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California Cuisine 2.0

dpat150.jpgThe Wall Street Journal writes up "California Cuisine 2.0" and talks to Bay Area chefs "interested in moving beyond the farm-to-table ideal Alice Waters established." Included: Corey Lee, David Kinch, James Syhabou, Christopher Kostow, Dominique Crenn, and Daniel Patterson, who says, "California cuisine is a bigger tent than it used to be... You can thrive being different, independent, modern. Although here modernity is more about ideas than technology." [WSJ]

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