On the Menu: June 28 to July 4

Here’s what happening at the Beard House next week: kitchen1aeileenmiller Monday, June 29, 7:00 P.M. Summer Rosé Celebration Top Chef fans, take note: talented former contestant Ariane Duarte will be packing her knives and coming to the Beard House for this spectacular wine lovers’ dinner. The chef and owner of the acclaimed CulinAriane, Duarte has designed an artfully composed menu to pair with summer rosés from wine store Amanti Vino. Wednesday, July 1, 7:00 P.M. Canada Day: Newfoundland On July 1, 1867, British Parliament united the four provinces of Canada under one federation, and a country was born. To mark the majestic nation’s birthday, we’ve invited this talented group of Newfoundland chefs to the Beard House

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At the Beard House and Around the Country: May 10 to May 16

Here's what happening both at the Beard House and in a city near you next week:

Photo by Mitzi Morris

Monday, May 11, 7:00 p.m. Modern Sushi and Sake Dégustation Yoshi Kousaka, Jewel Bako, NYC / Hiroko Shimbo, Hiroko’s Kitchen, NYC / Sake Sommeliers Hiroko Furukawa and Rick Smith, Sakaya, NYC Tuesday, May 12, 7:00 p.m. Vermont Farm to Table Mark Timms, Topnotch Resort and Spa, Stowe, VT Wednesday, May 13, 12:00 p.m. Beard on Books Sara Jenkins and Mindy Fox, Olives and Oranges: Recipes and Flavor Secrets from Italy, Spain, Cyprus, and Beyond Wednesday, May 13, 7:00 p.m.

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Awards Watch: The Recap

There was plenty of excitement both on stage and off at this year’s Beard Awards. Everyone was in great spirits despite the bad weather, people cheered on their favorites, and the women chefs and mixologists put out an amazing spread that had folks clamoring for more. Here’s a recap of some of the best coverage of the night out in the blogosphere. Ed Levine got serious about the emotions behind

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Louise McCready: Last award

Outstanding Chef Dan Barber's speech: "I remember telling my father, I want to be a chef. He said, why? I said, I love food. He said, I love books, but I don't read for a living...As the economy collapsed, most industries died down to the lowest common denominator. But fine dining didn't become less fine and I credit managers, and mostly chefs, who refuse to lower that bar and love food and continue serving good food."

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Meredith Arthur: It may be late in the evening...

But it's never too late for Jean Georges to win for Outstanding Restaurant and Dan Barber to win for Outstanding Chef. Not too surprising overall. In fact no surprises. But well deserved success all around. Congrats to the winners. What a happy night for them all.

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Jody Williams: My favorite

Holly Smith does green apple sorbet (perfect) topped with crab meat (fresh and succulent) with a pinch of crab buttet powder!!! Get upstairs and get it!

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Jody Williams: Let the tasting begin

Jennifer Petrusky's fava bean and onion surprise is a great start to the tastes being served by women chefs. Anita Lo's steak tartar has added surprise---she personally spoons a granita of asian pear juice into each dish.

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