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Alice Waters and Chez Panisse: The Romantic, Impractical, often Eccentric, Ultimately Brillian Making of a Food Revolution.
by [Gastronomy] McNamee, Thomas.

Publisher Information:
Penguin Books, New York: 2007.

A Near Fine tight copy with a remainder stripe to the bottom edge in a Near Fine bright unclipped dust jacket with fading to the spine. This is the authorized biography of Alice Waters and her counterculture restaurant Chez Panisse founded in 1971 in Berkeley, California. The restaurant has become the premier American example of "market cooking" and Alice one of the most influential restauranteurs in the world.


Edition: First Printing of the First Edition
ISBN: 1594201158
Book Id: 25572

Price: $45.00

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