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>> Marissa: Goodmorning. Thankyouguys, all, forcoming. Weareveryexcitedtodaytobe

>> Marissa: Good morning. Ichdankeeuchallen, dassihrgekommenseid. We are happy to be today

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welcomingtheBarefootContessa, InaGarten, heretoSanFrancisco.

Welcome to Barefoot Contessa, InaGarten, here SanFrancisco.

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applause

applause

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>> Ina: NotnearlyasexcitedasIamtobehere.

>> Ina: Not nearly as excited as I am to be here.

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>> Marissa: AndIna'sherefortheFancyFoodShow, butwewereluckytosnagherfora

>> Marissa: And Inais here for the FancyFoodShow, but we were lucky enough to get her for one

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visitheretoday. Andso, bytheway, wealsohave-- shehasanewcookbookoutcalled "How

Visit here today. And by the way, we also ... she brought out a new cookbook, the "How

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EasyIsThat? "Andso, there'sahundredofthoseavailableifyouwannasnagone. Ina

Is that easy? "And there are a hundred of them if you want to grab one. Ina

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willsigncookbooksafterwardsandyoucancomeupandmeetherandaskheryourquestions.

I will then sign cookbooks and you can meet and ask your questions.

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We also have the questions on the DoryPage, but we'rereally, reallyexcitedtohaveyou.

We also have the questions on the Dory site, but we are very, very pleased to have you.

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So, I'mgonnagoaheadandgothroughalittlebitofyourbackgroundwhichIthinkeveryone

So I go through a bit of your background, what I think, everyone

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hereisprobablyalreadyfamiliarwith, butIthinkthere'ssomereallygreatpartsto

This is probably already known, but I think there are some really great parts

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it. So, InaandImetlastAprilatawomen'seventandwegottohearalittlebitabout

it. So Ina and I met us at a women's event last April and we heard a little bit about it

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ourstories, eachother'sstoriesanditwasjustreallyfun. Andwe'vemetagainsince,

our stories, the stories of the other and just made fun. And we have met again since

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throughourfriend, JulietduBaubignyatKleinerPerkins, oneofouroriginalVCfirms

through our friend JulietduBaubigny at KleinPerkins, one of our original VC companies

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becauseJulyetturnsouttobeIna'sneighbor

because Juliet turns out to be Inas' neighbor ...

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>> Ina: Nextdoorneighborofallthings.

>> Ina: Neighbor of all people.

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>> Marissa: intheHamptons.

>> Marissa: in the Hamptons.

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Marissalaughs

Marissalacht

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Andso, IwenttoseeJulietthissummerandweweregoingtodinneratherneighbors'

And so I went to Juliet this summer and we went to dinner with my neighbors

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anditturnedouttobeIna, sowemetagainthere. Andso, Iactuallyhavehaddinner

It turned out that it was Ina, so we hit again there. And so I actually had dinner

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andbrunchinIna'sfamouskitchen.

andBrunchinInas famous kitchen.

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Marissalaughs

Marissalacht

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>> Ina: Itwasoneofmy

>> Ina: It was my ...

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>> Marissa: Anditwasreally, reallyamazing.

>> Marissa: It was really, really amazing.

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>> Ina: great pleasures. ItwasoneofmygreatpleasurestosaytoJuliet, "Oh, IknowMarissa."

>> Ina: great joy. It was my great pleasure to say to Julia: "Oh, I know Marissa."

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InaandMarissalaugh

InaundMarissalachen

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>> Marissa: IhadoneofthebestcoffeecakeI'veeverhadwithsugarrolledintothecrust

>> Marissa: I had the best coffee cake I had with sugar in the crust

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itwasamazing.

it was wonderful.

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InaandMarissalaugh

InaundMarissalachen

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ButIna'sstoryisreallyfascinatingbecauseshestartedoffworkingintheWhiteHouse.

But Ina's story is really fascinating because she started working in the white house.

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>> Ina: Idid. Nuclearenergypolicy. Howlightisthat?

>> Ina: I did it. Nuclear energy policy. How easy is that?

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>> Marissa: Iwasgonnasay, it's amazing. Budget analyst, writingthenuclearenergy

>> Marissa: I wanted to tell you, it's unbelievable. Budget analyst who writes the nuclear energy

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budgetandpolicypapersonnuclearcentrifugeforGeraldFordandJimmyCarter.

Budget and strategy papers on the atomic centrifuge for Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter.

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InaandMarissalaugh

InaundMarissalachen

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>> Ina: Youknow, science, cooking; itactuallyisrelated.

>> Ina: knowledge, science, cooking; it is actually related.

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laughter

Laugh

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Except, instead of hydrochloricacid, youendupwithcoffeecake.

Except you get coffee cake instead of hydrochloric acid.

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laughter

Laugh

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>> Marissa: Ithinkwecanallappreciatethat. Allofushereliketoapplyscienceinunusual

>> Marissa: I think we can all appreciate it. WirallehierwendendieWissenschaftgerneungewöhnlichan

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ways.

Ways.

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>> Ina: It's more fun.

>> Ina: It's more fun.

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>> Marissa: So, andthenasshewasworkingthere, sawanadforaspecialtyfoodstore

>> Marissa: So, while she was working there, she saw an advertisement for a grocery store

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thatwasforsaleintheHamptonscalled "TheBarefootContessa," andsheboughtthestore

The reason for selling Hampton's name was "TheBarefootContessa", and she bought the store

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andscaledit. Andso, muchlikewe'vescaledGoogle, Inascaleditfroma 400 squarefoot

and scaled it. Undsohat