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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 21, 1998 | DAVID KLIGMAN, ASSOCIATED PRESS
There's a steady rain, but 12-year-old Paul Hoshi-Nagamoto hardly minds as he and three sixth-grade classmates pick fava beans from a vine in the damp soil. This sure beats sitting in a classroom working on fractions. The garden work at Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School is intended as a learning experience. It's also fun. When asked what he likes about it, Paul mentions talking with his friends without getting into trouble with the teacher--"and throwing snails."
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October 10, 2007 | Russ Parsons, Times Staff Writer
Berkeley's Chez Panisse Cafe -- the casual spot above the more famous restaurant -- is one of my favorite places in the world to eat. What I love about it is not its inventiveness, but rather the opposite. It does simple, seemingly obvious dishes perfectly, in a way that makes you appreciate them anew. I don't recall ever looking at the menu and thinking, "Gee, I wonder how they did that"; instead I almost always think, "I can't wait to taste that . . . and that . . . and that."
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February 1, 2006 | Russ Parsons, Times Staff Writer
ALMOST 40 years ago, Paul Aratow, a UC Berkeley graduate student living in Paris, wandered into a bookstore with the vague intention of learning to cook. He picked up the thickest book he could find and took it home. He cooked his way through it, and it opened up for him a glorious new world. Eventually he used what he learned to help start a new restaurant back home, called Chez Panisse. This year, he returned the favor. Aratow's newly published translation of "La Bonne Cuisine de Madame E.
MAGAZINE
July 31, 2005 | Jim Robbins, Jim Robbins is a freelance writer based in Helena, Mont. He last wrote for the magazine about Butte, Mont.
Greg Higgins, chef and owner of the tony downtown Portland restaurant Higgins, walks to the back of his bustling kitchen and opens a door into the heart of the latest environmental movement.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 27, 1999
Times critics talk to Tony Award winner Cherry Jones and schoolteacher-turned- restaurateur Alice Waters.
NEWS
December 9, 2001
Social Circuits: Thanks to Alice Restaurateur and author Alice Waters, left, receives the 2001 Robert Mondavi Wine and Food Award at an auction benefiting Cal Poly Pomona's Collins School of Hospitality Management. Also in the news: Emeril Lagasse. E2
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December 22, 1985 | ROSE DOSTI
The parade of mouthwatering desserts in Shere's book were created by Shere over the last 13 years while she was the pastry chef at Chez Panisse in Berkeley. Shere conceived the book, but Alice Waters, friend and owner of Chez Panisse, forced her to write it. Lucky thing too. The recipes are typical of the Alice Waters genre--healthy, simple, yet with just the right offbeat touch to set them apart from the ordinary.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 18, 2014 | Steve Lopez
I had breakfast at Republique on La Brea Avenue on Tuesday, and here's how the tab broke down: Cafe Americano - $3.25 Quiche - $5 Tax - 0.77 Surcharge Healthy LA - 0.25 The last item is the one creating a little controversy at the new high-end restaurant in the old Campanile space. The owners are adding a 3% fee to every bill, which they say will pay for healthcare insurance for all their employees, from hostesses and bartenders to dishwashers and potato peelers. "This is offensive," snapped one Yelper, who called the fee "a 3% surcharge for Obamacare.
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