Anne Burrell’s Transformation Is Seriously Turning Heads

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  Anne Burrell’s Transformation Is Seriously Turning Heads

Anne Burrell’s earliest childhood memories include watching legendary chef Julia Child on television. It was the early seventies, and Child’s show, “The French Chef”, had become a phenomenon in the culinary world. For little Burrell, Child was not just a popular icon, but a friend who showed up every day to talk about food in a soothing lilt. In fact, the three-year-old Burrell was so taken by the PBS show that she would tell her mom she had a friend named Julia, referring to the television celebrity (via Anne Burrell).

A chef like Child was what Burrell wanted to become growing up (via Restaurant Girl). She also grew up in a household in Cazenovia, New York, where farm-to-table was the basic style of cooking. But on an everyday basis, it was watching her mother whip up dishes with fresh ingredients that made her fall in love with cooking. “My mom was a great cook, and we always had a big garden out in the backyard. So she’d be like, “Go out and pick lettuce or tomatoes or dig up potatoes for dinner.” I loved doing that. I loved being involved in the garden. I mean, I didn’t like to weed it, but I liked to plant it, and I liked to harvest and then use all the stuff,” she told All Recipes. And that, in more ways than one, contributed to Burrell’s passion for good food. Podenco Portugués

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