Upcoming events at Edible Schoolyard, the Union Square Greenmarket, and the Stone Barns Center plan to do good for kids.
The Lady Waters lets 'Vanity Fair' into her home kitchen.
The SF Foodshed Project provides a new link in the supply chain between growers and large food service operations like the St. Regis Hotel.
Be on the lookout for "local lion" on nearby menus.
The new poster for the Edible Schoolyards program puts "Eating" above "Reading, Writing and Arithmetic."
The Slow Food SF folks are hosting a month-long festival in January celebrating artisanal prepared foods.
That pop-up print shop on Valencia hosted a dinner last night for Alice and a printmaker she often uses for her menus.
"Every time she comes to the restaurant, I'm scared. I'm like, where is this asparagus coming from?"
Call us defensive, but the fig flap won't die, and S.F. chefs are still making ironic references to it on their menus.
A couple of foodievents are coming up in S.F. celebrating the great lady's Edible Schoolyards program as it relates to printmaking.
Now that he's softened up to Emeril, who is Anthony Bourdain ranting about in his follow-up to Kitchen Confidential? A first look.
The mother of slow wants you to put away your cookbooks.
Alice Waters, Dan Barber, and Ruth Reichl pen love letters.
According to chef Nancy Silverton (via Mondette), Alice Waters recently stopped in to eat at Pizzeria Mozza in L.A. with a "younger blond man" who, allegedly, is her boyfriend. We can only imagine the pillow talk. And we're sure she...
The doyenne of both locavorism and 'liberal Berkeley elitism' talks to Bill Maher about saving the nation from itself.
Four journalists look back to the times before garlic and blogging were household terms.
The 'lightning rod for Berkeley elitism' gets reamed once more in a national publication.
Mark Peel and Alice Waters headline on the cooking stage after Top Chef vets warm it up.
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