Also in this week's magazine: three new openings, Alice Waters's vinaigrette, and ramps are finally here.
In answer to a friend's admission of a love for the crunchy lettuce, Alice sent a care package of fifteen small heads of French lettuces to try.
Following on her Green Kitchen project, Chef Waters will once again champion the cause of simple cooking, this time with help from star chefs.
We won't be seeing a Chez Panisse Mandalay Bay anytime soon.
La Quinta welcomes a locavore chef who'd rather talk about sustainability than becoming the next celebrity.
The Atlantic's own food editor takes on Caitlin Flanagan's criticisms of Alice Waters.
Caitlin Flanagan takes aim at the Edible Schoolyard program, saying it doesn't work and has an unsavory agenda.
The chef signs a deal to write a Chez Panisse retrospective, a followup to The Art of Simple Food, and a personal narrative.
Alice Waters guest DJs on KCRW.
The sequel to 'Kitchen Confidential' is coming in 2010!
Why are San Francisco chefs and diners so touchy and New Yorkers so mean?
A local charter school had lunch with the ultimate healthy eating advocate while an unlikely Food Network star has his show renewed.
The Coachella Valley will get a new locavore resort restaurant from a James Beard Award-winning chef.
• Alice Waters will speak at Saturday's Edible Schoolyard opening at the Willie Mays Boys and Girls Club in Hunter's Point. [SF Examiner] • Cross-country chef shuffles are the in thing this year. [Between Meals/SF Gate] • Despite the increasingly...
One American food icon remembers another.
Wine importer's record debut to be catered by Alice Waters.