Alice Waters, the Berkeley chef who led the California fresh food revolution, will appear in conversation with Sunset Magazine Food Editor Margo True at the Sunset Idea House in Healdsburg.

The two will discuss kitchen gardens, Waters’ Edible Schoolyard Project and more starting at 4 p.m. Saturday. The first 500 visitors will receive autographed copies of Waters’ book “In the Green Kitchen.”

The panel talk is included with the price of admission to The 2012 Idea House, a high-end factory made show home with many green features and contemporary design

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ideas. The Idea House is a collaboration between Blu Homes and Sunset Magazine.

Cost to visit the house, which is open to visitors through Sept. 9, is $17. Children under 12 are free. To purchase tickets visit bluhomes.com/sunsetopenhouse.

Parking is at the Sonoma County Park & Ride lot at Healdsburg and Grant avenues, with shuttles departing at the top of the hour hourly from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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