For years, in-the-know food lovers have been in hot pursuit of Peter Chang, the exceptionally talented Chinese chef who famously flits among restaurants. (Calvin Trillin reported on the elusive Chang for a New Yorker profile, which you can read here—subscription required.) At Monday night's Beard House dinner, lucky guests got to taste Chang's renowned Sichuan cuisine at a special celebration of the Chinese New Year. Below is a short video from the event:
Monday, January 30, 7:00 P.M.
Chinese New Year Celebration
For years in-the-know food lovers (Calvin Trillin among them) have been in hot pursuit of Peter Chang, the exceptionally talented chef who famously flits among restaurants. Now we’re in luck, for Chang will cook his renowned Sichuan cuisine at this special celebration of the Chinese New Year, which will also feature wines from Jefferson Vineyards.
Tuesday, January 31, 7:00 P.M.
A Celebration of Southern Cuisine
Join us as four-time JBF Award nominee Linton Hopkins returns to the Beard House with a third helping of his contemporary Southern fare. The chef’s ingredient-based approach celebrates the rich bounty of Georgia by
Wednesday, December 28, 7:00 P.M.
Elaborate Formal Holiday Dinner
Join us for a grand dinner inspired by The French Menu Cookbook, by Richard Olney, legendary cook, author, and personal friend of James Beard. Chef Jonathon Sawyer, known for his commitment to sustainable food, is also a JBF Rising Star semifinalist and 2010 Food & Wine Best New Chef.
Saturday, December 31, 9:00 P.M.
New Year's Eve Celebration
Ring in the new year with a festive Beard House dinner party! This impressive team of Art Institute culinary masters has created a lavish menu to usher in the coming year with gusto. The meticulously prepared dinner, with wines from the family-owned Coturri Winery, will make the perfect
Monday, December 19. 7:00 P.M.
Rock-star-turned-winemaker Maynard Keenan and his partner Eric Glomski have found a kindred spirit in French cuisine–loving chef Mike Carrino. These friends are collaborating on an exciting meal that will be paired with and inspired by Arizona Stronghold wines, which Carrino himself helped produce.
Tuesday, December 20, 7:00 P.M.
After graduating at the top of his class from London’s Le Cordon Bleu, chef Ronnie Killen cooked at top restaurants throughout the U.S. before returning to his hometown of Pearland, Texas, to open his own modern chophouse. Come see
Another year gone by, another flurry of meals and plates licked clean. As all food lovers can attest, it’s not easy to single out a mere handful of dishes to top our year-end list of favorites, especially after a year that brought us plenty of promising chefs, gutsy cooking, and delicious food. With that in mind, here’s a look back at what we loved in 2011.Our tummies are already growling for next year.
Polenta with Marinara (Modernist Cuisine)
When we saw Nathan Myhrvold speak at ICE, we also got to sample dishes from his team’s kitchen laboratory. Our favorite: a bowl of homey grits that had been cooked at... Read more >
Sunday, December 11, 12:00 P.M.
Best Friends Holiday Brunch
When best friends and Top Chef alums Lee Anne Wong and Zac Young join forces, it promises to be a good time. Both chefs have gained a reputation for beautifully styled, flavor-packed food, the best of which will be showcased at this special holiday brunch.
Sunday, December 11, 5:00 P.M.
Friends of James Beard Benefit: Palm Beach, FL
Located in the lush and sophisticated Brazilian Court resort, this outpost of Café Boulud delivers the JBF Award winner’s signature brand of French dining to luxury-seeking travelers and locals. Join Boulud and his colleagues
Last month we partnered with Taste of the NFL (whose founder, Wayne Kostroski, received our Humanitarian of the Year Award in 2010) to raise awareness of the organization's fight against hunger. Bobby Flay, Bob Costas, and other special guests from the worlds of sports and food came by to honor the nonprofit. Watch a short clip about the event below. (You can watch more videos about Taste of the NFL's efforts to kick hunger here.)
Sunday, December 4, 6:00 P.M.
10th Annual Holiday Party
Join the James Beard Foundation Greens when we toast to the season at the 10th Annual JBF Greens Holiday Party. Don't miss this chance to explore our muse's home and sample culinary delights from some of the New York City's most exciting chefs. There will also be a tasting table of patés, mousses, and terrines from Trois Petits Cochons, as well as a selection of cocktails by Purity Vodka, fine wines from Palm Bay Imports, and beers from Stella Artois. Guests will leave with a goodie bag and heaps of holiday cheer.
Tuesday, December 6, 7:00 P.M.
Winter Truffle Extravaganza
For years Angelo Elia has been wowing Floridians and travelers with
Thanks to talented chefs like Homaro Cantu, Chicago has emerged as the center for cutting-edge American cuisine. Cantu, who has become known for bringing food and science together in fascinating and delicious ways at his Windy City temple of modern cooking, Moto, is teaming up with Ben Roche and Matt Gundlach for an exciting, forward-thinking dinner at the Beard House this Wednesday. Click here to make a reservation.
Hors d’OeuvreFried Chicken Waffles with Maple Syrup Cuban Pork Cigars Louisiana Crab Boil Pairing: Champagne Larmandier-Bernier Tradition 1er Cru Extra Brut NVDinnerFish and Chips with Malt Vinegar, Tartar, and Seaweed Potato Pairing: Sutton Cellars Fizé Rosé of Carignane NV Fall Biosphere > Mushroom Dirt, Brussels Sprouts,
Tuesday, November 29, 7:00 P.M.
Robert Foley Wine Dinner
Named the 2007 Winemaker of the Year by Food & Wine magazine, Robert Foley’s Napa Valley portfolio attracts raves with every new vintage. His bold and expressive wines are a natural match for Rodney Einhorn’s modern approach to classic New American cuisine.
Wednesday, November 30, 7:00 P.M.
Master of Modern Cooking
Thanks to talented chefs like Homaro Cantu, Chicago has emerged as the center for cutting-edge American cuisine. Cantu, who has become known for bringing food and science together in fascinating and delicious ways at his Windy City temple of modern cooking, Moto, is teaming up with Ben Roche and Matt Gundlach for an exciting, forward-
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