Awards Watch: Journalism Awards Recap

We just wrapped the Journalism Awards, which had some great moments! Check out the winners below and be sure to check back at the end of the night to find out if your favorite books came out on top. M.F.K. Fisher Distinguished Writing Award: Jonathan Gold, LA Weekly, “A Movable Beast” Food Section of a General Interest Publication: San Francisco Chronicle, Jon Bonné and Miriam Morgan Food-Related Feature: Dan Koeppel, Saveur, “Fruit of the Future” Food-Related Columns & Commentary: Tim Carman, Washington City Paper, “Ignore the Pizza Police,” “Supply and Da Men,” “Schmeer Campaign" Personal Essay: Tom Junod, Esquire, “My Mom Couldn’t Cook” Health and Nutrition: Rachael Moeller Gorman, EatingWell, “Captain of the Happier Meal” Environment, Food Politics, and Policy: Carl Safina, EatingWell, “Sea Change” Profile: Benjamin Wallace, New York, “The Restaurant Auteur” Craig Claiborne Distinguished Restaurant Review: Patric Kuh, Los Angeles, “Animal Magnetism,” “Making Their Move,” “Time for a Redo?” Wine and Spirits: Jon Fine, Food & Wine, “Natural Wine: Weird or Wonderful?” Multimedia Food Feature: Michael Gebert and Julia Thiel, The Chicago Reader, Key Ingredient Food Culture and Travel: Rick Bragg, Francine Maroukian, and Robb Walsh, Garden & Gun, “The Southerner’s Guide to Oysters” Humor: @RuthBourdain Individual Food Blog: Barry Estabrook, Politicsoftheplate.com Group Food Blog: Daniel Maurer, Jenny Miller, and Alan Sytsma, Newyork.grubstreet.com Cooking, Recipes, Instruction: Amy Thielen, Minneapolis Star Tribune, “A Good Catch,” “Low-Tech Wonder” “From the Bean Patch: Plenty” Publication of the Year Award: Edible Communities Publications

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