08.24.20
Debbie Millman | Audio

Fanny Singer


Fanny Singer all but grew up in Chez Panisse. Her mother, Alice Waters’, famous Berkley restaurant. She went on to become a curator, co-founder of the design brand, Permanent Collection, and a writer contributing to Artforum and other mangazines. But she’s never strayed too far from Alice Waters’ food. In 2015 she co-wrote a cookbook with her mother, and this year she circled back to her childhood with a memoir and cookbook called Always Home: A Daughter’s Recipes & Stories.

On this episode Debbie talks to Fanny about her career writing about art and food, and about cooking in the time of Coronavirus. “Part of why I’ve been so depressed in this time is that I’m used to cooking for people three of four times a week.”

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