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How Alice Waters launched her 'delicious revolution' and became a culinary icon

Coming to My Senses: The Making of a Counterculture Cook
By Alice Waters with Cristina Mueller and Bob Carrau
Clarkson Potter
320 pp; $36

Today, it’s fairly commonplace to open a fine-dining restaurant menu and learn a dish’s provenance down to the salad greens. 1,144 more words


No labels: Cooking with vegetables doesn't have to mean that you're a vegetarian

Our cookbook of the week is In My Kitchen by legendary cookbook author and chef Deborah Madison. To try a recipe from the book, check out: … 630 more words


[review + recipe] Fanny in France by Alice Waters and Ann Arnold

Bonjour Mes Amis!

Are you in the mood for a little trip to France?

I was so excited last Fall when I learned that renowned chef and restaurateur… 2,748 more words

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The Making of a Counterculture Cook 

An excerpt from Alice Waters’s new book, ‘Coming to My Senses’

“When I got back from France, I moved into an old Victorian house on Dwight Way. 217 more words


Chez Panisse & Alice Waters

I just got back from a month and a half in Berkeley, California, working at Chez Panisse, Alice Water’s restaurant. I got the connection through my job last year working in a farm in San Diego ( 1,825 more words

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Before Alice Waters There Was Mussels Polonaise

By Ana Kinkaid

Farm-to-table and tide-to-table cuisine have become an enduring trend in the culinary industry that ensures both fresh flavor and sustainability to diners. Alice Waters is often credited with initiating this vital trend. 827 more words

Dear Stranger

Dear stranger,

Last night, I met a man while I was waiting my turn to speak with Alice Waters at a fundraiser. I asked what his cancer story was. 682 more words

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