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Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | May 7, 2013
The James Beard Foundation announced the winners of the 2013 James Beard Foundation Awards on Monday night at Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center , capping a weekend of gastronomic events in New York City . Spike Gjerde of Baltimore's Woodberry Kitchen attended the awards ceremony and was among the five finalists for Best Chef Mid-Atlantic, one 10 regional categories in the JBF Awards. But Baltimore is still without a JBF Award winner in a chef category. The Mid-Atlantic winner announced on Monday was Johnny Monis of Koni in Washington.
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Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | December 17, 2013
Baltimore-area chefs, including a team from the Bagby Restaurant Group, will be headed to New York City in January, where they'll be cooking at the James Beard House, a storied culinary venue named for the celebrated author, educator and champion of American cuisine. Chris Becker, the executive chef and chief operations officer of the Bagby Restaurant Group, will lead a crew from Bagby restaurants at a Chesapeake Bounty dinner on Jan. 15. And Ben Simpkins, the executive chef for the White Marsh-based Richardson Farms, will present a Winter Farm Harvest dinner at the Beard house on Jan. 23. The Chesapeake Bounty dinner marks the James Beard House debut for the chefs from the Bagby group, which includes Ten Ten American Bistro, Fleet Street Kitchen and Cunningham's, a new restaurant in Towson.
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April 26, 2006
KITCHEN TIP alicefeiring.com This blog by a wine columnist for Time magazine is up for an award from the James Beard Foundation. "I'm looking for the Leon Trotskys, the Philip Roths, the Chaucers and the Edith Whartons of the wine world," Feiring writes on her site. "I want my wines to tell a good story. ... For better or worse, it seems as if I am a wine cop traversing the earth, writing and speaking my mind, drinking and recommending wines that are honest." Kate Shatzkin
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Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | May 7, 2013
The James Beard Foundation announced the winners of the 2013 James Beard Foundation Awards on Monday night at Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center , capping a weekend of gastronomic events in New York City . Spike Gjerde of Baltimore's Woodberry Kitchen attended the awards ceremony and was among the five finalists for Best Chef Mid-Atlantic, one 10 regional categories in the JBF Awards. But Baltimore is still without a JBF Award winner in a chef category. The Mid-Atlantic winner announced on Monday was Johnny Monis of Koni in Washington.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | March 12, 2013
Three Baltimore chefs will make their James Beard House debuts on May 30 when they prepare a Chesapeake Bounty dinner for the James Beard Foundation. The chefs, Chad Gauss ( The Food Market ), Cyrus Keefer ( Birroteca ) and Sajin Renae ( Fork & Wrench ), are behind three of the most popular and well-reviewed restaurant openings of 2012. The menu for the Chesapeake Bounty dinner has not been finalized. The Chesapeake Bounty dinner is one of more than 200 culinary events open to the public that take place at the James Beard House in New York City throughout the year.
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June 18, 2007
Claudia Cohen, 56, gossip columnist Claudia Cohen, a New York gossip columnist who became the subject of gossip herself when she married into the city's elite, died of ovarian cancer Friday at a Manhattan hospital, said Christine Taylor, a spokeswoman for her ex-husband, the billionaire Ronald Perelman. By the time of her death, Ms. Cohen was a millionaire socialite renowned for her contacts and East Hampton parties, but she had her start 30 years earlier as one of the first reporters for the New York Post's Page Six. Two years after her 1977 start at Page Six, she become the column's second editor, overseeing the coverage of such legendary locales as Studio 54. In the early 1980s, while writing a gossip column for the Daily News, Ms. Cohen began dating Mr. Perelman.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | April 16, 2013
Chef Cindy Wolf has the recipe that helped create several of Baltimore's top restaurants and she's willing to share it. Wolf will speak April 23 at Notre Dame of Maryland University, a talk that's open to the public. They're calling it: "Cindy Wolf: Mixing Business with Culinary Pleasure. " Wolf, half of the formidable Foreman Wolf partnership, helped create Baltimore restaurants including Charleston, Petit Louis and Pazo. She's twice been a finalist for the James Beard Foundation's best mid-Atlantic chef award.
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By J.M. HIRSCH and AP reporter | May 4, 2010
"Top Chef" judge Tom Colicchio passed a quickfire challenge of his own Monday when he was named the nation's top chef by the James Beard Foundation. Colicchio, whose numerous restaurants include Craft, Craftsteak and the recently opened Colicchio & Sons in New York, was named outstanding chef during an awards ceremony that is considered the Oscars of the food world. It's an honor for which he'd been a finalist seven other times since 2002, the same year the organization named Craft the nation's best new restaurant.
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Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | May 30, 2013
Three Baltimore chefs are making their James Beard House debuts on Thursday. They are Cyrus Keefer and Sajin Renae, the incoming and outgoing chefs, respectively, at Fork & Wrench, and Chad Gauss of The Food Market .  The menu for their Chesapeake Bounty dinner is bursting with Maryland pride, but the chefs aren't playing it safe. They're dressing a blue-crab crab cake with a sea urchin mayonnaise, and their Smith Island Cake comes with a Cherry Glen Farm goat's milk ricotta.
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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | February 19, 2011
All over town, there are talented chefs languishing in semi-obscurity. These are the chefs heading up the kitchens in public institutions — universities, convention facilities and even hospitals — and in private institutions like country clubs. They might not operate in the limelight, but the hours are more regular and the benefits packages are often better. The executive chefs of hotels fall into their own blurry category. Their audience is mostly transient, but a few manage to find a following and make a name.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | April 16, 2013
Chef Cindy Wolf has the recipe that helped create several of Baltimore's top restaurants and she's willing to share it. Wolf will speak April 23 at Notre Dame of Maryland University, a talk that's open to the public. They're calling it: "Cindy Wolf: Mixing Business with Culinary Pleasure. " Wolf, half of the formidable Foreman Wolf partnership, helped create Baltimore restaurants including Charleston, Petit Louis and Pazo. She's twice been a finalist for the James Beard Foundation's best mid-Atlantic chef award.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | March 12, 2013
Three Baltimore chefs will make their James Beard House debuts on May 30 when they prepare a Chesapeake Bounty dinner for the James Beard Foundation. The chefs, Chad Gauss ( The Food Market ), Cyrus Keefer ( Birroteca ) and Sajin Renae ( Fork & Wrench ), are behind three of the most popular and well-reviewed restaurant openings of 2012. The menu for the Chesapeake Bounty dinner has not been finalized. The Chesapeake Bounty dinner is one of more than 200 culinary events open to the public that take place at the James Beard House in New York City throughout the year.
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By Jasmine Wiggins | March 21, 2011
The nominees for the 2011 James Beard Foundation Awards were announced today! Winners will be announced in May. Baltimore’s own, Duff Goldman, received two nominations. Here’s a short list of nominees of interest. For the full list, visit jamesbeard.org. James Beard Foundation Broadcast Media Awards TV Food Personality/Host Alton Brown Show: Good Eats Bobby Flay Show: Brunch @ Bobby’s Duff Goldman Show: Ace of Cakes Television Program, On Location Ace of Cakes Host: Duff Goldman Avec Eric Host: Eric Ripert Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern Host: Andrew Zimmern James Beard Foundation Journalism Awards Individual Food Blog Politics of the Plate Politicsoftheplate.com Barry Estabrook Poor Man’s Feast Poormansfeast.com Elissa Altman Red Cook Redcook.net Kian Lam Kho Food Section of a General Interest Publication GQ The Editors of GQ San Francisco Chronicle Jon Bonné and Miriam Morgan The Washington Post Joe Yonan James Beard Foundation Restaurant and Chef Awards Best New Restaurant ABC Kitchen NYC Chef/Owner: Jean-Georges Vongerichten Owner: Phil Suarez Benu San Francisco Chef/Owner: Corey Lee Girl & the Goat Chicago Chef/Owner: Stephanie Izard Owners: Kevin Boehm, Rob Katz, and Daniel...
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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | February 19, 2011
All over town, there are talented chefs languishing in semi-obscurity. These are the chefs heading up the kitchens in public institutions — universities, convention facilities and even hospitals — and in private institutions like country clubs. They might not operate in the limelight, but the hours are more regular and the benefits packages are often better. The executive chefs of hotels fall into their own blurry category. Their audience is mostly transient, but a few manage to find a following and make a name.
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By J.M. HIRSCH and AP reporter | May 4, 2010
"Top Chef" judge Tom Colicchio passed a quickfire challenge of his own Monday when he was named the nation's top chef by the James Beard Foundation. Colicchio, whose numerous restaurants include Craft, Craftsteak and the recently opened Colicchio & Sons in New York, was named outstanding chef during an awards ceremony that is considered the Oscars of the food world. It's an honor for which he'd been a finalist seven other times since 2002, the same year the organization named Craft the nation's best new restaurant.
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June 18, 2007
Claudia Cohen, 56, gossip columnist Claudia Cohen, a New York gossip columnist who became the subject of gossip herself when she married into the city's elite, died of ovarian cancer Friday at a Manhattan hospital, said Christine Taylor, a spokeswoman for her ex-husband, the billionaire Ronald Perelman. By the time of her death, Ms. Cohen was a millionaire socialite renowned for her contacts and East Hampton parties, but she had her start 30 years earlier as one of the first reporters for the New York Post's Page Six. Two years after her 1977 start at Page Six, she become the column's second editor, overseeing the coverage of such legendary locales as Studio 54. In the early 1980s, while writing a gossip column for the Daily News, Ms. Cohen began dating Mr. Perelman.
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May 31, 2006
Kitchen tip "To keep basil pesto a vibrant green, many chefs add a couple tablespoons of flat-leaf [Italian] parsley leaves to their formula. Parsley doesn't darken the way basil does when it is pounded or cut." leitesculinaria.com This site run by food writer David Leite, which describes itself as "hot food, dry wit," recently won the James Beard Foundation Award for best Internet food site (a new category for the venerable awards). It includes a recipe testers' network to vet the recipes on its database, interviews and food features.
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