Look for an organic garden on the South Lawn.
The mother of the slow-food movement is introduced to mainstream America.
Ed Norton, Alice Waters, and Dan Barber turn out for Harvard's Center for Health and the Global Environment.
Are doubters of Waters's mission 'toxic misogynists'?
Anthony Bourdain is sounding more and more humble (well, sort of) about Alice Watersgate.
Tony respects Alice Waters, but she 'says some stupid shit sometimes.'
Plus: Panificio shutters, and New York's smallest bars, all in our morning news roundup.
Back off, Alice Waters. The First Family already eats organic.
Plus: the anti-recession special at Aquavit, and Alice Waters's letter to the Obamas, all in our morning news roundup.
A new search engine showcases recipes from the likes of Daniel Boulud and Eric Ripert, just like our own recipe database has all along!
Flay’s fans were reppin’ at last night's ‘Chelsea After Dark’ event.
According to Gail Simmons, Thomas Keller and Alice Waters won’t be appearing this season.
Slow Food lecturers are boring, the cocktails of ‘Mad Men,’ and more, in our morning news roundup.
Plus a man who's lost 60 pounds on a McDonald's-only diet, seven new cases of salmonella in New York City, and more, in our morning news digest.
Okay, an Anthony Bourdain tattoo? Maybe. But Rachael Ray?
Not everyone is behind the New York version of the South Beach Wine & Food Festival, occurring October 9–12 (you’ll recall local restaurateurs had mixed reactions), but Eater brings news of events that may get more people behind it.