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Watch David Lebovitz's Google Talk, Spanning from California to Paris

Cookbook author/culinary blogger David Lebovitz stops by Google to engage in a charming conversation about food, the early days of blogging, and his new memoir My Paris Kitchen. In the nearly hour-long chat with Jonathan Alferness and fans, Lebovitz talks about the influence of Chez Panisse on the early culinary landscape, why the Bay Area is actually "very conservative" when it comes to food, and how Paris helped develop his voice as a writer.

Lebovitz also jokes about some of the perils of being an American living in Paris, including being served ketchup on your lobster and accidentally ingesting carbon monoxide. Go, watch:

Video: David Lebovitz, "My Paris Kitchen" | Food at Google

· David Lebovitz, "My Paris Kitchen" | Food at Google [YouTube]
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