Daniel Duane: How to Cook Like a Man
Forget Julie and Julia: Daniel Duane spent eight years cooking his way through all of revolutionary chef Alice Waters' cookbooks. Duane turned to Chef Waters' Chez Panisse cookbooks when - as a new father, armed only with pasta and stir-fry - he was desperate for help. And this was no idle inspiration - Waters was his preschool teacher at Berkeley Montessori in 1970. In his years of cookbook obsession Duane also studied Fergus Henderson and Thomas Keller, eventually contributed to Waters' book Edible Schoolyard, and, as he details in his own book How to Cook Like a Man, learned not just how to cook like a man, but how to be one. Presented by Town Hall's Future of Health Lecture Series with University Book Store and the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture. Series sponsored by Bastyr University and PCC Natural Markets. Series media sponsorship provided by KPLU.
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