Revolution by the Bay

A vanguard of women chefs reset the table

Revolution by the Bay
Alice Waters (left) and Sibella Kraus, shown here at the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market in San Francisco, have worked tirelessly over many years to get more fresh ingredients onto more dinner plates. (Alanna Hale)
May 31, 2019

Innumerable culinary trends, from chef's menus to farm-to-table cooking, originated with women chefs in San Francisco. 

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