The Amazing, True Story of How Nancy Silverton Became a Living Food Legend

You could say she was “bread” for it
Marielle Wakim • Los Angeles Magazine • April 26, 2018
There is a moment on season three, episode three of Julia Child’s Baking with Julia where a young Nancy Silverton is visibly gripped with terror. After eating a forkful of Silverton’s brioche tart with hot wine syrup, Child starts to weep....
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