Last week we invited you to send us your captions for an image of Julia Child taken from the set of Monseiur Deblieux's pâttisserie while on location in Provence, France. We received dozens of fantastic submissions. After careful review, WGBH staffers selected three favorites. Help us choose a winner — vote on your favorite below. Leave your vote in the comments.
Winners will be entered into a random drawing to win a pair of tickets to the Artisan Taste at the WGBH Food & Wine Festival on Sept. 15. But you don't need to submit a caption to be entered to win. Click here to register — all names will be included in the drawing.
1. No, No. It needs more butter! from Lindsay A.
2. Maybe if you stand on that we'll be able to see eye to eye! from Marissa P.
3. This is perfect for my kid's bake sale; I'll take three dozen. from Steven G.
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About Julia Child 100Cooking legend Julia Child introduced French cuisine to American cooks in 1963 with WGBH’s pioneering television series, The French Chef. She was passionate about food and she changed the way Americans cook and eat. Find new pieces about Julia here every day — from tributes to early programs to cooking tips and recipes. As Julia herself said, "Bon appétit!"
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