Eat, drink and be very merry indeed on these upcoming food-centric voyages.
Gourmet dining at sea just keeps getting better and better. Like a perfect wine-pairing at a Michelin-star restaurant, award-winning Windstar Cruises has partnered with the James Beard Foundation to serve elevated culinary experiences aboard three 2016... via JustLuxe.com
Bellina Alimentari executive chef David Berry is one of the Ponce City Market chefs hosting Sunday Supper South, a Friends of James Beard benefit dinner on November 1, and their “Beetlejuice” decor theme isn’t scaring any chefs (or guests) away. Show More Summary
by Danielle Nierenberg and Sarah Small The James Beard Foundation and Food Tank, along with a prestigious advisory group of more than 70 food system experts, developed the second annual Good Food Org Guide featuring nearly 1,000 food related nonprofits across the United States. Show More Summary
Congrats! Through his first cookbook, Heritage, chef Sean Brock managed to accomplish something quite rare: He earned widespread critical acclaim — winning the James Beard Foundation Award for "Best Book in American Cooking," and placing...Show More Summary
See what’s cooking across the U.S.A. at beardfoundation. The James Beard Foundation Taste America is looking for local flavor in Boston, Miami, San Fran, Minneapolis, Phoenix, Chicago, LA, Seattle, NOLA and Charleston. Headed to those towns for some roasting and toasting? Catch these chefs in action. Buy Taste America tickets at www.jbftasteamerica.org.
Seven months ago, Matt Molina, who holds the title Best Chef Pacific from the James Beard Foundation, left Osteria Mozza, where he was executive chef. What's he been doing since? Planning a new bar - with food - in the downtown Arts District with Randy Clement of Silver Lake Wine.
On Saturday evening, dozens of foodies gathered under an enormous white tent for Chefs & Champagne, the James Beard Foundation’s 25th annual gut-busting fundraiser and silent auction. The event, hosted by Wölffer Estate Vineyard in Sagaponack,...Show More Summary
Dana Cree, two-time James Beard Foundation nominee for Outstanding Pastry Chef, is leaving Blackbird (619 W. Randolph St., 312-715-0708).
Plus, the James Beard Foundation announces its leadership awards. COLORADO — With recreational marijuana legal in Colorado, it was only a matter of time before a weed-themed resort opened in the state. CannaCamp will be in business next...Show More Summary
He's earned a Beard, among other awards. Michael Laiskonis is one of the O.G. pastry greats: He worked for eight years at Le Bernardin — where he won countless awards, including one from the James Beard Foundation — and he's most recently served as the creative director of New York City’s Institute of Culinary Education. Show More Summary
Taste of Chicago this year will feature big name chefs at the Celebrity Chef Du Jour pavilion -- each is a James Beard Foundation awards semi-finalist, nominee or past winner: Tanya Baker of Boarding House, Thomas Lents of Sixteen, Giuseppe Tentori of GT Fish & Oyster, Jimmy Bannos Jr of Purple...
Also, the James Beard Foundation challenges chefs to build a better burger TV — Arts television network Ovation TV will debut a new special that profiles 10 high-profile chefs entitled The Da Vinci List: Chefs. The show, which airs June 7 at 8 p.m. Show More Summary
Kinsman at Bâtard, the winner of the James Beard Foundation's Best New Restaurant award. As the editor-in-chief of Tasting Table, Kat Kinsman — like most fortunate food journalists — has a job that entails eating a lot of excellent meals. Show More Summary
Along with the U.S. Pavillion at the Expo, the James Beard Foundation organized a pop-up restaurant at the top of the Galleria. It opens today. Here’s the view: The location is spectacular, and the restaurant carries out the themes of the US Pavilion–red, white, and blue throughout. Chefs appear on a rotating basis with a schedule […]
Last week the James Beard Foundation hosted its 25th annual awards gala in Chicago, announcing their picks for the best of the best in the food and beverage industry. Of course, with so many epicurean experts, the event needed an impress... via JustLuxe.com
Congratulations to my good friend James Gorski and his partner Tom Nahabedian of Bureau of Architecture and Design on winning the 2015 James Beard Foundation Outstanding Restaurant Design Award (75 seats and under) for Brindille in Chicago. Show More Summary
Esquire magazine food writer Josh Ozersky, who was found dead Monday while in Chicago for the James Beard Foundation Awards, was remembered by colleagues Tuesday for his strong opinions on subjects from bourbon to steak, and his founding of the annual food festival Meatopia.
The 47-year-old Mr. Ozersky, a blogger, critic and author of several books, was in Chicago for an awards ceremony presented by the James Beard Foundation.
Chicago played the genial host city of the James Beard Foundation Awards, capping a weekend in which the nation’s restaurant elites descended upon and ate their way through town. It culminated in a lavish gala event Monday night at the Civic Opera House, where Chicagoans took home medals in four...