Alice Waters on the Open Mind Dance of Cooking [Michael Pollan, Urban Farms, GMO Revolt, Slow Food, Mikhail Baryshnikov]

Via on Sep 29, 2008

Another entry from Sundance’s extraordinary Iconoclasts series. Video(s):


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3 Responses to “Alice Waters on the Open Mind Dance of Cooking [Michael Pollan, Urban Farms, GMO Revolt, Slow Food, Mikhail Baryshnikov]”

  1. […] Pollan is one of my idols—he, along with Alice Waters and a few others have done more for organics and local food in America, and in our globalized […]

  2. […] effing show. He—like Dubya—would be a fun guy to get drunk with. But don’t denigrate our Alice Waters, Tony—she is the real thing, doing good for school children, the cause of Victory Gardens and […]

  3. […] White House chef is great. This is even better, and comes close enough I’d think to say that Alice Waters (and all of us greenies, we got her back) got her wish for the Obamas to set an example three times […]

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