Columbia restaurant celebrates Julia Child’s 100th birthday

food@thestate.comAugust 14, 2012 

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FILE-This Aug. 21, 1978 file photo shows chef Julia Child showing a salade nicoise she prepared in the kitchen of her vacation home in Grasse, southern France. Julia Child, who brought the intricacies of French cuisine to Americans through her television series and books, died on Aug. 13, 2004. She was 91. (AP Photo/File)

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Celebrate Julia Child’s 100th this week at Terra. Chef Mike Davis has planned a three-course meal featuring Julia’s recipes and South Carolina ingredients. First course is Flounder a la Dieppoise (flounder with mussels and shrimp), second course is Cneton aux peches (duck with peaches) and third course is Tarte au Citron et aux Amandes (chilled lemon and almond tart). The dinner alone is $30, $40 paired with wine or $50 paired with reserve wines. More information and reservations, (803) 719-1198 or TerraSC.com. Terra is located at 100 State St., West Columbia.

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