When Alice Waters opened her now-famous Berkeley, California restaurant Chez Panisse in 1971, the food world—nor, perhaps, Alice herself—had no way of predicting the impact and influence that the restaurant would have on Americans' eating habits: We have her, in part, to thank for the reinvigorated interest in local and organic foods. Today, Alice is an author, chef, and activist, with more than 10 books under her belt—not to mention a nonprofit organization, Edible Schoolyard Project, which encourages an appreciation of good food and community through public school gardens. In celebration of My Pantry, her latest book of recipes and essays (with illustrations by her daughter, Fanny Singer), Alice has selected some of her favorite tools—her kitchen and pantry must-haves.
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