JBF and Vermilion Link Up to Promote Women Culinary Leaders

 

If you've been following our president's latest appearances in the press, you'll know that JBF is committed to promoting the work of women in the culinary world. Now, thanks to an opportunity to collaborate with Vermilion restaurant, we're about to take some big steps to grow our work in this area. On September 18, we're joining Vermilion's founder and owner, Rohini Dey, to host an exciting panel discussion about the rarity of women in leadership roles in the industry. Some powerful female talent will join Ungaro and Rohini on the panel, including Martha Stewart, Lidia Bastianich, International Culinary Center founder and CEO Dorothy Hamilton, and Martha Teichner of CBS News. The event, which is open to the general public, will also include a five-... Read more >

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Talking Trust and Sustainability in New Orleans

 

In preparation for our 2012 JBF Food Conference, A Crisis in Confidence: Creating a Better, More Sustainable Food World We Can Trust, we're holding regional salons around the country to discuss the notion of trust in our food system. Our conference season officially kicked off this spring in Charleston, and then moved to New Orleans this summer, where we met with a diverse group of 18 insightful chefs, farmers, restaurateurs, educators, and other members of the local food community at Palace Café. We chatted with JBF executive vice president Mitchell Davis (who facilitates the salons along with food system consultant Karen Karp of Karp Resources) and he filled us in on the conversation.

 

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JBF Food Conference to Examine “Trust” in America’s Food System

 

The James Beard Foundation will host the third annual James Beard Foundation Food Conference—“A Crisis in Confidence: Creating a Better, More Sustainable Food World We Can Trust”—at Hearst Tower in New York City on October 17 and 18. Co-hosted by Good Housekeeping, the Conference will bring together a diverse group of thought-leaders and stakeholders in the food system for a unique conversation about how consumers and companies establish and maintain trust, ways trust is broken and repaired, andtrustworthy solutions for the future of our food system.

 

For more details, including a list of topics and scheduled speakers, read the full press release.

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JBF and the Illumination Fund Collaborate on the NYC Green Cart Fresh Food Pack

 

Seeing that education is an important slice of the JBF pie, we’re always looking for opportunities to help others learn about the value of good meal. So when the Laurie M. Tisch Illumination Fund—a supporter of the New York City Department of Health’s Green Cart Initiative—invited us to collaborate on a project that feeds our fellow New Yorkers, we were more than happy to oblige.
 
In an effort to improve the diets of city dwellers with limited access to fresh produce, the Green Cart Initiative has just released the NYC Green Cart Fresh Food Pack, a two-part collection of 20 recipes made with fruits and vegetables commonly and seasonally found on Green Carts. The set, which includes a tip card and a kids card, features recipes by renowned New York chefs, healthcare... Read more >

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