baked for Julia Child, the master chef of home cooking, on her 100th birthday.
Chelsea Clinton tells Vogue she’s considering politics and kids, yet again stoking the public fascination with America’s royalty: all the presidents’ kin.
Celebrating the woman who changed how we cook. Aug. 15 marks the 100th birthday of Julia Child.
'The Price Is Right' is looking for a man to join the showcase model team for the first time ever.
The Week the Women Went is a new reality show in which all the women in a town go away for a week leaving it to the guys and dads. It could reinforce a negative male image stereotype, or the men could prove their potential with the women around – even if a 4-year-old has a cup of coffee.
Southern fried chicken served as the centerpiece. And Julia helped herself to seconds.
Americans spend billions on back-to-school shopping, whether it is for clothes or books, according to statistics from the US Census Bureau. But maybe the spending is worth it; people with higher degrees still earn more.
Kristin Chenoweth had a planned multi-episode arc on the show, but the actress said she would focus on recovering from a head injury.
'The Closer' will bring an end to Kyra Sedgwick's portrayal of Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson, but 'Major Crimes' will feature many of the same characters.
Do babies on your Facebook news feed annoy you? There's an app for that: Unbaby.me won't keep me from posting my vacation baby pix, but you won't have to see them.
'Falling Skies' finds the group of survivors confronting a city that's trying to avoid the enemy rather than engage it.
The Monitor’s language columnist looks at the way some words gain sounds and others lose them to make them easier to pronounce.
Looking to settle the toward vs. towards question, the Monitor’s language columnist discovers the excrescent “t.”