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Alice Waters' Book Club

Local treasure Alice Waters—whose resume now reads "chef and food writer"—does her thing for this week's edition of Newsweek, where she preaches against Happy Meals and shares her five most important books: A Pattern Language by Christopher Alexander, The Man Who Planted Trees by Jean Giono, Serve It Forth by M.F.K. Fisher, Second Nature by Michael Pollan and of course, Carlo Petrini's Slow Food Nation, which FYI, remains a "lucid and seductive manifesto." [Newsweek]

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