Many of you have watched Claudine Pepin in partnership with her father, world-renown chef, Jacques Pepin, preparing delicious meals and sharing cooking techniques on Public Television. All three of their series have received the notable James Beard Award. In addition, Claudine has had numerous television appearances including Cooking Live with Sara Moulton,Good Morning America, and Multo-Mario. Claudine and Jacques Pepin appear together for a final cooking series Jacques Pepin: Heart & Soul.With an undergraduate degree in Political Science and Philosophy, and graduate work in International Relations from Boston University, Claudine spent a great deal of time in the wine industry. She spent two years as the 'Brand Ambassador' for Moet & Chandon and Dom Perignon Champagne in New York while also teaching food and wine pairing for both the French Culinary Institute and the Sommelier Society in New York. In 2002, Claudine was named Woman of the Year by the Academie Culinaire de France - Filiale des Etas Unis. She continues to do television as well as events including The Metropolitan Cooking & Entertaining Show, and the Aspen, Newport, Kohler and Pebble Beach Food & Wine Magazine weekends and is a guest instructor and host for Food University which tours nationally. Claudine, her husband Rollie, a Faculty Member at Johnson and Wales University in Providence, along with their daughter Shorey, and two mischievous cats, have relocated from Colorado to Rhode Island.
"If you are looking for a cookbook for your children that will grow with them, that introduces them to new foods as well as has additional learning in that all recipes, notes and information is repeated in French as well as English then this is an ideal book for your kitchen." Rainy Day Mum blog "Kids Cook French is one of the most impressive cookbooks we have ever come across." Larger Family Life blog "Its a really handy, inspirational little book for children who like cooking and also want to improve their language skills (or impress their teachers)." Being A Mummy blog