America’s Classic: Crook’s Corner, Chapel Hill, NC

Since 1982, Crook’s Corner has carried the torch of regional foodways, employing and inspiring a generation of young culinary talent—including two James Beard Award–winning chefs.

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Megan & MHT: The Fabulous Belinda Chang

"Someone just asked me what I'm going to do now and I said, 'What do you mean? I'm going to go to work with a $5 corkscrew in my bra and a lighter for my decanting candle.'"

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Humanitarian of the Year: FareStart

The 2011 Humanitarian of the Year Award goes to FareStart, a Seattle-based nonprofit organization that provides culinary job training and placement for homeless and disadvantaged individuals.

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Megan & MHT: Jamie Bissonnette on Tripe

Jamie Bissonnette Jamie Bissonnette is helping out Boston chef Ken Oringer with his dish, white curry with galangal and crunchy garlic. What's the secret to tripe? "You have to cook the shit out of it. If you get tripe from some old grandmother it's probably great, but these young people don't cook it enough," says Bissonnette. white curry tripe

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America’s Classic: Watts Tea Shop, Milwaukee

Many of the dishes at Watts Tea Shop, this fifth-generation Milwaukee institution, follow recipes that have been used since the 1930s.

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Foodspotting: Live Stream in the Works

Michael Solomonov backstage A quick snapshot of the JBF Awards live stream team hard at work interviewing folks back stage. Here, with Michael Solomonov of Zahav in Philadelphia, winner of Best Chef: Mid-Atlantic, in the Mercedes-Benz Victory Lane lounge. - Fiona

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America’s Classic: Le Veau d’Or, NYC



Once a celebrity haunt, this midtown Manhattan French bistro serving classic French dishes straight out of Escoffier, is a time capsule.

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Immaculate Infatuation: Tom Colicchio

Lex Luther preaching his plan for world domination.

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Immaculate Infatuation: A Wine Win for NYC

Shocker. The nominated NYC wine program (@The Modern), beats out all the smaller market joints. Score one for the home team.

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