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Posted at 3:42 PM ET, 01/24/2011

Hey, isn't that...?: Alice Waters

By The Reliable Source

Alice Waters looking over the produce at a farmer's market in Washington, 2009. (Susan Walsh/AP)

Alice Waters scooping up some farm-fresh eggs and scallions into a hand-woven basket at the Dupont Circle farmers' market Sunday. The California legend of the local-and-organic movement (long black puffy coat, scarf, hat) was recognized instantly as she moved from stall to stall and declined offers of comped veggies. Waters, one of several foodie superstars in town to cook at a "Sunday Night Suppers" benefit for Martha's Table and D.C. Central Kitchen, also surfaced Saturday night at Buck's Fishing and Camping. (Bone marrow, house-made cottage cheese, organic steak, and cheese for dessert.)

By The Reliable Source  | January 24, 2011; 3:42 PM ET
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Hey, isn't that . . . Jose Andres standing right behind Alice Waters in your photo?

Posted by: katew2 | January 25, 2011 12:03 PM | Report abuse

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