The JBF Kitchen Cam Launches Today!

JBF Kitchen Cam

 

It's an exciting day at JBF! Today we're launching the JBF Kitchen Cam, a live, three-angle camera feed that captures the behind-the-scenes action and a glimpse of our visiting chefs at work. Tune in today at 5:30 P.M. to watch multiple JBF Award–winning chef Daniel Boulud and his team in the Beard House kitchen.

 

Tune into the JBF Kitchen Cam here and join the conversation by including #JBFKitchenCam in your tweets. 

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Reel Food: The Berkshire Cure-All

 

Ever wondered what happens behind the scenes at a James Beard House dinner? When Brian Alberg and a team of chefs came to the House recently for their annual Berkshire Cure-All event, they showed us this video about their 2013 visit. Featuring interviews with the farmers who grew the food for their seven-course menu, behind-the-scenes looks at prep and service, and even some late-night trash-talking at Prune, it's a true taste of the Beard House experience.

 

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Daily Digest: February 6, 2014

Pizza

 

With Sochi 2014 around the corner, here are some surprisingly unhealthy foods that Olympians are eating. [HuffPo]

 

After a food blogger's urging, Subway will remove a questionable chemical from its bread. [NBC News

 

Witness the genesis of the McNugget in this new behind-the-scenes video from McDonald's. [NPR]

 

Feel like spending extravagantly for Valentine's Day this year? How about a dinner that costs $99,466? [LAT... Read more >

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Chefs & Champagne® New York in Video!

Two weeks ago we showed you Chefs & Champagne® New York in photos. Now we have three clips from various media outlets that reported from the bubbly-soaked scene. Watch them all below:   Here's Stephen Fried for Hamptons and Gotham magazines:

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Awards Watch: Video!

In case you missed the festivities on Monday, you can watch the JBF Awards ceremony in its entirety here. The opening montage and clips about the Lifetime Achievement and Humanitarian of the Year Awards are below:

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America’s Classic: Noriega Restaurant and Hotel, Bakersfield, CA

Originally founded as a home away from home for shepherds, today the institution showcases the Basque culture of California’s San Joaquin Valley.

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America’s Classic: Crook’s Corner, Chapel Hill, NC

Since 1982, Crook’s Corner has carried the torch of regional foodways, employing and inspiring a generation of young culinary talent—including two James Beard Award–winning chefs.

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Humanitarian of the Year: FareStart

The 2011 Humanitarian of the Year Award goes to FareStart, a Seattle-based nonprofit organization that provides culinary job training and placement for homeless and disadvantaged individuals.

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America’s Classic: Watts Tea Shop, Milwaukee

Many of the dishes at Watts Tea Shop, this fifth-generation Milwaukee institution, follow recipes that have been used since the 1930s.

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