Baking with Julia Season 2
S02 E01Jun 26, 1992
Esther McManus Jun 26, 1992 Esther McManus of Le Bus restaurant in Philadelphia makes a "real" French croissant.
S02 E02Jun 26, 1992
Beatrice Ojakangas Jun 26, 1992 Beatrice Ojakangas, a Scandinavian cookbook author from Duluth, MN, demonstrates how to make a series of real Danish pastries. She creates a flaky dough; apricot, prune, and cream fillings to go inside; and a sugar glaze for the outside. Finally, she shows how to manipulate the dough into a Danish braid.
S02 E03Jun 26, 1992
Naomi Duguid and Jeffrey Alford Jun 26, 1992 Naomi Duguid and Jeffrey Alford prepare pita bread, Afghan snowshoe bread, and Middle Eastern lamb and tomato breads.
S02 E04Jun 26, 1992
Danielle Forestier Jun 26, 1992 Danielle Forestier prepares French breads, including baguette, boule, pain de mie, and pain de campagne.
S02 E05Jan 10, 2019
Markus Farbinger Jan 10, 2019 Pastry specialist Markus Farbinger prepares "cardinal slice" and poppyseed torte.
S02 E06Jan 10, 2019
Charlotte Akoto Jan 10, 2019 Charlotte Akoto prepares meringue cookies, cocoa nests with caramel mousse, and tropical napoleon.
S02 E07Jan 10, 2019
Marion Cunningham Jan 10, 2019 Marion Cunningham prepares buttermilk crumb muffins, buttermilk scones, popovers, Irish soda bread, and baking powder biscuits.
S02 E08Jun 26, 1992
Johanna Killeen Jun 26, 1992 Pastry chef Johanna Killeen makes miniature "baby cakes" from a basic batter. Based on a traditional American pound cake recipe, the batter is made richer with the addition of creme fraiche.
S02 E09Jun 26, 1992
Leslie Mackie Jun 26, 1992 Leslie Mackie, pastry chef and owner of Seattle's Macrina Bakery, bakes a classic French apple tart, a berry yogurt tart, and a blueberry nectarine tart garnished with chopped almonds.
S02 E10Jun 26, 1992
David Ogonowski Jun 26, 1992 Julia Child observes as chef David Ogonowski makes a triple chocolate truffle treat. He demonstrates how to make the dough for the chocolate tart shell and the filling, which consists of a custard flavored with bits of chopped white and dark chocolate and biscotti. Ogonowski also shows Julia how to make a garnish for the plate the dessert will be served on, including a wafer-thin chocolate cookie topped with homemade espresso parfait, creating a complex dessert of contrasting smooth and crisp textures, and warm and cool temperatures.
S02 E11Jun 26, 1992
Joe Ortiz Jun 26, 1992 Joe Ortiz, a baker from Gayle's Bakery & Rosticceria in Capitola, California, shows chef Julia Child how to make crusty sourdough bread loaves in several decorative shapes. First, he makes homemade yeast, pulling bacteria wild and yeast out of the air with a mixture of flour, milk, water, and cumin. Adding more flour, he crafts a dough which he shapes into a loaf garnished with a sheaf of wheat, and mini-loaves shaped like a star and a cluster of grapes.
S02 E12Jun 26, 1992
David Blom Jun 26, 1992 David Blom, pastry chef at Chef Allen's Restaurant in North Miami, shows Julia how to bake traditional Polish cakes known as babas and savarin. He uses a single recipe to create the spongy dough; sweetens it further by soaking it in a sugar syrup after baking; flavors the cakes with a variety of liqueurs, including rum, kirsch, and champagne; and garnishes with fresh fruits, whipped cream, and a homemade custard flavored with vanilla bean.
S02 E13Jul 10, 1997
Norman Love Jul 10, 1997 Norman Love, executive pastry chef at the Ritz-Carlton in Naples, FL, shows how to make savory puffs and eclairs. The dough, flavored with cucumber and red onion juice, is one of the only pastries that is cooked twice: once in a saucepan, then again in the oven. The puffs are filled with a salmon mousse, while the eclairs are split and filled with a mascarpone cheese and vegetable medley.