Frank Whitman / Chez Panisse, a restaurant that changed the way we eat

Frank Whitman / Chez Panisse, a restaurant that changed the way we eat

Of the many lasting legacies of the ’60s counterculture, the most surprising is the impact on how America eats. It’s an undeniable outcome of the activist era that touched every corner of society. The change started with Alice Waters at her restaurant, Chez Panisse, in Berkeley, Calif. In the shadow of the …
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It just all comes back to the comradery to the community,” said Lambert. Saturday also marked the date for East Jessamine High School’s prom. While many took months to prepare for the event, Megan didn’t know if she would be able to attend. Her appearance at the restaurant Saturday was a surprise.
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