Recipes from the Best of Best: Patrick O'Connell's Truffled Popcorn

 

Here's some popcorn that you'll want to make for occasions in addition to a new Netflix sleeve arriving in your mailbox: from the Inn at Little Washington's Patrick O'Connell (who took home our Outstanding Chef award in 2001), this snack is souped up with truffle oil, a fat knob of butter, Parmesan cheese, and parsley. If you happen to have a fresh truffle lying around (hey, you never know), go ahead and shave some of it on top, too.

 

Get the recipe here.

 

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This spring JBF released The James Beard Foundation’s Best of the Best: A 25th Anniversary Celebration of America’s Outstanding Chefs. This must-have book features delicious, signature recipes from every winner of the Foundation’s Outstanding Chef award. When we went to press, space required that we omit some surplus essays and recipes, so... Read more >

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Recipes from the Best of the Best: Eric Ripert's French-Style Scrambled Eggs

Eric Ripert's scrambled eggs

 

It may take a while to land that reservation at Le Bernardin. In the meantime, you can make a pan of Eric Ripert's light, fluffy, and dead-simple scrambled eggs. Get the recipe here.

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JBF has recently released The James Beard Foundation’s Best of the Best: A 25th Anniversary Celebration of America’s Outstanding Chefs. This must-have book features delicious, signature recipes from every winner of the Foundation’s Outstanding Chef Award. When we went to press, space required that we omit some surplus essays and recipes, so we're sharing some of this bonus content with our readers every week. Think of it as an appetizer.

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Recipes from the Best of Best: Rick Bayless's Margaritas

Rick Bayless's recipe for margaritas

 

For Cinco de Mayo's indispensable boozy accessory, we're turning to margarita authority Rick Bayless, who won our Outstanding Chef award in 1995. When he's shaking up a round of his classic margaritas, Bayless favors the crystalline silver variety of tequila, which has a distinct but clean flavor that shines in mixed drinks. Get the recipe here. 

 

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JBF has recently released The James Beard Foundation’s Best of the Best: A 25th Anniversary Celebration of America’s Outstanding Chefs. This must-have book features delicious, signature recipes from every winner of the Foundation’s Outstanding Chef Award. When we went to press, space required that we omit some surplus essays and... Read more >

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Recipes from the Best of the Best: Lidia Bastianich's Grilled Tuna

Lidia Bastianich's recipe for grilled yellowfin tuna with beet salad and Humboldt Fog, adapted by the James Beard Foundation

 

When a dish is seemingly found on nearly every menu, we know it's because the flavor equation is a winner. But for the New American standard of tuna with beet salad, JBF Award winner Lidia Bastianich has added a touch that invites renewed appreciation. She coats the tuna in panko and Grana Padano cheese, which darkens to a umami-rich crust when the fish is seared on a piping hot grill. Get the recipe here.

 

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JBF has recently released The James Beard Foundation’s Best of the Best: A 25th Anniversary Celebration of America’s Outstanding Chefs. This must-have book features delicious, signature recipes from every winner of the Foundation’s Outstanding Chef Award.... Read more >

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Recipes from the Best of the Best: Crème Brûlée with Raspberries

Jean-Louis Palladin's recipe for crème brûlée, courtesy of the James Beard Foundation

 

Jean-Louis Palladin's fastidious recipe for crème brûlée may not be the most fitting symbol of his iconoclastic career and enduring impact on French cuisine in the United States, but it is one of the best versions we've tried. Get the recipe here.

 

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JBF has recently released The James Beard Foundation’s Best of the Best: A 25th Anniversary Celebration of America’s Outstanding Chefs. This must-have book features delicious, signature recipes from every winner of the Foundation’s Outstanding Chef Award. When we went to press, space required that we omit some surplus essays and recipes... Read more >

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Recipes from the Best of the Best: Jeremiah Tower's Seafood Shooters

Jeremiah Tower's shrimp and oyster shooters

 

A tray of raw or lightly cooked seafood is always an invigorating opening act to a feast. In this starter from JBF Award winner Jeremiah Tower, fresh oysters and shrimp are spiked with Tabasco, horseradish, fresh shallots, and vodka, creating perfectly balanced bites of brine and bite that will perk you up for the rest of the meal. Get the recipe here.

 

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JBF has recently released The James Beard Foundation’s Best of the Best: A 25th Anniversary Celebration of America’s Outstanding Chefs. This must-have book features delicious, signature recipes from every winner of the Foundation’s Outstanding Chef Award. When we went to press, space required that we omit some surplus... Read more >

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Recipes from the Best of the Best: Wolfgang Puck's Pizza with Prosciutto and Arugula

Wolfgang Puck's recipe for pizza with prosciutto and arugula

Nothing captures Wolfgang Puck's legacy— a relaxed brand of fine dining with a commitment to the finest ingredients—like one of his signature pizzas. This one, topped with sharp arugula and satiny ribbons of prosciutto, has spawned countless imitations.


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JBF has recently released The James Beard Foundation’s Best of the Best: A 25th Anniversary Celebration of America’s Outstanding Chefs. This must-have book features delicious, signature recipes from every winner of the Foundation’s Outstanding Chef Award. When we went to press, space required that we omit some surplus essays and recipes, so we're sharing some of this bonus content with our readers every week. Think of it as an appetizer.

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Recipes from the Best of the Best: Jeremiah Tower's Mixed Vegetable Ragoût

Jeremiah Tower's recipe for mixed vegetable ragoût

 

Now that the food world is abuzz with reports of ramp sightings at farmers' markets, we know it won't be long before the rest of the season's bounty arrives, and when it does, we'll be making JBF Award winner Jeremiah Tower's vegetable medley, which sings with pure garden flavors. When preparing the dish, chef Tower uses a technique that he learned from Richard Olney: he methodically boils the ingredients separately, then progressively adds them to a simmering stock that's flavored with pearl onions and herbs, ensuring that every vegetable is cooked only for as long as it needs to be. Get the recipe here.

 

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For Another Taste of the Beard Awards, Buy Our Book!

The James Beard Foundation's Best of the Best

 

Now that we've announced our JBF Award nominations, it's going to be a long wait before we all find out who takes home medals on May 4 and 7. In the meantime, get your fill of Awards action by ordering a copy of our new book, The James Beard Foundation's Best of the Best, which features delicious recipes from every winner of our Outstanding Chef Award, from Wolfgang Puck to Tom Colicchio. (For those of you who are keeping track, there wasn't enough time to produce a chapter about our 2011 winner, José Andrés, between last year's ceremony and press time, but we're putting one together that will be published here.) If you order a copy from... Read more >

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Recipes from the Best of the Best: Michel Richard's Lemon Chicken

Lemon Chicken

We've long treasured the flavorful spark that citrus brings to cooking, and we've been adding flurries of zest and showers of juice to our food for as long we can remember. But this brilliant recipe from JBF Award winner Michel Richard, who won our Outstanding Chef Award in 2007, has introduced us to a commonly untapped form of citrus: pulp. Richard roasts whole lemons for two hours, which focuses their sweet and tart flavor. Then he finely chops the pulp and combines it with honey and a couple drops of Tabasco to make a rub for the chicken. The flavor is unforgettable, and we're already thinking of other ways to use this new form of seasoning. Get the recipe here.

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