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Joshua Grotheer 19h
The recognized ’s unique approach this past spring, awarding the nonprofit its Humanitarian of the Year honor. That's
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James Beard Foundation 12h
winner shares her favorite eateries in her adopted city of New Orleans, including where to get the best steak frites, Vietnamese roasted shrimp, and old school spaghetti and meatballs 🍝 (via )
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James Beard Foundation Jun 21
Blanched peas are no longer boring. This simple recipe from 's 2018 –nominated cookbook, "On Vegetables," would be equally at home on your weeknight dinner table or as part of your elegant supper party spread
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James Beard Foundation 16h
“This is a wonderful dip with a subtle flavor of caramelized onion and saffron and a silky texture offset by the lovely crunch of the walnut garnish”— winner
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Joshua Grotheer 19h
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Joshua Grotheer 19h
alumnus Kirk Gibson, program coordinator for , and the 's Humanitarian of the Year recipient.
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James Beard Foundation 18h
"My kitchen is full of leaders, my dining room is full of leaders and it’s about giving them the room to shine and empowering them and giving them the tools they need to do that." — 2019 Outstanding Pastry Chef Award winner
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The Little Nell 21h
Replying to @TheWorlds50Best
Congratulations on another incredible accolade! From in May to in June. What’s next for July? ⭐️
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James Beard Foundation Jun 24
It's no surprise that winner knows how to turn up the heat on your average Tuesday dinner. Give his recipe for tofu and haricots verts with spicy chraimeh sauce a spin to liven up your weeknight routine.
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James Beard Foundation Jun 24
"The restaurant industry is under this microscope all the time. The world, or the media, looks to us to solve these things, and we’re put up on this pedestal." —, 2019 Outstanding Restaurant winner (via )
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James Beard Foundation Jun 24
"No one is free while others are oppressed." Learn more about 2019 Leadership Award honoree , and how they protect and empower laborers through grassroots campaigns:
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James Beard Foundation Jun 22
It's warm! And a Friday! We're celebrating the weekend with this frothy, peppercorn-infused rosé sour from nominee
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James Beard Foundation Jun 18
"I don't think this book is just for young chefs. I don't think it's for black chefs. I think it's for anyone—anyone to really see that if you really want something, you can achieve it." — 2019 Rising Star on
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James Beard Foundation Jun 21
Looking to up your at-home bar game? The authors behind our 2019 Book of the Year winner, "Cocktail Codex," suggest starting with this recipe for the silver fizz, a timeless gin-based cocktail that employs an egg white for a rich, frothy texture
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Mitchell Davis Jun 23
Now multiple award winner takes the stage at @sanpellegrino_official Food Meets Future to talk about Responsibilty. Who better? “We feed the few, not the many...Women feed the people of the world, not men....poverty…
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James Beard Foundation Jun 23
"The land was the scene of the crime, but I would add the land was never the criminal." 2019 Leadership Award honoree Leah Penniman on how her work at advocates for equity and food sovereignty in farming:
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TOPO Distillery Jun 23
S/O : food writer, food blogger, guide | past judge, freelancer for | unofficial ambassador
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James Beard Foundation Jun 23
Thinking of getting into the smoked 🔥 foods game? Tom Perini, of America's Classics winner Perini Ranch, shares his top 3 tips on how to get perfect your low n' slow smoking techniques (via )
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James Beard Foundation Jun 22
"My family expressed our love by cooking. And the people who eat the food feel the love. And that's why they keep coming back." — Lisa Tran, Co-Owner of Pho 79, a 2019 America's Classics Award winner
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James Beard Foundation Jun 22
"The pieces that never see the light of day because no editor wants them and the pieces that go viral are the same pieces. If someone rejects your work, it doesn’t mean it’s not wonderful." reflects on what it means to win a
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