News Feed: October 6

Beef Tartare by Kirkman
Food & Wine reveals their 40 Big Thinkers 40 & Under.
[Eater]

After reluctance, New York chefs now welcome Michelin stars. [NYT]

The cast of Gourmet, one year later. [Grub Street]

Pop-up restaurants give chefs full control in London. [NYT]... Read more >

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Test Your Eat-Q: JBF Outstanding Chefs and Their Signature Dishes

Eat-QsBacon on a swing; baked Andante Dairy goat cheese with garden lettuces

Outstanding Chef Award winners from the past 20 years presented at this spring's James Beard Awards. Can you match each chef with their signature dish? Test your knowledge with this matching game from the April/May 2010 issue of JBF Notes, our member newsletter. Once you think you've got them solved, click through for the answers and your Eat-Q score. 1) Grant Achatz 2) Dan Barber 3) Lidia Bastianich 4) Mario Batali 5) Rick Bayless 6) David Bouley 7) Daniel Boulud 8) Larry Forgione 9) Thomas Keller 10) Patrick O’Connell 11) Jean Louis Palladin 12) Alfred Portale 13) Wolfgang Puck 14) Michel Richard 15) Eric

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Dine Out for the Gulf Coast

The Deepwater Horizon oil spill has devastated the Gulf Coast's fishing industry and sea life, and will continue to affect the region and the livelihoods of its residents for many years. The James Beard Foundation has always cherished the area's rich culinary traditions, which are also threatened by this disaster. To show our support, we're spreading the word about Dine Out for the Gulf Coast, which is taking place June 10–12 at restaurants across the country. For three straight days, participating eateries will donate a portion of their sales to the Gulf Coast Oil Spill Fund, an organization that gives grants to nonprofits helping victims of the spill. (You can learn more from

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Ask a Chef: What's Your Earliest Food Memory?

"Finishing cooking my own eggs at five years old after my mother was pulled away from the stove by a phone call. I was proudly eating them as she returned with a scream, realizing what she had done." –Mark Franz, Farallon Restaurant, San Francisco

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