Alice Waters

An ever-expanding genre of cookbooks is exploring the idea of traditional Japanese foods at home. We have Nancy Singleton Hachisu to thank for that.
J'adore this simple recipe for panisse. And even though Alice Waters named her restaurant Chez Panisse after a character
It's hard to completely escape this traditional idea of women's cooking as domestic if most of the highest honors given out are opportunities to cook for men in positions of power, like the pope or the president.
3. Senate Democrats handed President Obama what victory this week? a. They blocked an attempt to kill the Iran nuclear deal
Charlie Palmer's foie gras mousseline with bing cherries was also a favorite. Light and fluffy, it was beautifully smooth. And who could resist Francois Payard's tasting table full of macaroons? Each was accompanied by a wink and French charm.
The way to solve problems is through food. I believe that the whole world has to be educated. Every decision we make is a very political decision. If we change the way we eat, we will have tremendous effect.
I'm launching with a Q&A with Amanda Chantal Bacon. Amanda embodies the Angeleno ethos of wellness despite being her upbringing in New York City.
What do you think is the biggest issue for women in the workplace? I think women must support other women. Times are changing
The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) proclaimed 2014 the International Year of Family Farming. There are 500 million smallholder farms worldwide and more than two billion people in the world depend on them for their livelihoods.
The Edible Schoolyard in Berkeley is a one-acre organic garden and kitchen classroom in Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School.
The chef-based demand for heirloom nutrient dense foods is helping to re-establish forgotten produce and proteins devalued by the industrial food system, creating limitless possibilities.
Alice Waters has shaped our food culture, our restaurants, our home kitchens, and even our gardens for more than four decades.
When asked how we might get the next generation of business people to embrace her philosophies, she excitedly replied: "Oh
The Mediterranean climate here made it a no-brainer for planting grapes in the 1960s. The well-drained soils, plus a unique
With the rich agricultural heritage of the south as backdrop to historic Charleston, SC, I joined 300 of America's best chefs, food producers and food activists in early November, for the Chefs Collaborative National Sustainable Food Summit
I am truly lucky to work in a job that affords me so many different and exciting opportunities. As Maria's executive assistant
I'm not saying you have to give up eating cheeseburgers or skip bacon at brunch. What I am saying is that you should be more conscious about where your food comes from.