Celebrity Chefs (02:32)
Meet several chefs that are very well known in society for their profession.
Aesthetically Pleasing (03:39)
Attractive chefs star in television shows. Sensual food images allow viewers to fantasize about food.
Food Paradox (02:18)
There have never been more magazines, books, and television shows about food. Yet people cook less than ever.
Food Pleasure (01:55)
Chef Martin Picard believes that pleasure comes from abundance and should not bring guilt.
Intriguing Food Combinations (02:27)
Chef Charles-Antoine Crete believes that cuisine should be a fun celebration.
Comfort Food (01:57)
Picard has two restaurants and two cookbooks. His restaurants serve generous portions of rich food.
Food Revolution (02:52)
When women left the kitchen for the workplace, they no longer had time for complicated cooking. Industrially prepared foods are commonplace.
Cooking Shows (01:53)
View archival footage of Julia Child's cooking show.
Fast Food (01:53)
France is now the second largest market for McDonalds. Many sit-down restaurants also used pre-packaged foods.
Prepackaged Food (02:46)
Many French restaurants use frozen, vacuum-sealed food. Industrially prepared food cuts down on operating costs.
Food Education (02:29)
Nicolas Bergerault operates restaurants where customers prepare their own meals.
The consequences of modern life have not yet reached this country. Moroccan women utilize fresh ingredients in their cooking; cooking and eating are family events.
Moroccan Friday (02:03)
Most everyone adheres to the tradition of couscous day.
"Just Cook" (05:16)
Chefs share their theories on ways to get people cooking again.
Food and Love (03:14)
Cooking often reflects a family heritage, but above all, cooking is about sharing love.
Credits: Fixing Our Food Habits: Eat, Cook, Love (01:04)
Credits: Fixing Our Food Habits: Eat, Cook, Love
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