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Always Home: Fanny Singer and Alice Waters in Conversation with Ruth Reichl


92nd Street Y / New York

“I wanted people to come to the restaurant and feel at home, so I put it in a house,” said the chef and writer Alice Waters in a 2012 interview about Chez Panisse, the restaurant she opened nearly 50 years ago in Berkeley, California. Her daughter, Fanny Singer, examines the connection between home and food in a new memoir—Always Home: A Daughter’s Recipes and Stories—for which mom wrote the foreword. The culinary pair are joined in conversation by Ruth Reichl, whose Save Me The Plums: My Gourmet Memoir was published last year. —J.V.

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