JBF Wants to Know: Hard Cider or Pumpkin Beer?

When the leaves start to change, what's your autumnal happy-hour order? Do you stick by the perennial pumpkin, or have you joined the cider trend? Vote for your seasonal quaff below!

 

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JBF Wants to Know: Skittles or M&Ms?

When you break into your Halloween stash, are you looking for a fruity or chocolate-y treat? Vote for your candy craving in the poll below!

 

 

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Awards Watch: Readers' Choice, Website

Citizens of the blogging community sure are opinionated! The response to our readers' choice poll on who deserves the medal for best food blog has been so huge that we've decided to keep the voting open a little while longer. At this moment, Hunter Angler Gardener Cook holds the lead with about 52 percent of the votes (and many cheering fans in the comments section), but Serious Eats still poses a threat in a not-too-far second place. We're also launching a new poll: best food-related website. Check out the nominees, then cast your vote below. Chow.com (Jane Goldman) Epicurious.com (Tanya W. Steel

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Awards Watch: Readers' Choice, Food Blog

We asked and you voted: in our poll on who should win the medal for "Magazine Feature Writing about Restaurants and/or Chefs" at the James Beard Foundation Awards, "The Last Chinese BBQ" by Francis Lam emerged victorious. Congrats, Mr. Lam! Up next is the "Food Blog" category. Click on the links below to size up the candidates, then cast your vote at the end of the post. Grub Street New York (Aileen Gallagher, Daniel Maurer, and Alexandra Vallis) Serious Eats (Ed Levine) Hunter Angler Gardener Cook (Hank Shaw) [

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Awards Watch: Readers' Choice

When the winners of our Media Awards are announced on May 2, it will reflect the backroom deliberations of our panel of judges, a seasoned but select group of media veterans. With all due respect to those bigwigs, we’re curious about who you think deserves to get the glory. So here at Delights & Prejudices we’re creating our own little version of the People’s Choice Awards, in which our readers, the Main Street consumers of food and food news, will vote for their favorite food media among our Awards nominees. We’ll provide links to the content and set up a state-of-the-art poll; all you have to do is read and vote. Our first category is “Magazine Feature Writing about Restaurants and/or Chefs.” Here are the three contenders, all outstanding in their own right:

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