JBF Awards 2010 Lifetime Achievement Award: Ariane and Michael Batterberry

Legendary leaders in their field, Ariane and Michael Batterberry have founded two milestone national food magazines: Food Arts, the influential, award-winning publication for the restaurant and hotel trades that has won a number of the coveted Folio Gold Eddie B2B awards, and Food & Wine, a leading consumer publication. Pioneers in electronic food publishing as well, they created the top rated computerized magazine Dining In for Time Inc. in the early 1980s. Singly or together, they are the authors of 18 books on food, art, and social history

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Snack: Cedric Vongerichten

The real legacy.

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Awards Watch: More Winners

Outstanding Restaurant Design: The Wright, NYC, Andre Kikoski Architect Outstanding Restaurant Graphics: Pandiscio Co. for The Standard Grill, NYC Outstanding Service: Alinea, Chicago, Chef/Owner: Grant Achatz Outstanding Pastry Chef: Nicole Plue, Redd, Yountville, CA Lifetime Achievement Award: Ariane and Michael Batterberry 2010 Who’s Who of Food & Beverage in America Inductees: Leah Chase, Jessica B. Harris, Paul C. P. McIlhenny, David Rockwell, L. Timothy Ryan, Susan Spicer And the final America’s Classics Award of the night goes to: Gustavus Inn, Gustavus, AK
 Up next: Best New Restaurant, Outstanding Restaurateur, Outstanding Restaurant, and Outstanding Chef

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Snack: And the Winner Is...

Jonathan Benno, winner for best sandwich.

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Marcia “The Tablehopper” Gagliardi: Is Anyone Working in This Press Room?

It’s definitely becoming more of a party room. Getting harder and harder to interview people. Let alone get a drink, hello. But I am not drinking. I am working! The only thing next to my computer right now is some Aqua Panna water. Really.

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Apron Anxiety: Napa Fantasy

The lady from Redd won best pastry chef and I'm envious. I'd love to meet another baker like myself (ha). Do Napa chefs dominate every year or just 2010? I guess the beauty and inspiration of the region really translates into the food. If I could make one wish it would be to live there....ahem...anybody listening?

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Apron Anxiety: Drew Nieporent

Spotted Spike's former boss, Drew Nieporent! I had one question for him...."Should I really marry this guy?" Drew kinda dodged the answer! He said, "If I were gay, I could answer you, but I'm not!" WTF does that even mean?! Regardless, we took a picture together, nice 'n cozy, as he said "Let's make your man jealous." Right on.

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JBF Awards 2010 America's Classics Awards: The Bright Star in Bessemer, AL

The Bright Star opened in 1907. Descendants of Bright Star founding fathers—Tom Bonduris and his cousin Bill Koikos, natives of the farming village of Peleta in the mountainous Peloponnesus region —still serve Southern cuisine with "a Greek flair."

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JBF Awards 2010 America’s Classics Awards: Gustavus In in Gustavus, AK

Three generations of the Lesh family have welcomed guests to this farmhouse at the edge of a meadow overlooking Alaska's Icy Strait.

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Carol Blymire: Backstage with David Kinch

David Kinch, Manresa, is backstage with his girlfriend, the lovely Pim. Kinch, who won Best Chef: Pacific, loves the weight of his medal. He keeps holding it up against his knuckles, saying it is heavy enough to be a lethal weapon. He might need a weapon to fend off fans if he went on a cross-country road trip with his friend, Eric Ripert. Kinch says traveling wih Ripert would be awesome because "that charming accent and his good looks will open all kinds of doors. And, he's the only Frenchman who will eat barbecue."

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