Fireworks at Lake Michigan. On May 4, the James Beard Foundation will hold its annual Chef Awards at the Lyric Opera of Chicago — the first time ever that the ceremony is outside of New York. Rahm Emanuel must feel quite confident that it'll be a success: He announced today that the show will return to Chicago in both 2016 and 2017. Show More Summary
In an unexpected announcement, the James Beard Foundation said Thursday that Chicago will host its annual awards gala for two additional years starting in 2016.
Dale DeGroff shares two cocktail recipes and a look back on his 41 years of bartending, from early days at the Rainbow Room to bottling his own bitters.
seafoodwatch: James Beard Award Finalists Include Sustainable Seafood Champions Each year, the James Beard Foundation honors the nation’s top culinary professionals. We’re proud to see so many Seafood Watch champions among the 2015 finalists. Show More Summary
The winner will receive a $50,000 grant. You might not have been nominated for a James Beard Award this year, but fear not, there's another award to be won, courtesy of the Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and the Culinary Arts....Show More Summary
James Beard doesn’t get to give out all the awards. Not anymore. The Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and the Culinary Arts is launching a new award to honor a culinary leader.
What was your favorite cookbook of 2014? On Tuesday the James Beard Foundation announced its nominations in a dozen categories, ranging from baking and desserts to health-oriented.
The winner will be crowned May 4. The James Beard Foundation announced the finalists for this year's 2015 Outstanding Chef this morning, and five illustrious restaurateurs are up for the honor. The award is given to a working chef in...Show More Summary
Last year I said the takeaway from the James Beard Foundation media award nominations was that Chicago food writing wasn't trying hard enough. Well, I guess for once the claim of a rebuilding year actually proved true, as even a chef,...Show More Summary
Southern California chefs and restaurants earned nominations for seven major honors in the 2015 James Beard Foundation Restaurant and Chef Awards announced Tuesday.
Willows Inn chef Blaine Wetzel is a finalist for Best Chef Northwest. The Stranger This morning the James Beard Foundation announced the finalists for its 2015 awards. Of the five finalists (well, technically seven, as two of the nominees...Show More Summary
Seven restaurants were nominated this year. The James Beard Foundation announced the finalists for this year's Best New Restaurant category this morning. They include Bâtard (NYC), Central Provisions (Portland, ME), Cosme (NYC), Parachute (Chicago), Petit Trois (Los Angeles), The Progress (San Francisco), and Spoon and Stable (Minneapolis). Show More Summary
Hooray! This morning, the James Beard Foundation announced its nominees for the Books, Broadcast & Journalism Awards — a long, comprehensive list of writers, critics, videographers, editors, and chef-authors. The finalists include Food Curated's Liza de Guia, Julia Kramer of Bon Appétit, David Chang for GQ, Sean Brock, and Dorie Greenspan. Show More Summary
This year’s James Beard Foundation Award, the 25th edition of the “Food Oscars,” isn’t just notable for Chicagoans because of the local representation of nominees. For the first time, the gala is being held outside the Big Apple, at Chicago’s Civic Opera House on...
The full list. The James Beard Foundation has announced the finalists for the 2015 James Beard Awards at the James Beard House in New York City (the semifinalists were announced last month). The Book, Broadcast and Journalism Award winners will be announced on April 24. Show More Summary
Mazel tov! At last, the James Beard Foundation has whittled down its extensive list of semifinalists, and advanced a select group of restaurants and chefs to the next round. This year, the talented contenders include Ignacio Mattos, Suzanne Goin, Ari Taymor, Cosme, Petit Trois, and Momofuku Noodle Bar. Show More Summary
Tomorrow morning, the James Beard Foundation will announce the finalists for its 2015 Restaurant and Chef Awards, considered the top honor for professionals in the restaurant and hospitality industry. (Check out the 2015 semifinalist...Show More Summary
When the James Beard Foundation recently announced its 2015 inductees to the Who’s Who of Food & Beverage in America, we at Atlanta magazine were thrilled to see one of our own among the honorees: Nathalie Dupree.
Michael Symon may just be the ultimate Renaissance man. The James Beard Foundation Award–winning chef, best-selling cookbook author, and successful restaurateur is also an Iron Chef on the Food Network and co-host on ABC's critically-acclaimed The Chew. Show More Summary
Over the weekend, Grub Street's own Sierra Tishgart interviewed chef Curtis Stone for CBS This Morning. The James Beard Foundation recently named Stone's ambitious Los Angeles restaurant, Maude, a semifinalist for its coveted Best New Restaurant award. Show More Summary