Recipe: Dark Chocolate–Passion Fruit Tart

Megan Romano's recipe for Dark Chocolate Passion Fruit Tart, from the James Beard Foundation When Charlie Palmer's team claimed the Beard House kitchen earlier this month, Megan Romano and Jennifer Yee, who supervise sweets at Aureole's Las Vegas and New York locations, respectively, put out two technically impressive desserts. Romano contributed this towering tropical tart, joined by passion fruit semifreddo, passion fruit–tangerine sorbet, and tangerine gelée. If you're looking for a challenge, this is it. (Yee served a plum soup with green grape sorbet, horchata gelée, and rice cluster,

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Eye Candy: Granola and Fruit Parfait

fruit parfait This is what we wish we were having for breakfast this morning: a berry parfait with housemade granola, Ward’s Berry Farms honey, and housemade yogurt. The multilayered dish was served by the team at Boston's Tremont 647 at a recent Beard House brunch. See more photos from the brunch here.

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Recipe: Grilled Loup de Mer with Braised Fennel

Recipe for Grilled Loup de Mer with Braised Fennel and Sauce Vierge, from the James Beard Foundation Also known as branzino and sea bass, loup de mer is a white, delicately flavored fish that works well in a variety of preparations. In this recipe from Robert Sisca, the fish is quickly grilled and joined by braised fennel and a citrus sauce.

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Eye Candy: Beets and Berries

Matthew Lighnter's beets, berries, and meringue at the James Beard House Matthew Lightner, chef of Castagna in Portland, Oregon, and one of Food & Wine's 2010 Best New Chefs, served this unique and texturally playful dessert at his recent Beard House dinner. It was composed of dehydrated beets, Oregon berries, salted meringue, and tarragon. See more photos of his menu here.

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Awards Watch: Calling All Opinionated Foodies

Voting for James Beard Award nominees begins on October 15, 2010. It seems our little item about the location of the 2011 Beard Award nominees announcement set off a flurry of questions about online voting and submissions. Well, we have one answer: nominations voting and entry forms will be available on October 15 at jamesbeard.org/awards. That gives you a few weeks to think long and hard about who deserves a nomination for cooking, journalism, food media, and restaurant design.

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