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Dishing On Julia is the official companion podcast for the Max Original series Julia, inspired by the life of Julia Child. Join host Kerry Diamond of Radio Cherry Bombe each week as she talks to the creatives and crew behind Julia as well as the culinary superstars and thought leaders who share their perspective on, and personal connection to, the OG food celebrity. Learn how Julia’s talent, determination, and joie de vivre changed cuisine and culture at a pivotal time in American history. 

Episodes of Dishing On Julia are available on Thursdays when new episodes of Julia stream on Max, starting November 16th. Dishing On Julia is produced by Max and The Cherry Bombe Podcast Network. 

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The finale is here! Before we say au revoir to The French Chef cast and crew, we check in with Julia creator Daniel Goldfarb and showrunner Chris Keyser for their take on Season Two as well as their favorite on-camera and behind-the-scenes moments. Host Kerry Diamond also talks to award-winning actor and cookbook author Madhur Jaffrey about her legendary career, fond memories of Julia, and enduring joy of cooking. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Lights, Camera, White House! In the latest episode, Julia takes her talents to Washington, D.C., to film a special on a White House state dinner, which was a historic first for the time. In this episode of Dishing On Julia, Later, Julia showrunner Chris Keyser joins Kerry to talk about this pivotal episode and how it fits into the season at large. In the second half of the show, journalist and author (and Julia’s grandnephew) Alex Prud’homme joins host Kerry Diamond to talk about Julia’s time at the White House and the importance of culinary diplomacy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, host Kerry Diamond talks to Julia’s very own David Hyde Pierce who plays Paul Child and Fiona Glascott who plays Judith Jones. In the second half of the show, Jacques Pepin, culinary icon and great friend of Julia’s, joins to share his early experiences in front of the camera and fond memories with Julia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In Episode 5 of Dishing On Julia, host Kerry Diamond takes a deep dive with director Erica Dunton and writer Emily Bensinger. They share a peek behind the scenes of this very special episode and reflect on what makes Julia so enduring. In the second half of the episode, Grace Young joins Kerry to share the importance of Chinatowns and her fondest memories with Julia.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, Julia director Jenée LaMarque and writer Natalia Temesgen join host Kerry Diamond to talk about the unique honor of telling stories rooted in history while reflecting on change. Later, Erin French of The Lost Kitchen in Maine talks about similarities with Julia, from starring in a TV program to writing bestselling cookbooks to working with a supportive spouse. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In Julia's world, one golden rule holds true: Paris is always a good idea. In Episode 3 of Dishing On Julia, host Kerry Diamond takes a deep dive into Episode 3 of Julia with executive producer Erwin Stoff and director Scott Ellis. They share what made Julia herself so special and the particular challenges and delights of creating this episode on location. In the second half, author and food writer, Klancy Miller stops by to share her love for Paris and how Julia influenced her approach to life and food. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In Episode 2 of Dishing On Julia, we’re pulling back the culinary curtain to reveal the magic that happens both on the set of Julia and behind the blog Smitten Kitchen. In the first half of this episode, host Kerry Diamond talks to food stylist Christine Tobin about her creative process and strong loyalty to historical accuracy. In the second half, Kerry checks in with Deb Perelman, the culinary creative behind Smitten Kitchen. Deb, a modern-day Julia, tells us about growing up in the kitchen and staying true to her palate and her community. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
When Julia Child stole the hearts and stomachs of households across the nation, no one knew how far she’d go—least of all herself. In the Season 2 premiere, we find Julia and the gang in the Provençal countryside, contemplating her next adventure.   For the inaugural episode of Season 2 of Dishing On Julia, host Kerry Diamond talks to Julia creator and executive producer Daniel Goldfarb about historicizing Julia and taking the French Chef to France. In the second half of the show, it’s world-renowned Chef Eric Ripert of New York’s Le Bernardin. Eric shares his own origin story and reflects on his memorable interactions with Julia over the years.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The finale is here! Before we say au revoir to The French Chef cast and crew, we check in with Showrunner Chris Keyser and Producer Todd Schulkin (who is also the executive director of The Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and the Culinary Arts) for their take on Season One and their favorite on-camera and behind-the-scenes moments. Host Kerry Diamond also talks to baking sensation and Dessert Person author Claire Saffitz, widely considered a modern-day Julia Child for her love of teaching culinary techniques and helping people succeed in the kitchen. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Did Julia Child liberate women in the early Sixties, or set them back even further? It’s a question raised in the latest episode of Julia, thanks to an imagined encounter between Julia and a leading feminist of the day, Betty Friedan. In Dishing On Julia, food stylist Christine Tobin talks about the role Julia Child has played in her life and how she approached the food and restaurant scenes in the series. Host Kerry Diamond also chats with writer/producer Emily Bensinger and director Jenée LaMarque about their work on the series and how Julia is remembered today.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Judith Jones of Knopf was one of the most legendary editors around. Not only did she shepherd Julia Child’s masterpiece, Mastering the Art of French Cooking, early in her career, but she also rescued The Diary of Anne Frank from the slush pile as a young assistant in the Paris office of Doubleday. Host Kerry Diamond talks to Julia’s Fiona Glascott, who plays Judith, and Judith Light, who plays Judith’s boss, the imperious Blanche Knopf. In the second half of the show, Francis Lam, cookbook expert, editor in chief of Clarkson Potter, and host of The Splendid Table, talks about the realities of being an editor today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Everyone is hungry for something on this latest episode of Julia—fame, recognition, connection, and, of course, good food—and we get to the bottom of it. Renowned Chef Nancy Silverton joins host Kerry Diamond to talk about the show and her interactions as a young chef with Julia Child— including the time she made Julia cry! They were happy tears, but you’ll still want to hear this story. And in the second half, actor Brittany Bradford, who plays the young producer Alice Naman, and story editor and writer Natalia Temesgen talk about everything from writers rooms to representation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Julia star David Hyde Pierce and My Life In France author Alex Prud’homme join host Kerry Diamond to talk about the unique union of Julia Child and her husband Paul. David shares what drew him to the role of Paul, while Alex, who is Julia and Paul’s grand-nephew, discusses the real life couple behind the HBO Max series. Find out why Julia and Paul’s role reversal only strengthened their relationship and why Paul threw his support and creative energy behind his wife’s career and accepted her new status as breadwinner.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Television helped transform Julia Child from a little-known cookbook author to a national sensation. What was it about Julia on TV that changed both her life and the world of food? Host Kerry Diamond takes a deep dive into Episode 3 of Julia with the director Melanie Mayron and writer Eboni Booth. They share what made Julia herself so special and the particular challenges and delights of directing and writing for this episode. In the second half, celebrated cookbook author and Julia collaborator Dorie Greenspan stops by to share her stories of the trailblazing TV star. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The team behind Julia, the HBO Max Original series based on the life of Julia Child, and the team at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History have two very different jobs. One gets to share a creative retelling of the culinary icon’s life. The other must remain faithful to every detail. In the first half of this episode, host Kerry Diamond talks to Executive Producers Erwin Stoff and Erica Lipez about poetic license and how it applies to Julia. In the second half, she checks in with Paula Johnson, food history curator. Paula is part of the team that acquired Julia’s Cambridge kitchen for the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History and shares why this American treasure was worth preserving.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
When Julia Child started work on The French Chef, the show that would become her landmark cooking program, no one thought the humble but high-spirited housewife from Cambridge would become a national sensation. Least of all herself. For the premiere episode of Dishing On Julia, host Kerry Diamond talks to Julia Creator Daniel Goldfarb and Executive Producer Kimberly Carver about their interest in bringing this slice of Julia's origin story to life. In the second half of the show, it's food world icon Ina Garten. The Barefoot Contessa shares her own origin story and how she learned to cook as in her 20s courtesy of Julia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Julia Child is back. The OG celebrity chef, the trailblazer, the feminist icon. The woman who made America fall in love with French cuisine and who turned cooking into a spectator sport. Join us each week for a discussion of the HBO Max original series Julia, inspired by the life of Julia Child, and discover how her talent, determination, and joie de vivre changed cuisine and culture at a pivotal time in American history. Hosted by Kerry Diamond of Radio Cherry Bombe, Dishing On Julia features interviews with the show’s creatives, cast, and crew for some delicious behind-the-scenes insight. Also, each week, food world greats and special guests from Ina Garten to Dorie Greenspan share their thoughts on the series and the single sensation that was Julia Child. Bring snacks and get ready to dish.  Watch Julia on HBO Max starting Thursday, March 31st, and subscribe to the Dishing On Julia Podcast so you don’t miss a single bite. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Julia Child is back. The OG celebrity chef, the trailblazer, the feminist icon. The woman who made America fall in love with French cuisine and who turned cooking into a spectator sport. Join us each week for a discussion on the second season of the Max Original series Julia, inspired by the life of Julia Child, and discover how her talent, determination, and joie de vivre changed cuisine and culture at a pivotal time in American history.   Hosted by Kerry Diamond of Radio Cherry Bombe, Dishing On Julia features interviews with the show’s creators and creatives alongside some special guests to give us a little perspective on Julia and a lot to chew on. Bring snacks and get ready to dish.   Watch Julia on Max starting on Thursday, November 16th, and subscribe to the Dishing On Julia podcast so you don’t miss a single bite.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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