Ask a Chef: What Would You Eat for Your Last Meal on Earth?

"Cracklin' cornbread, crowder peas and pot liquor, pork roast, fried okra, panfried sweet potatoes, and mustard greens." –JBF Award Winner John Besh, Besh Restaurant Group, New Orleans

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Marcia "The Tablehopper" Gagliardi: John Besh

The ever-charming John Besh is here, and cooked for the Beard Media Awards last night. He brought over 250 pounds of fish, and another 150 of crab for his dish. But here's the sobering thought (and what pained him to bring it): the dish he prepared (Redfish Courtbouillon with Brown Shrimp and Blue Crab Pearls) featured possibly the last bite of Gulf seafood for a while...

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Awards Watch: Media & Book Awards, in Photos

While we wait for things to get going at Lincoln Center, here are some photos from last night's Media & Book Awards at Espace: (Photos by Kent Miller)

JBF President Susan Ungaro poses for a photo with Kelly Choi, Andrew Zimmern, and friends

A row of reception cocktails

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JBF News: JBF Award Winners Saddle Up for the World Equestrian Games

John Besh, Marc Vetri, and freshly enthroned Iron Chef Jose Garces are just a few of the JBF Award–winning toques who will join forces with the 2010 World Equestrian Games and the James Beard Foundation to put on Cookin’ in the Bluegrass, a 16-night dinner series in Lexington, KY. The program, taking place at the Kentucky Horse Park’s Farmhouse restaurant, will also feature local talent and strive to recreate the lavish events held at the historic James Beard House in New York City. Click here to find out more.

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Ask a Chef: John Besh

John Besh JBF Award winner John Besh, of Restaurant August, Besh Steak, Lüke, and La Provence, tells us where to eat in the Crescent City.

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