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A Virtual Afternoon With Fanny Singer and Alice Waters

Saturday, May 2 @ 4:00 pm

Livestreamed via Crowdcast

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Culinary Legend and Her Daughter Celebrate Food and Family With You

Books & Books and Miami Book Fair present Fanny Singer and Alice Waters on Always Home: A Daughter’s Recipes and Stories

Foodies everywhere, as we prepare for Mother’s Day, let the mother-and-daughter team of Fanny Singer and Alice Waters into your home kitchens to celebrate the power of food and family! As the daughter of the revered chef, restaurateur, food icon and activist, Singer knows intimately the daily routines of someone who honors beauty and taste in each simple action, and translates her mother’s philosophies in her own words and style. Here they will chat together about their unique world of food, wine, and travel, filled with mouth-watering traditions and sumptuous feasts. Always Home is a great Mother’s Day gift that you can send to your mom (or anyone!) with free shipping. Share this link with mom, or other loved one, and watch together, even if you’re miles apart!

Support beloved independent bookstore Books & Books. Purchase Always Home: A Daughter’s Recipes and Stories. Free priority shipping included.

FANNY SINGER is a writer, editor, art historian, and co-founder of the design brand, Permanent Collection. In 2015, she co-wrote and illustrated My Pantry with her mother Alice Waters. Having spent more than a decade living in the United Kingdom, Fanny recently moved back to her native
California. Based in San Francisco, she travels widely, contributing art reviews and culture writing to a number of publications including Frieze, The Wall Street Journal Magazine, Apartamento, T Magazine, and Art Papers, among others.

ALICE WATERS is a chef, restaurateur, activist and author. She is the owner of Chez Panisse, a Berkeley, California restaurant famous for its organic, locally grown ingredients and for pioneering California cuisine, which she opened in 1971. She is the author of many cookbooks and books on food, and her latest is Coming to My Senses: The Making of a Counterculture Cook.

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