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James Beard Book, Broadcast, & Journalism Winners, and More News

James Beard Book, Broadcast, & Journalism Winners, and More News

In today's Media Mix, how many parents multitask while driving. Plus, how photographing your food could help world hunger

The Daily Meal brings you the biggest news from the food world.

James Beard Winners: Here is the complete list of James Beard winners for the Book, Broadcast, and Journalism awards. [James Beard Foundation]

Nick Kokonas on Food Critic Fight: Grant Achatz's right-hand man contests the protestations of Esquire's food critic John Mariani, who Achatz accused of taking a pricey custom-made winelist from the Alinea dining room. [Eater]

Food Porn for Good: You can be the annoying person (guilty-as-charged) taking pictures of your food to Instagram the bejeesus out of it, but you can also be the socially aware person who donates money to fight hunger for every 100 calories you eat. [Mashable]

Food Plus Driving: A new study found that 90 percent of parents multitask while driving, oftentimes feeding their child or feeding themselves. [LiveScience]


James Beard Foundation announces cookbook, print and TV awards

The James Beard Foundation has announced the winners for its book, broadcast and journalism awards for 2012.

"Modernist Cuisine," won both the Cookbook of the Year and the award for Cooking from a Professional Point of View. Food52 and Gastronomica both won for Publication of the Year.

Ted Allen from the Food Network's "Chopped" won the Best Media Personality and his show won Best Television Program

The judges for the book awards (more than 40 in total), broadcast media (more than 28) and journalism awards (more than 70) are comprised of various editors, authors, journalists and professors. All nominees were based on works published or broadcasted in 2011.

Stay tuned for the winners of the restaurant and chef awards, which will be announced Monday night.

2012 James Beard Foundation Book Awards

Cookbook of the Year
Modernist Cuisine
by Nathan Myhrvold with Chris Young and Maxime Bilet
(The Cooking Lab)

Cookbook Hall of Fame
Laurie Colwin
Home Cooking and More Home Cooking

American Cooking
A New Turn in the South: Southern Flavors Reinvented for Your Kitchen
by Hugh Acheson
(Clarkson Potter)

Baking and Dessert
Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams at Home
by Jeni Britton Bauer
(Artisan)

Beverage
Bitters: A Spirited History of a Classic Cure-All, with Cocktails, Recipes, & Formulas
by Brad Thomas Parsons
(Ten Speed Press)

Cooking from a Professional Point of View
Modernist Cuisine
by Nathan Myhrvold with Chris Young and Maxime Bilet
(The Cooking Lab)

General Cooking
Ruhlman's Twenty
by Michael Ruhlman
(Chronicle Books)

Focus on Health
Super Natural Every Day: Well-Loved Recipes from My Natural Foods Kitchen
by Heidi Swanson
(Ten Speed Press)

International
The Food of Morocco
by Paula Wolfert
(Ecco)

Photography
Notes from a Kitchen: A Journey Inside Culinary Obsession
Artist/Photographer: Jeff Scott
(Tatroux)

Reference and Scholarship
Turning the Tables: Restaurants and the Rise of the American Middle Class, 1880-1920
by Andrew P. Haley
(The University of North Carolina Press)

Single Subject
All About Roasting
by Molly Stevens
(W.W. Norton & Company)

Writing and Literature
Blood, Bones & Butter: The Inadvertent Education of a Reluctant Chef
by Gabrielle Hamilton
(Random House)

2012 James Beard Foundation Journalism Awards

Publications of the Year
Amanda Hesser
Food52

Darra Goldstein
Gastronomica

Cooking, Recipes, or Instruction
Anna Thomas
EatingWell
"The Soup for Life"

Environment, Food Politics, and Policy
Ben Paynter
Fast Company
"The Sweet Science"

Food Coverage in a Food-Focused Publication
Saveur
James Oseland

Food Coverage in a General-Interest Publication
Lesley Bargar Suter
Los Angeles
"Chinese Food in L.A.," "It's Time for Breakfast in L.A," "Food Lovers Guide"

Food Culture and Travel
Fuchsia Dunlop
The Financial Times
"Global Menu: Kicking Up a Stink"

Food-Related Columns
Lettie Teague
The Wall Street Journal
On Wine: Lettie Teague: "Drink, Memory: How to Remember that Wine" "In Praise of the One-Cabernet Lunch" "May I recommend: Lessons of Great Sommeliers"

Group Food Blog
The Salt: NPR's Food Blog
Maria Godoy
npr.org/blogs/thesalt

Health and Well-Being
Maureen O'Hagan
The Seattle Times
"Feeling the Weight: The Emotional Battle to Control Kids' Diet"

Humor
Brett Martin
GQ
"The Hangover Part III"

Individual Food Blog
Poor Man's Feast
Elissa Altman
Poormansfeast.com
"Craving the Food of Depravity"

Personal Essay
Cal Fussman
Esquire.com
"Drinking at 1,300 Ft: A 9/11 Story About Wine and Wisdom"

Profile
Susan Choi
Food & Wine
"The Spice Wizardry of Lior Lev Sercarz"

Visual Storytelling
Landon Nordeman
Saveur
"Soul of Sicily," "BBQ Nation," "Heart of the Valley"

Wine, Spirits, and Other Beverages
Sarah Karnasiewicz
Imbibe
"Fizzy Business"

Craig Claiborne Distinguished Restaurant Review Award
Alan Richman
GQ
"The Very Tasty Liberation of Paris," "I Heart SF," "Diner for Schmucks"

MFK Fisher Distinguished Writing Award
John T. Edge
Saveur
"BBQ Nation"

2012 James Beard Foundation Broadcast Media Awards

Radio Show/Audio Webcast
Fear of Frying: Culinary Nightmares
Host: Nina Barrett
Area: WBEZ
Producer: Jason Marck

Special/Documentary (Television or Video Webcast)
A Matter of Taste: Serving Up Paul Liebrandt
Network: HBO
Producers: Sally Rowe, Rachel Mills, and Alan Oxman

Television Program, In Studio or Fixed Location
Chopped
Host: Ted Allen
Network: Food Network
Producers: Linda Lea, Dave Noll, and Vivian Sorenson

Television Program, On Location
Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern
Host: Andrew Zimmern
Network: Travel Channel
Producer: Andrew Zimmern

Television Segment
CBS News Sunday Morning
Host: Martha Teichner
Network: CBS
Producers: Lauren Barnello, Jon Carras, Edward Forgotson, Patrick Lee, and David Small

Video Webcast
eatTV with Jamie Tiampo
Eattv.com
Host: Jamie Tiampo
Producers: Suzanne Glickstein, Jimmy McCoy, and Jamie Tiampo

Media Personality/Host (Television or Video Webcast)
Host: Ted Allen
Show: Chopped
Network: Food Network


2020 James Beard Foundation Book Awards

For cookbooks and other non-fiction food- or beverage-related books that were published in the U.S. in 2019.

American

Books with recipes focused on the cooking or foodways of regions or communities in the United States.

Jubilee: Recipes from Two Centuries of African American Cooking

Baking and Desserts

Books with recipes focused on breads, pastries, desserts, and other treats.


Add These 2020 James Beard Award-Winning Books to Your Shelf

This year’s winners included Jubilee by Toni Tipton-Martin, The Whole Fish Cookbook by Josh Niland, and more.

If you’re looking for new books to read and cook from, these James Beard Award winners are a great place to start.

Earlier this week, the James Beard Foundation announced the winners of the 2020 Media Awards, which recognize the best in books, broadcast media, and journalism. The book award categories span from baking and desserts to photography—they’re not just limited to cookbooks, either, and also highlight other non-fiction food- or beverage-related books. There’s The World Atlas of Wine 8th Edition by Hugh Johnson and Jancis Robinson, if you’re looking to brush up on your wine knowledge, and Jeffrey Larsen’s Gluten-Free Baking at Home, which offers recipes for over 100 baked goods. Plus, The Whole Fish Cookbook from Josh Niland, which snagged not one, but two awards this year.

We’ve gathered all 13 awarded books, organized by their respective award category, in case you want to add them to your collection. Read on for the list and start making room on your shelf.


2011 James Beard Foundation Design and Graphics Awards


Outstanding Restaurant Design
Design Firm: Aidlin Darling Design
Designers: Joshua Aidlin, Roslyn Cole, and David Darling
Project: Bar Agricole, San Francisco

Outstanding Restaurant Graphics
For the best restaurant graphics executed in North America since January 1, 2008
Design Firm: Love and War
Designer: Katie Tully
Project: The National Bar & Dining Rooms, NYC


The James Beard Foundation Book, Broadcast & Journalism Awards Bring TV Dinners to Life

The television industry has the Emmys, the movie industry the Oscars, the theater industry the Tonys. In the food world, the James Beard Awards recognize the very best of what’s new and craveworthy, from cookbooks and food videos to what’s on the plate at big and small restaurants alike. Tuesday night the James Beard Foundation Book, Broadcast & Journalism Awards took place at New York City’s Pier 60, where hundreds of culinary legends, industry newcomers and food fans came together to celebrate the role food plays in media of all kinds.

The theme of the night was TV dinners — but esteemed guests weren’t served their meals on a plastic compartmentalized tray. Instead the menu, from the passed hors d’oeuvres to the multicourse sit-down dinner to the dessert reception, was inspired by such classic television favorites as Gilligan’s Island (a seafood starter of Salt Cod “Cru” was the first plated dish), I Love Lucy (Cuban Squash Blossom Empanadas, pictured above) and Donald Duck (yes, you guessed it, this entree course featured thinly sliced smoked duck with sweet-tart cherries).

It was up to host and chef Ming Tsai to kick off the presentation with the first awards, and after the first few recipients collected their medals and spoke of gratitude and awe at the recognition, it became clear that works focused on international cuisines were receiving much success. While there was indeed a book award category focusing on the subject — Michael Solomonov and Steven Cook won with Zahav: A World of Israeli Cooking in the International category — others outside of it were honored as well.

Cooking Channel’s own Extra Virgin, which celebrates the rustic and approachable Tuscan cuisine of hosts Debi Mazar and Gabriele Corcos, won the Broadcast Media Award for Television Program, in Studio or Fixed Location, while Indian Curries: The Basics & Beyond, hosted by Raghavan Iyer on Craftsy.com, won the award for Video Webcast, Fixed Location and/or Instructional.

Yotam Ottolenghi and Ramael Scully’s NOPI: The Cookbook, which brings to life Ottolenghi’s London eatery, earned the Book Award for Cooking from a Professional Point of View. And Solomonov and Cook took home their second medals of the night when they were honored with the Book of the Year award for Zahav.

Works focusing on flavors and destinations closer to home earned top credits too last night. Chef Virginia Willis, who wrote the FN Dish column Down-Home Comfort, scored the Book Award win in the Focus on Healthy category with her cookbook Lighten Up, Y’all: Classic Southern Recipes Made Healthy and Wholesome. In the Journalism category, The Washington Post’s article America’s Best Food Cities won in the Dining and Travel category.

Up next? The 2016 James Beard Foundation Restaurant and Chef Awards, which will be announced live in Chicago on May 2. Stay tuned for insider coverage of all the winners from that ceremony too.


The Full List of 2016 James Beard Foundation Book, Broadcast, and Journalism Winners

Tonight in a ceremony in New York City, the Foundation announced its Book, Broadcast, and Journalism Winners for 2016. Last month, the Beard Foundation released its list of finalists in all categories, and today each list of three or so names was whittled down to one winner.

The winners in the categories of Restaurant and Chef will be announced at a gala at the Lyric Opera of Chicago on Monday, May 2. This will be the second year the awards will be held in Chicago. Here now are the winners on the literary and production side of things.

2016 James Beard Foundation Awards Winners

2016 James Beard Foundation Book Awards

Book of the Year Award
Zahav: A World of Israeli Cooking by Michael Solomonov and Steven Cook

Cookbook Hall of Fame inductee
Deborah Madison

American Cooking
The Beetlebung Farm Cookbook
Chris Fischer
(Little, Brown and Company)

Baking and Dessert
Sourdough: Recipes for Rustic Fermented Breads, Sweets, Savories, and More
Sarah Owens
(Roost Books)

Beverage
The Oxford Companion to Wine
Jancis Robinson and Julia Harding
(Oxford University Press)

Cooking from a Professional Point of View
NOPI: The Cookbook
Yotam Ottolenghi and Ramael Scully
(Ten Speed Press)

Focus on Health
Lighten Up, Y'all: Classic Southern Recipes Made Healthy and Wholesome

Virginia Willis
(Ten Speed Press)

General Cooking
The Food Lab: Better Home Cooking Through Science
J. Kenji López-Alt
(W. W. Norton & Company)

International
Zahav: A World of Israeli Cooking
Michael Solomonov and Steven Cook
(Rux Martin Books/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt)

Photography
Near & Far: Recipes Inspired by Home and Travel
Heidi Swanson
(Ten Speed Press)

Reference and Scholarship
The Jemima Code: Two Centuries of African American Cookbooks
Toni Tipton-Martin
(University of Texas Press)

Single Subject
A Bird in the Hand: Chicken Recipes for Every Day and Every Mood
Diana Henry
(Mitchell Beazley)

Vegetable Focused and Vegetarian
V Is for Vegetables: Inspired Recipes & Techniques for Home Cooks
Michael Anthony
(Little, Brown and Company)

Writing and Literature
Soda Politics: Taking on Big Soda (and Winning)
Marion Nestle
(Oxford University Press)

Radio Show or Audio Webcast
The Food Chain hosted by Dan Saladino on BBC

Video Webcast in a Fixed Location/Instructional
Indian Curries: The Basics & Beyond hosted by Raghavan Iyer

Video Webcast, On Location
The Sushi Chef: Oona Tempest and Toshio Oguma
Munchies

Special
Lidia Celebrates America: Home for the Holidays hosted by Lidia Bastianich
PBS

Documentary
The Starfish Throwers by Jesse Roesler
DirecTV and iTunes

Television Program, in Studio or Fixed Location
Extra Virgin, Hosts: Debi Mazar and Gabriele Corcos
Producers: Debi Mazar and Gabriele Corcos
Airs on: Cooking Channel

Television Program, On Location
I'll Have What Phil's Having hosted by Phil Rosenthal
Airs on: PBS

TV Segment
"Food4Thought" hosted by Allison Aubrey
Airs on: PBS News Hour

Visual and Technical Excellence
Chef's Table
Airs on: Netflix

Outstanding Personality/Host
Vivian Howard, A Chef's Life
PBS

2016 James Beard Foundation Journalism Awards

For articles published in English in 2015.

"America's Best Food Cities"
Tom Sietsema
The Washington Post

"Straight-Up Passing"
John Birdsall
Jarry

"The Healthy Cook's Guide to Fat"
Sidney Fry and Robin Bashinsky
Cooking Light

Food Coverage in a General-Interest Publication

Los Angeles Magazine
Lesley Bargar Sutar and Bill Esparza

"Eat"
Francis Lam
New York Times Magazine

"Seafood From Slaves - An AP Investigation Helps Free Slaves in the 21st Century" Martha Mendoza, Margie Mason, and Robin McDowell
Associated Press

"Cook Like a Pro!"
Adam Rapoport
Bon Appétit

@Freshcutgardenhose
Maryse Chevriere
Instagram

"On Chicken Tenders"
Helen Rosner
Guernica

"Christiane Lauterbach: The Woman Who Ate Atlanta" Wendell Brock
The Bitter Southerner

"One Night: Kachka"
Erin DeJesus, Danielle Centoni, Jen Stevenson, Dina Avila, McGraw Wolfman
Eater

Wine, Spirits, and Other Beverages

"There Are Almost No Black People Brewing Craft Beer. Here's Why."
Dave Infante
Thrillist

Craig Claiborne Distinguished Restaurant Review Award

"A Health Food Restaurant so Cool It Will Have You Happily Eating Seeds," "Revisiting Momofuku Ko, After the Revolution," "Polo Bar Review: Ralph Lauren Corrals the Fashionable Herd"
Tejal Rao
Bloomberg Pursuits


Broadcast Media

Documentary
That’s My Jazz
Airs on: Vimeo

Online Video, Fixed Location, and/or Instructional
Grace Young—Wok Therapist
Airs on: GraceYoung.com and YouTube

Outstanding Personality/Host
Roy Choi
Broken Bread With Roy Choi
Airs on: Tastemade and KCET

Television Program, in Studio or Fixed Location
Pati’s Mexican Table—A Local’s Tour of Culiacán
Airs on: WETA distributed nationally by American Public Television

Television Program, on Location
Las Crónicas del Taco (Taco Chronicles)—Canasta
Airs on: Netflix

Visual and Audio Technical Excellence
Chef’s Table
Adam Bricker, Chloe Weaver, and Will Basanta
Airs on: Netflix

Visual Reporting (on TV or Online)
Rotten—The Avocado War
Reporters: Christine Haughney, Erin Cauchi, and Gretchen Goetz
Airs on: Netflix


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The fancy dinner is over and the parties are about to begin: The James Beard Foundation's Book, Broadcast, and Journalism finalists for 2015 have been whittled down to a list of winners. Here they are:

2015 James Beard Foundation Awards Winners

2015 James Beard Foundation Cookbook Hall of Fame

2015 James Beard Foundation Cookbook of the Year Award

Yucatán by David Sterling

2015 James Beard Foundation Book Awards

Heritage
Sean Brock (Artisan)

Flavor Flours: A New Way to Bake with Teff, Buckwheat, Sorghum, Other Whole & Ancient Grains, Nuts & Non-Wheat Flours
Alice Medrich (Artisan)

Liquid Intelligence: The Art and Science of the Perfect Cocktail
Dave Arnold (W. W. Norton & Company)

Cooking from a Professional Point of View

Bar Tartine: Techniques & Recipes
Nicolaus Balla and Cortney Burns (Chronicle Books)

Cooking Light Mad Delicious: The Science of Making Healthy Food Taste Amazing
Keith Schroeder (Oxmoor House)

The Kitchn Cookbook: Recipes, Kitchens & Tips to Inspire Your Cooking
Faith Durand and Sara Kate Gillingham (Clarkson Potter)

Yucatán: Recipes from a Culinary Expedition
David Sterling (University of Texas Press)

In Her Kitchen: Stories and Recipes from Grandmas Around the World
Gabriele Galimberti (Clarkson Potter)

Reference and Scholarship

Butchering Poultry, Rabbit, Lamb, Goat, and Pork: The Comprehensive Photographic Guide to Humane Slaughtering and Butchering
Adam Danforth (Storey Publishing)

Bitter: A Taste of the World's Most Dangerous Flavor, with Recipes
Jennifer McLagan (Ten Speed Press)

Vegetable Focused and Vegetarian

At Home in the Whole Food Kitchen: Celebrating the Art of Eating Well
Amy Chaplin (Roost Books)

Writing and Literature

The Third Plate: Field Notes on the Future of Food
Dan Barber (Penguin Press)

2015 James Beard Foundation Broadcast and New Media Awards

The Feed Podcast
Hosts: Rick Bayless and Steve Dolinsky
Producers: Matt Cunningham and Steve Dolinsky
Airs on: soundcloud.com/thefeedpodcast

Radio Show/Audio Webcast

Hidden Kitchens World
Hosts: The Kitchen Sisters (Davia Nelson and Nikki Silva)
Producer: The Kitchen Sisters (Davia Nelson and Nikki Silva)
Airs on: NPR

Food Chains
Host: Forest Whitaker
Producers: Hamilton Fish, Smriti Keshari, Eva Longoria, Sanjay Rawal, and Eric Schlosser
Airs: iTunes and Netflix

Television Program, In Studio or Fixed Location

Martha Stewart's Cooking School
Host: Martha Stewart
Producers: Greta Anthony, Kimberly Miller Olko, Martha Stewart, Calia Brencsons-Van Dyk, and Lisa Wagner
Airs On: PBS

Television Program, On Location

The Mind of a Chef
Host: Anthony Bourdain
Producers: ​Jared Andrukanis, Anthony Bourdain, Joe Caterini, Chris Collins, Michael Steed, and Lydia Tenaglia
Airs on: PBS

CBS This Morning's "The Dish"
Host: Anthony Mason and Vinita Nair
Producers: Brian Applegate, Greg Mirman, and Marci Waldman
Airs on: CBS

Video Webcast, Fixed Location and/or Instructional

ChefSteps
Host: Grant Lee Crilly and Chris Young
Producer: Richard B. Wallace
Airs on: chefsteps.com

Video Webcast, On Location

food.curated
Host: Liza de Guia
Producer: Liza de Guia
Airs on: foodcurated.com

Visual and Technical Excellence

Wall of Fire: A ChefSteps Story
Director: Sandy Smolan
Photographer and Editor: Reva Keller
Producers: Grant Crilly and Chris Young
Airs on: chefsteps.com

Outstanding Personality/Host

Host: Ina Garten
Barefoot Contessa: Back to Basics
Airs on: Food Network

2015 James Beard Foundation Journalism Awards

2015 James Beard Foundation Publication of the Year
Gravy, a publication of the Southern Foodways Alliance

The India Issue
The Editors of Saveur
Saveur

"The Toxic, Abusive, Addictive, Supportive, Codependent Relationship Between Chefs and Yelpers"
Rebecca Flint Marx
San Francisco Magazine

"Against the Grain"
Michael Specter
The New Yorker

"Unearthed"
Tamar Haspel
The Washington Post

Food Coverage in a General-Interest Publication

GQ
The Editors of GQ

Food Politics, Policy, and the Environment

"The Quinoa Quarrel: Who Owns the World's Greatest Superfood?"
Lisa M. Hamilton
Harper's

"Cabbage Craft"
Kathy Gunst
EatingWell

"Giving & Thanking"
Ben Schott with the Bon Appétit Editors
Bon Appétit

Orangette
Molly Wizenberg

"Élite Meat"
Dana Goodyear
The New Yorker

"Make"
Gillian Duffy
New York

Wine, Spirits, and Other Beverages

"Into the Vines"
Gabrielle Hamilton
AFAR
The Washington Post


James Beard Foundation Announces 2012 Book, Broadcast & Journalism Award Winners

The James Beard Foundation has announced the winners for its book, broadcast and journalism awards for 2012. Big winners include "Modernist Cuisine," which won both the Cookbook of the Year and the award for Cooking from a Professional Point of View. Food52 and Gastronomica both won for Publication of the Year.

The judges for the book awards (more than 40 in total), broadcast media (more than 28) and journalism awards (more than 70) are comprised of various editors, authors, journalists and professors. All nominees were based on works published or broadcasted in 2011.

Stay tuned for the winners of the restaurant and chef awards, which will be announced Monday night.

2012 James Beard Foundation Book Awards

Cookbook of the Year
Modernist Cuisine
by Nathan Myhrvold with Chris Young and Maxime Bilet
(The Cooking Lab)

Cookbook Hall of Fame
Laurie Colwin
Home Cooking and More Home Cooking

American Cooking
A New Turn in the South: Southern Flavors Reinvented for Your Kitchen
by Hugh Acheson
(Clarkson Potter)

Baking and Dessert
Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams at Home
by Jeni Britton Bauer
(Artisan)

Beverage
Bitters: A Spirited History of a Classic Cure-All, with Cocktails, Recipes, & Formulas
by Brad Thomas Parsons
(Ten Speed Press)

Cooking from a Professional Point of View
Modernist Cuisine
by Nathan Myhrvold with Chris Young and Maxime Bilet
(The Cooking Lab)

General Cooking
Ruhlman's Twenty
by Michael Ruhlman
(Chronicle Books)

Focus on Health
Super Natural Every Day: Well-Loved Recipes from My Natural Foods Kitchen
by Heidi Swanson
(Ten Speed Press)

International
The Food of Morocco
by Paula Wolfert
(Ecco)

Photography
Notes from a Kitchen: A Journey Inside Culinary Obsession
Artist/Photographer: Jeff Scott
(Tatroux)

Reference and Scholarship
Turning the Tables: Restaurants and the Rise of the American Middle Class, 1880-1920
by Andrew P. Haley
(The University of North Carolina Press)

Single Subject
All About Roasting
by Molly Stevens
(W.W. Norton & Company)

Writing and Literature
Blood, Bones & Butter: The Inadvertent Education of a Reluctant Chef
by Gabrielle Hamilton
(Random House)

2012 James Beard Foundation Journalism Awards

Publications of the Year
Amanda Hesser
Food52

Darra Goldstein
Gastronomica

Cooking, Recipes, or Instruction
Anna Thomas
EatingWell
"The Soup for Life"

Environment, Food Politics, and Policy
Ben Paynter
Fast Company
"The Sweet Science"

Food Coverage in a Food-Focused Publication
Saveur
James Oseland

Food Coverage in a General-Interest Publication
Lesley Bargar Suter
Los Angeles
"Chinese Food in L.A.," "It's Time for Breakfast in L.A," "Food Lovers Guide"

Food Culture and Travel
Fuchsia Dunlop
The Financial Times
"Global Menu: Kicking Up a Stink"

Food-Related Columns
Lettie Teague
The Wall Street Journal
On Wine: Lettie Teague: "Drink, Memory: How to Remember that Wine" "In Praise of the One-Cabernet Lunch" "May I recommend: Lessons of Great Sommeliers"

Group Food Blog
The Salt: NPR's Food Blog
Maria Godoy
npr.org/blogs/thesalt

Health and Well-Being
Maureen O'Hagan
The Seattle Times
"Feeling the Weight: The Emotional Battle to Control Kids' Diet"

Humor
Brett Martin
GQ
"The Hangover Part III"

Individual Food Blog
Poor Man's Feast
Elissa Altman
Poormansfeast.com
"Craving the Food of Depravity"

Personal Essay
Cal Fussman
Esquire.com
"Drinking at 1,300 Ft: A 9/11 Story About Wine and Wisdom"

Profile
Susan Choi
Food & Wine
"The Spice Wizardry of Lior Lev Sercarz"

Visual Storytelling
Landon Nordeman
Saveur
"Soul of Sicily," "BBQ Nation," "Heart of the Valley"

Wine, Spirits, and Other Beverages
Sarah Karnasiewicz
Imbibe
"Fizzy Business"

Craig Claiborne Distinguished Restaurant Review Award
Alan Richman
GQ
"The Very Tasty Liberation of Paris," "I Heart SF," "Diner for Schmucks"

MFK Fisher Distinguished Writing Award
John T. Edge
Saveur
"BBQ Nation"

2012 James Beard Foundation Broadcast Media Awards

Radio Show/Audio Webcast
Fear of Frying: Culinary Nightmares
Host: Nina Barrett
Area: WBEZ
Producer: Jason Marck

Special/Documentary (Television or Video Webcast)
A Matter of Taste: Serving Up Paul Liebrandt
Network: HBO
Producers: Sally Rowe, Rachel Mills, and Alan Oxman

Television Program, In Studio or Fixed Location
Chopped
Host: Ted Allen
Network: Food Network
Producers: Linda Lea, Dave Noll, and Vivian Sorenson

Television Program, On Location
Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern
Host: Andrew Zimmern
Network: Travel Channel
Producer: Andrew Zimmern

Television Segment
CBS News Sunday Morning
Host: Martha Teichner
Network: CBS
Producers: Lauren Barnello, Jon Carras, Edward Forgotson, Patrick Lee, and David Small

Video Webcast
eatTV with Jamie Tiampo
Eattv.com
Host: Jamie Tiampo
Producers: Suzanne Glickstein, Jimmy McCoy, and Jamie Tiampo

Media Personality/Host (Television or Video Webcast)
Host: Ted Allen
Show: Chopped
Network: Food Network


Watch the video: The 2020 James Beard Awards Broadcast (December 2021).