Bouley decided to honor Waters, and the 20th anniversary of her Edible Schoolyard Project, in a way they could mutually appreciate: by cooking a meal.
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Claire Ptak, of Violet Cakes, is building an impressive career.
She'll receive the award from President Obama on September 10.
She also likes borscht, deviled crab, and artichokes au gratin.
Only one chef sipped crème anglaise straight from a Brandy snifter every morning to treat hangovers.
"She has this taste memory that goes back to a time when there aren't a lot of people alive who remember the food of that China," says Ruth Reichl.
"They do get hugs. I hug the farmers, and I hug the restaurateurs!"
The floppy-leafed cabbage variant isn't just a soul-food staple.
Plus: City Harvest Repackathon, and more, in today's Leftovers.
"I sort of felt like I was invited into the boys club, in a wonderful way. I was naive and interested in what they were doing ... They took care of me like I was their little sister."
Plus: Gradisca's new chef, and more, in today's Leftovers.
Alice Waters, Anne Sophie-Pic, and plenty of others.
She got the beautiful ceiling that she's always wanted.
Come on, ride the train, it's the choo-choo train. Come on, ride the train, it's the choo-choo. Ride it, woo woo.
Alice Waters is a fan of the move.
Alice's restaurant returns, Meyer lemons and all.
It's a microcosm of a much bigger problem.
She wore it to a screening of the 1980 documentary, 'Garlic Is as Good as Ten Mothers.'
The two chefs are hoping to provide a sustainable school lunch model for Larchmont Charter and other L.A. learning institutions.