James Beard Foundation

In the end, it doesn’t matter if your food is prepared by a male or female chef, as long as it is the best meal you have
At The James Beard House, Reclaiming Asian Fusion's Good Name
James Beard Foundation President Susan Ungaro sat down with Gary Duff, host of The New American Kitchen, to discuss the role of women in the culinary world, her tenure at the Beard House and her transition into the world of food.
Fine cuisine is alive and well in the school lunchrooms of France. The menu includes lamb tajine, veal, crêpes, organic veggies, pâté and organic bread. Oh, yes -- and a cheese course.
"We were thrilled to collaborate with the James Beard Foundation in creating this helpful and practical tool that will shed
The World Exposition in Milan recently opened in Italy with the theme Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life. Its admirable goal is "to guarantee healthy, safe, and sufficient food for everyone, while respecting the Planet and its equilibrium."
As advocates of the Good Food movement in Chicago, we are honored that the James Beard Foundation Awards are coming to town.
Common Threads imparts to students the joy of cooking. What the students have taught Bernstein -- and me -- is the joy in discovery -- joy in discovering how to cut corn off the cob, delight in tasting tahini for the very first time.
While our study suggests that we've reached a tipping point, with Americans now recognizing that eating healthfully is key to their body and mind, there's still a disparity between what they believe and how they act.
Adapted and updated from the original Meatless Monday post which ran October 17, 2011. Pasta With Lentils and Kale I get
We're holding Health Month on the JBF blog. In this post, we conclude our extended interview series with actor and activist Wendell Pierce, exploring his views on potential solutions to issues of food access, both locally and globally.
JBF Award-nominated chef and restaurateur Seamus Mullen shares his personal struggles and triumphs with food and health.
Wendell Pierce: "Treme was art imitating life and life imitating art. I was depicting what was happening in New Orleans as people were trying to rebuild their lives, while I was also doing that in real life."
Although he's best known for roles on hit television shows like The Wire and Treme, actor Wendell Pierce is also a dedicated food and community advocate in his hometown of New Orleans.
I caught up with Flay at the James Beard Foundation's Chefs & Champagne® event in the Hamptons, which selected him as this year's honoree.
I ventured out to the Hamptons last weekend for a little glimmer of Food Network royalty in Bobby Flay. The wonderful Chefs and Champagne® event honoring Flay was hosted by the James Beard Foundation and celebrated on the east end's Wölffer Estate Vineyard.
The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) proclaimed 2014 the International Year of Family Farming. There are 500 million smallholder farms worldwide and more than two billion people in the world depend on them for their livelihoods.
Like New York City itself, where there's always movement and people still standing for hours on Spring Street, two seasons after the cronut craze caused a frenzy.