As a nation that loves to eat, we hold food, and the people who prepare it, close to our hearts. Though Julia Child was the original celebrity chef and cookbook personality, the boom in reality TV has led to a renewed interest in all the people who turn food into art. From cooking show competitors to chefs to the stars, we love to watch these talented individuals whip up all kinds of delicious dishes. To learn more, sift through this group of Famous Chefs, which includes chocolatier Jacques Torres, classic culinarian Julia Child, gourmet guru Alton Brown, "semi-homemade" cook Sandra Lee, Gordon Ramsay, Rachael Ray and many more.
Entrepreneur, Chef, Philanthropist, Television Personality / 1968 -Celebrity chef Rachael Ray has hosted Food Network shows, authored lots of cookbooks, and has her own nationally syndicated television talk show, Rachael Ray.
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profile name: Julia Child profile occupation: Chef, Television Personality, Journalist
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