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RBG filmmakers tap into feminist love stories genre on trailblazing women icons(Twitter/jer2911tx)

RBG filmmakers tap into feminist love stories genre on trailblazing women icons

AP | | Posted by Zarafshan Shiraz
UPDATED ON SEP 13, 2021 12:49 PM IST
  • In ‘RGB’, the 2018 Oscar-nominated bio-documentary of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the filmmakers lingered over the encouraging role of her longtime husband. Their latest, ‘Julia’, premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and is about a pioneering 20th century adventurous TV chef Julia Child
This image released by Honeywater Films shows Diana Kennedy in a scene from the documentary "Diana Kennedy: Nothing Fancy." The documentary traces the unlikely rise of an Englishwoman who became one of the most respected authorities on Mexican food. She's been called “the Julia Child of Mexico,” “the Mick Jagger of Mexican Cuisine” and even the “Indiana Jones of food.” (Honeywater Films via AP)(AP)
This image released by Honeywater Films shows Diana Kennedy in a scene from the documentary "Diana Kennedy: Nothing Fancy." The documentary traces the unlikely rise of an Englishwoman who became one of the most respected authorities on Mexican food. She's been called “the Julia Child of Mexico,” “the Mick Jagger of Mexican Cuisine” and even the “Indiana Jones of food.” (Honeywater Films via AP)(AP)

Documentary focuses on unlikely champion of Mexican cuisine

New York | By Associated Press | Posted by Saumya Sharma
UPDATED ON MAY 28, 2020 06:21 PM IST
97-year-old Diana Kennedy is the foremost authority on traditional Mexican cuisine. Over many decades, she has mastered, documented and become fiercely protective of the culinary styles of each region.
In classic French cooking, béchamel is one of the sauces from which every other sauce flows(iStockphoto)
In classic French cooking, béchamel is one of the sauces from which every other sauce flows(iStockphoto)

Goodbye ‘baked dish’!

Hindustan Times | By Vir Sanghvi
UPDATED ON DEC 22, 2018 11:00 PM IST
The only French phrase my Gujarati ancestors knew was ‘au gratin’. Their white sauce dishes disgraced the great béchamel sauce
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