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Old 05-18-2009, 12:05 PM   #11
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a truly great teacher and chef. loved her shows on PBS.
yes she was!! and so did i
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I loooooved Madeline Kamman! She was a genius of French cooking. She was very difficult to understand but her voice had that characteristic lilt of the French - every sentence ended in a high pitched, "ahh? OK?"

She's long gone now .

Another oldie but goodie was Pierre Franey and his show Cusine Rapide. He's the one who looked like a little garden elf and seemed to yell everything. My daughter was about 3 when his shows were still airing and the theme song and opening sequence (very cartoony) would stop her dead in her tracks. It was adorable. She'd say, "Look mommy, PEW-R-FRANEEEEY."
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Old 08-09-2009, 03:28 PM   #13
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I loooooved Madeline Kamman! She was a genius of French cooking. She was very difficult to understand but her voice had that characteristic lilt of the French - every sentence ended in a high pitched, "ahh? OK?"

She's long gone now .

Another oldie but goodie was Pierre Franey and his show Cusine Rapide. He's the one who looked like a little garden elf and seemed to yell everything. My daughter was about 3 when his shows were still airing and the theme song and opening sequence (very cartoony) would stop her dead in her tracks. It was adorable. She'd say, "Look mommy, PEW-R-FRANEEEEY."
awwwwwwwwwwwwww thats cute!!

yes i loved her voice and i remember pew-r-franey!!
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