Alice Waters

Alice Waters (credit: Foodie Chap/Liam Mayclem)

KCBS In Depth: Chef, Food Writer, Activist Alice Waters On Food Issues

Chef, activist, and food writer, Alice Waters, is considered one of the champions of organic, locally-grown foods and is regarded as a builder of the foundation of what is known as California Cuisine.


A fire damaged Chez Panisse in Berkeley early Friday morning.  (CBS)

Chez Panisse Re-Opens Monday With New Interior, Same Menu

After closing because of a destructive fire in early March, Berkeley’s famous gourmet restaurant, Chez Panisse, is ready to open its doors come Monday.


Eye On The Bay: Food Innovators

Eye On The Bay: Food Innovators

Liam spends time with food innovators and pioneers!  From slow food leader Alice Waters to Oprah’s chef Art Smith plus the full skinny on pastry chef Marisa Churchill. . VIDEO: Part 1 | Part 2 […]

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–06/12/2012

Chez Panisse

Narsai David: Happy Birthday, Chez Panisse!

This week marks the 40th anniversary of Chez Panisse Restaurant in Berkeley.


Germany Debates Effects Of Value Added Tax

Have An Endless Summer

Delicious food and drink recipes to enjoy summer produce now and all year long


First Lady Michelle Obama (Michael Buckner/Getty Images)

First Lady Michelle Obama Fundraising In Bay Area

First Lady Michelle Obama dropped in on the Bay Area Tuesday for a two-stop fundraising visit expected to net thousands for her husband’s re-election campaign.

CBS San Francisco–06/14/2011

Fiery red-orange protea

Narsai David Event: San Francisco Garden Show

KCBS Food and Wine Editor Narsai David is looking forward to “Get Your Green On.” It’s the 2011 San Francisco Flower and Garden Show.


Chez Panisse owner Alice Waters said wild foods provide a direct connection to the outside world, untouched by human influence. (Scott Wintrow/Getty Images)

Foodies Turn To Foraging To Connect With Nature

When Chef Josh Skenes first sought the flavor of Northern California, he went to local growers. Then he went beyond farms, joining a growing number of urbanites who are returning to humanity’s first pursuit — foraging — in a search for food that satisfies a deeper hunger.

CBS San Francisco–09/13/2010