Sponsored Post: Fly Delta Innovation Class with JBF Award Winner Sean Brock

Delta Innovation Class

 

When you fly Delta, the official airline of the James Beard Awards, you can count on world-class service, a wide spectrum of in-flight entertainment, and so much more. But what about a smart and engaging seatmate? Turns out you can have that, too.

 

Introducing Delta Innovation Class, a mentoring program at 35,000 feet. For this one-of-a-kind experience, the airline is flying forward-thinking leaders to events around the world. They’re also giving you a chance to tag along. 

 

What does this have to do with JBF? One of the Delta Innovation Class destinations is the 2014 James Beard Foundation Awards on Monday, May 5, in New York City. The passenger flying there? 2014 ... Read more >

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Awards Watch: 2014 Broadcast & New Media Nominees

The 2014 James Beard Foundation Broadcast & New Media Nominees

 

If it's true that you eat with your eyes (and, uh, ears?), then there's a huge feast for you below. We've gathered links to all of our Broadcast & New Media Award nominees, a compelling bounty of food-related television, webcasts, and radio. Please note that some of this content is password-protected, but we've provided all of the necessary credentials.

 

The 2014 James Beard Awards will be held in New York City in May. The Book, Broadcast, and Journalism Awards ceremony will take place at Gotham Hall on Friday, May 2, with the James Beard Awards Gala to follow on Monday, May 5, at Lincoln Center's David H. Koch Theater. Tickets to the main gala on now on sale, while the Book, Broadcast, and Journalism Awards ceremony is by invitation only.

 

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2014 JBF Scholarship and Grant Applications Now Available

2014 JBF Scholarship and Grant Applications Now Available

 

Are you eager to build your culinary chops, but need a financial boost? You've come to the right place: applications for James Beard Foundation scholarships and professional grants are now available. You can find details about eligibility, a list of this year's scholarships and grants, and links to all of the necessary paperwork on our scholarships and grants page.

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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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JBF on the Air: Miriam Arond

Miriam Arond on Taste Matters

 

On last week’s episode of Taste Matters, JBF’s Mitchell Davis was joined by Miriam Arond, director of the Good Housekeeping Research Institute. Founded in 1900, before there was an FDA, GHRI is the foremost consumer products evaluation laboratory in the country. To learn how GHRI tests products and recipes, the history of Good Housekeeping magazine and its work in food advocacy, and how the roles of women and food have changed over the past century, listen to the full episode.

 

Taste Matters is a radio program dedica... Read more >

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Daily Digest: March 31, 2014

rioja

 

Brand or land: which reigns supreme when choosing Rioja?  [Chicago Tribune

 

Go ahead and grab another slice—pizza may be the next health food. [LAT]

 

Gone are the days of fat-free: studies show that adding plant-based fat back into your diet has its benefit. [NPR]

 

A cardoon manifesto: why the labor-intensive crop is worth the effort. [Smithsonian]

 

While the digestive biscuit doesn't have any actual health benefits, ... Read more >

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JBF to Help Create the USA Pavilion at the Next World’s Fair

USA Pavilion at Expo Milano 2015

 

The James Beard Foundation is proud to be one of the partners creating the USA Pavilion at the next world’s fair in Italy in 2015. As President Obama announced to Prime Minister Renzi in Rome yesterday, “With our partners we're going to put together an outstanding USA pavilion that showcases American innovation to improve agriculture and nutrition and the health of people around the globe.”

 

Although food has always been an important part of the 160-year history of world’s fairs—from the introduction of the ice cream cone in 1904 in St. Louis to the unforgettable restaurant at the French Pavilion in 1939 in NYC to the first Belgian waffle served in the U.S. in 1964 in NYC—Expo Milano 2015 represents the first time the theme of the entire event will be food. “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life” will unite 140-plus countries into action around the challenges and opportunit... Read more >

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Sustainability Matters: March 28, 2014

 

A novel migration: due to severe drought in California, state and federal officials are using tanker trucks to transport juvenile salmon from hatcheries to the Pacific Ocean. [NPR]

 

Which is better for air pollution, a gas or electric range? [Treehugger]

 

How many food deserts are in your city? Discover how large cities compare to each other and view interactive access maps with Walk Score. [Grist]

 

Walmart's annual report reveals the company's reliance on SNAP recipients and the financial repercussions of benefit cuts. [... Read more >

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On the Menu: Week of March 30

Upcoming events at the James Beard House

 

Here's what's on the Beard House calendar this week:

 

Monday, March 31, 7:00 P.M. 

Dinner with Daniel

Ask a chef or editor to name the best cookbooks of 2013. Chances are Daniel Boulud’s latest title, Daniel: My French Cuisine, will top the list. Part cookbook, part memoir, this impressive tome will serve as the inspiration for an exquisite spring tasting from the celebrated JBF Award winner.

 

Tuesday, April 1, 10:00 A.M. to Wednesday, April 30, 5:00 P.M. 

Greenhouse Gallery

With oil paint, Mike Geno aims to translate and recreate the seductiveness of food through texture, color, and form, focusing his work on the specific beauty of each dish. The works act as homage to another artisan, the chef, and are the result of a... Read more >

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Daily Digest: March 27, 2014

wine

 

 

Intimidated by the wine list at your local restaurant? Tipsi, a new iPhone app, makes it easier for novice drinkers to get wine suggestions based on nearby users' recommendations. [WSJ]

 

Myth or fact: is artificial strawberry flavoring produced with a compound extracted from beaver butts? [NPR]

 

​Can't put down your smartphone? A new beer glass is designed to keep your mobile device on the table. [NPR]

 

Revitalizing Detroit: how a growi... Read more >

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