Friday, July 29, 2011

Cook Like Alice Waters

And speaking of California, I just learned that One Kings Lane will be featuring Alice Waters on their "Get Inspired" page later today. Waters will be sharing menus and step-by-step recipes from the kitchen of Chez Panisse. Recipes will include Heirloom and Cherry Tomato Salad, Roast Pork Loin with Rosemary and Fennel, Mulberry Ice Cream, and Grilled Boneless Lamb Leg with Olive Sauce. I'd say this is my kind of weekend homework.

Also as part of One Kings Lane's partnership with Waters and The Edible Schoolyard (an organization that teaches urban public school children how to grow and prepare seasonal, nutritious produce), OKL will be selling Waters' "In the Green Kitchen" cookbook at a discounted price.

I'm completely intrigued by the Mulberry Ice Cream and may have to take a stab at it. Now I just need to figure out where to buy mulberries in Atlanta.


  1. If you do try it, please let us know if the mulberry ice cream is very different from any other little dark berry ice cream. I am sure it would be delicious though.

  2. i've got a mulberry tree, but the season's passed for the berries.

  3. If the season has passed, perhaps I should try a different recipe. I could always end the meal with store bought blackberry ice cream! Meg, what do you with your mulberries?