JBF Awards 2010 America's Classics Award: Mary & Tito's Cafe in Albuquerque, NM

Mary & Tito's Cafe in Albuquerque, NM have been serving New Mexico classics like carne adovada—long-braised pork in red chile sauce—and fried turnovers to its faithful clientele since 1963.

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Shut Up, Foodies: Checking Up on Apron Anxiety

Just saw our co-liveblogger Alyssa Shelasky responsibly interviewing someone. Or trying to pick him up. We'll keep an eye on her. -Snacktime

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Snack: Press Room

Are you here for the chefs? Or the open bar?

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2010 James Beard Media Awards Show Open

Last night the best and brightest of the food media world were celebrated at the 2010 James Beard Foundation Media Awards.

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Awards Watch: Best Chefs, Part 2

Best Chef: Northeast: Clark Frasier and Mark Gaier: Arrows, Ogunquit, ME Best Chef: Northwest: Jason Wilson, Crush, Seattle Best Chef: Pacific: David Kinch, Manresa, Los Gatos, CA Best Chef: South: Michael Schwartz, Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink, Miami And the third America’s Classics Award of the night went to: The Bright Star, Bessemer, AL

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Shut Up, Foodies: Miami Love

Huge amount of support for Michael Schwartz, who just won. Bienvenidos a Miami! -Meatball

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Apron Anxiety: Sam Mason on Dating

"I'm single and I'm dating because I have time right now. There's too much work when you're a chef, so its good to have a better half...It would be nice to have a rock. I'm lifting up all sorts of rocks to find the one."

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Shut Up, Foodies: Ordinary People

Look at all these sad ordinary people outside Lincoln Center. They have no idea what they are missing. -Snacktime

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Shut Up, Foodies: Ready to Rumble

Heading into Avery Fisher Hall after 16 Perrier JonBenets in the press room, but had a baker's dozen of some spicy goat cheese called Majonero, Pimenton (Artisanal). So ready to rumble. Er... Sit quietly and applaud hard working individuals. -Meatball

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Shut Up, Foodies: Press Room Treat

Bacon-infused caviar, you taste like unfertilized sin. And what do I not like? Sin with no sin in it. -Meatball

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