The Chez Panisse chef wants her own show, while a restaurant review site retools its features.
The mother of slow food visits Brooklyn to discuss her new book.
Plus: heirloom apples hit the market, the inventor of boxed wine dies, and the cupcake backlash crosses the ocean.
Plus: food photography on the rise, and Monkey Bar seating charts drive a man to quit, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Madison Park gets a visit from a Food Network star, and Alice Waters eyes television, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Lowlands Bar opens in Gowanus, and A Voce Columbus hosts a dinner with wine pairings from Luce della Vite, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
Alice is being called guilty by association in city-sponsored compost program that reuses sewage.
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.