2014 Journalism Awards Recap


Here's our final recap from tonight's ceremony: the Journalism Award winners! Stay tuned for Publication of the Year.


The 2014 Journalism Award winners:


Cooking, Recipes, or Instruction
Andy Ricker
“The Star of Siam”


Food and Culture 
John Birdsall
Lucky Peach
America, Your Food Is So Gay


Food and Travel
Nick Paumgarten
Bon Appétit
“Lunch at 8,500 Ft.”


Food Coverage in a General-Interest Publication 
The Wall Street Journal
“Off Duty” Section
Beth Kracklauer


Food Politics, Policy, and the Environment 
Eli Saslow
The Washington Post
“Food Stamps”
Hard Work: A Florida Republican Pushing to Overhaul the Food System...
Too Much of Too Little
Waiting for the 8th


Food-Related Columns
Adam Sachs
Bon Appétit
The Obsessivore
Noma Chef Rene Redzepi, a.k.a. The Vegetable Butcher Meets The Obessivore
Hotel Bars Are an Institution From Cairo to Japan to New York
The Importance of a Proper Family Meal 


Group Food Blog
First We Feast


Health and Well-Being
Rachael Moeller Gorman
“The Whole-Grain, Reduced-Fat, Zero-Calorie, High-Fiber, Lightly Sweetened Truth about Food Labels”


Lisa Hanawalt
Lucky Peach
“On the Trail with Wylie”


Individual Food Blog
Homesick Texan
Lisa Fain


Personal Essay
Fuchsia Dunlop
Lucky Peach
“Dick Soup”


Francis Lam
Lucky Peach
“A Day on Long Island with Alex Lee”


Visual Storytelling
James Maikowski, Patricia Sanchez, Stephen Scoble, and Fredika Stjärne
Food & Wine
“Best New Chef All Stars,” “Oysters & Gumbo: A Chef's New Orleans Party,” “Vegetables Now”


Wine, Spirits, and Other Beverages
Besha Rodell
“40 Ounces to Freedom”


Craig Claiborne Distinguished Restaurant Review Award
Alan Richman
“Alan Richman Walks Into a Jewish Deli...,” “The Elm: Is Brooklyn Ready for Sophisticated Dining?,” “ZZ's, the Most Expensive 58 Minutes in New York Dining”


MFK Fisher Distinguished Writing Award
John Jeremiah Sullivan
Lucky Peach
“I Placed a Jar in Tennessee”

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