Nora Pouillon and Denise Cerreta are quite impressive.
From a quiet corner on Edgewood Avenue, Staplehouse has captured the attention and appetites of diners across the country, earning accolades from GQ, the James Beard Foundation, and Bon Appétit.
The five winners of the James Beard Foundation’s Blended Burger Project recently presented their creations at the opening reception of the organization’s 2016 Food Conference. The chefs made slider versions of their recipes, which were...Show More Summary
Some new resources for food system advocates have just come my way. Use and enjoy! Food Tank and the James Beard Foundation have issued their third annual Good Food Guide, a searchable guide to 1,000 food nonprofit advocacy organizations. You can download the guide here. Healthy Food America offers a Sugar Overload Calculator. This is […]
Lappé’s work as an author, educator and sustainable-food advocate garnered a prestigious 2016 Leadership Award from the James Beard Foundation.
Chicago will host the James Beard Awards through 2021, a four-year extension from the originally planned hosting period, revealed Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the James Beard Foundation exclusively to the Tribune. The so-called Oscars of the food industry were scheduled to end their run here in 2017,...
Your first look inside Shawn McClain’s newest restaurant Take your first look inside Libertine Social, the gastropub from James Beard Foundation award-winning chef Shawn McClain at Mandalay Bay. As McClain tells the story, a flight delay...Show More Summary
Plymouth Rock pot-au-feu with chicken-skin schmaltz toast. Fresh off their James Beard Foundation win for Outstanding Bar Program, Maison Premiere's Joshua Boissy, Krystof Zizka, and chef Lisa Giffen have opened their much-anticipated...Show More Summary
Power move. As a two-time winner of the James Beard Foundation's Craig Claiborne Distinguished Restaurant Review Award — in 2013 for her work at the Village Voice, and just last month for Bloomberg — Tejal Rao is without a doubt one of the most talented working food writers. Show More Summary
Chef RJ Cooper, the James Beard Foundation’s 2007 Best Chef (Mid-Atlantic) winner, has been named opening chef at 5Church. The Charlotte-based restaurant is slated to open this spring in the former Shout space at 1197 Peachtree St. N.E. Show More Summary
The James Beard Foundation launches the 2nd annual Blended Burger Project, a competition challenging chefs to create tastier, more nutritious, and sustainable burgers by blending at least 25% mushrooms with any ground meat.
The winners of the 2016 James Beard Foundation Awards were revealed during a food-star-studded ceremony in Chicago Monday night. Named for the late cookbook author and teacher James Beard, the awards are sometimes referred to as "the...Show More Summary
Last night the James Beard Foundation announced this year's chef and restaurant awards, and it was a very good evening for Los Angeles. Suzanne Goin of Lucques won for Outstanding Chef, an award most recently won by an L.A. chef in 2014, when Nancy Silverton took home the honor. Goin won Best Chef...
Congrats! Tonight, the James Beard Foundation whittled down its list of finalists and honored America's top culinary talent. Some notable winners: Shaya for Best New Restaurant, Maison Premiere for Outstanding Bar Program, Jonathan Waxman for Best Chef: NYC, Suzanne Goin for Outstanding Chef, and Eleven Madison Park for Outstanding Service. Show More Summary
Congratulations to all Tonight, the James Beard Foundation announced its winners in the categories of Restaurant and Chef for awards season 2016. Last month, the Foundation released its list of finalists in all categories, and last week the organization celebrated the awards for Journalism, Book, and Publishing. Show More Summary
Watch the show live with team Eater Tonight, the James Beard Foundation will hand out its 2016 Restaurant and Chef Awards, considered the highest honor in the North American culinary community. And if last week's White House Correspondents...Show More Summary
This weekend is jam-packed with food and drink events thanks to the James Beard Foundation Awards taking place in Chicago. Even if you're not a foodie, this weekend's roundup still has plenty to do. [ more › ]
"I co-wrote the Mission Chinese cookbook, and I love the place and the people there deeply." It was a good week for the editor-in-chief of Lucky Peach: Chris Ying led his team to victory at the James Beard Foundation’s Media Awards, winning for Food Blog and Publication of the Year. Show More Summary
Congratulations to this year's medal-winning cookbook authors! See who took home prizes at the James Beard Foundation gala hosted by chef, author, and TV host, Ming Tsai.
Six things to know today Last night, the James Beard Foundation held what some food industry people like to call the Oscars of the food world — the organization's annual ceremony to honor authors, editors, writers, producers, journalists, publishers, and humorists who cover the food world. Show More Summary