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Goldstein (Joyce) Papers on California Cuisine
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Interviews conducted by chef and author Joyce Goldstein including work related to Inside the California Food Revolution; columns from the San Francisco Chronicle, Sommelier Journal, and Vegetarian Times; and draft chapters of Solo Suppers.
Joyce Goldstein (1934 or 1935-) is a chef, author, and consultant to the restaurant and food industries. She was chef/owner of Square One restaurant in San Francisco, California from 1984-1996 and worked for three years as executive chef at Cafe at Chez Panisse in Berkeley, California. She is the author of twenty-eight cookbooks, including James Beard Award winners Festive Occasions (with Chuck Williams) (1993) and Back to Square One (1992), and one of the first comprehensive cookbooks on Mediterranean cuisine, The Mediterranean Kitchen (1989). Her 2013 book Inside the California Food Revolution, authored with Dore Brown, explores the development of California cuisine from the 1970s to the 2000s. Ms. Goldstein's writing has also appeared in Gourmet, Restaurant Hospitality, Wine & Spirits and Food & Wine magazines, Sommelier Journal, Vegetarian Times, and the San Francisco Chronicle.
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