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Alice Waters is an enchanting raconteur and an activist as well as a chef. In The Chez Panisse CaféCookbook, she weaves her beliefs about food as pleasure, sustenance, art, and politics in with over 200 recipes. Bringing you into the community she has been instrumental in creating to preserve the earth's resources as well as to provide great ingredients, Waters tells about the producers who share her passions. They respect the environment, using only sustainable production methods while delivering the freshest possible product, be it free-range poultry and eggs, acorn-fed pigs, impeccable oysters, or organically grown fruits and vegetables.
Jewel-colored Art Nouveau-style illustrations by David Goines give this book the same distinctive look as earlier Chez Panisse cookbooks, including those devoted solely to pasta, vegetables and desserts. --Dana Jacobi
wonderful book The directions for hard boiled eggs are something really special. Now they are like a delicacy.Published 5 days ago by Lauren
I love Alice so getting the chance to make many of the dishes that I have loved at Chez Panisse is so much fun!!Published 1 month ago by Dana Camp-Farber
This series is a must...collect all of Chez Penisse Books...especially the pick about Alice Waters and the history
surrounding her restaurant....
I liked this cookbook, I like the way it is written, the format and the great variety of recipes. I was afraid they would be to invoked ,but the are not. Read morePublished 5 months ago by N. Kested
I have a hard copy of the book and love it very much. I bought the electronic copy so that I could have it with me when traveling. I highly recommend it.Published 5 months ago by Mari
lots and lots of yummy things to cook, easy to ready and understandPublished 9 months ago by reader
If you like Alice Waters you'll enjoy this book. I only gave it 4 stars because I don't care for the way the recipes are written. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Laurie Srebnick