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Chez Panisse Chef David Tanis to Retire, Write NYT Column

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Longtime Chez Panisse chef and cookbook author David Tanis will retire at the end of the summer to pursue his writing career, including a new column for the New York Times. Tanis has already written two cookbooks, one of which, Heart of the Artichoke, is nominated for a Beard Award this year.

No word yet on owner Alice Waters' plans to replace him, but Tanis' co-chef Jean-Pierre Moulle will remain on staff. Moulle and Tanis have been trading off kitchen duties every six months for the past several years; Tanis spends the other six months of the year in Paris working on his writing.

· Chez Panisse's David Tanis to Write For NY Times [SFGate]
· All David Tanis Coverage on Eater [-E-]
· All Chez Panisse Coverage on Eater [-E-]
[Photo: Michael Macor]

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