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"james beard award" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Is my first road in what does it taste like to you? Everything that the American cuisine is today is because all these different people in different cultures contributed to it. Such a flavour explosion. Everybody knows Typhoon. Nobody knows about Thai people. There's the edition, and there's the hands that prepared and served the fish. Wow. Good baby. So it's interesting that the comment on YouTube breath is that this is unexpectedly authentic and down to Earth. Even though we heard all that high production of value did you get the same feeling watching the show that there's an authenticity to it? Definitely, And I think you know you're really hilarious moments in the food in the show that have nothing to do with food. Um, there's a moment in an episode where they talk about German cuisine and America, where Hardman makes a joke about doing eagles to somebody whose last name is Eagle, who she was talking field and You know that kind of levity. When you're talking about something that can be a serious as to its sovereignty or how immigrant communities can assimilate into America. It's very refreshing. Let's look at the other big streamer from Netflix that, by the way, tastes nations on Julio on Netflix. We have chef's table, which you described as a genre defining what's Chef table about and how is it more than just your standard cooking show? So what's interesting about Chef's table and Similar to destination where it's a lot of people. This is really about the chef that have broken boundaries and done really different things with their cooking on the other thing that's really interesting about it is it's one of the first shows to really focus on The stunning visuals that really great food can bring to a show, so the production quality is extremely high throughout the series. You get the kind of glamour shots of the dishes, and it's a very immersive show. That explains how somebody becomes a top chef. It doesn't just talk about you know, this top chef has this many Michelin stars and these are their signature dishes. That really shows the journey of how somebody who has a life long passion for food, find that passion and followed it. Let's take a listen to Masha Bailey, who's part New Yorker, part Southerner in 19 2001 of James Beard Award for Best Southern chef. She's featured on this season of chef's table. Black cooking in the south means black pipes, shrimping grads fried chicken Musameh Bailey, his shown Savannah that we can expand. They want the black shadows to be frying chicken. I just find that to be a slap in the face. That's not the best that Savannah has to offer. Do you think the show inspires people to become better chefs? I definitely dio Andi. I think a big part of how it does that is by showing you that behind the scenes.
And Philadelphia's 2020 James Beard Award Finalists Are …
"The list the Oscars of the culinary world the James beard awards which recognizes top culinary professionals across the country announced finalists in a Twitter live stream posted by visit Philadelphia and several of Philadelphia's biggest names moved on and some of the most noteworthy categories kuliah Thai kitchen nominated for best new restaurant marred victory for outstanding chef Nicholas Elmi and rich Landau both for best chef semi finalist Toba do please see from S. in bakery didn't make the shortlist for best new Baker but she was recognized for years in a row and says just being nominated has been huge for business but her real concerns around the survival of Philadelphia struggling restaurant scene a lot of restaurants and bars and other food businesses I'm not going to make it through this and that's sad and devastating the winners of the restaurant and chef awards will be announced in Chicago on Friday September twenty fifth charity Howard KYW
The Future Of Food Is The Past: Foraged Foods
"Let's get started folks with our first topic. The new era of foraged foods ruin Jacobson year here in town for the Oregon truffle festival. And I feel like I've noticed In recent years in the food media. That foraging wild. Foods is a very popular topic. That's really trending and I'm seeing it in more in restaurants and even stores and I'm wondering are using that. There's a foraging. Resurgence going on right. Now I think for sure Although I don't know if there is a resurgence. The resurgence from like five thousand years ago. But Yeah for sure. I think it's getting very popular both on the restaurant end with restaurant serving while foods. But also you're seeing more and more people actually going out to forge on their own which I think is pretty interesting. What are some examples that you've seen? Mushrooms obvious one here here in the Pacific northwest. Of course you all have had a mushroom culture going back for really long time but now you're seeing a there's been this explosion of interest in wild ramps. I'm noticing that I think is kind of an interesting barometer all these communities. That really didn't have afford drink. Tradition and ramps are They're like these wild onions wild leeks. There's sometimes called. And they grow really all over the country and they're found in spring and woods and now ram festivals in several places in the country and Of course the other big one is struggles and really the Pacific northwest is driving. That foraging trend. And it's partly because they finally discovered truffle dogs out here which I think is an interesting part of that whole trend. Discover truffle dogs. You mean sniff out the travels. Yeah so the troubles have always been here. But in Europe troubles of always been harvested by dogs because the devils are underground and the really smelly but people can't find them on their own because they're underground but dogs can tell exactly where are and so in Europe. What they've always done is trained dogs to find them. And then the dog through the woods touched the spot where the truffle is or or scratching with their paw and they dig them up. We never knew about that here. so the only truffles are harvested. Were done by raking people would go into. The forest usually mushroom people and rake the woods the first few inches of dirt to get all the truffles but that really disturbs the whole It community the the microbial community soil. And it's also it takes a lot of time if you've got a dog you go to the exact spot where the devils are in. Dig Them Up and in the past maybe five years or so. There's been this explosion of interest in truffle dogs in the Pacific northwest. Get more people going out with their dogs and finding these travels how interesting tornado. I know you wrote a book. James Beard Award Winning Cookbook. Actually called Foods of the Americas native recipes and traditions. I'm assuming there is some a fair amount of four ingredients in that book the trouble phenomenon as you mentioned You know five hundred years ago and certainly long before that. The truffles have been available. I got involved with them with The the Michael Logical Society here in Oregon when they were trying to inoculate back in the eighties. And the I think you're right that the dog phenomenon is helping but you know I think the big distinction with Truffles with dogs in particular is You can train them to seek only the ripe truffles. Where if you're raking them you're going to. As you mentioned disturbed the the environment and then potentially harvest unripe truffles as a result. And that's my observation. As a cook in the region is that there's lots of folks that don't make those distinctions in harvesting which becomes problematic. So I know that this group in I think I've read some articles are related. Work that You know the conscientiousness of harvesting and the impact is is something that we want to encourage people to be knowledgeable about what they're doing but as far as Fourteen I think the North West the cub scouts and Brownies. Kind of a cultural thing grow up eating blackberries and if you're on the coast all kinds of All kinds of seaweeds and sea vegetables and marsh type foods and if you're It's just a natural thing to to study in to eat those kinds of things. We you know you grow up with us here. In the northwest I think that Responsibly used harvested products for personal. Consumption is really great on a commercial level. I'm not sure so sure about that. And I'm encouraged to read about invasive species that are being identified and and sort of encouraged today. It seems like it's a very modern thing to do to to eat chick weed and maybe I didn't and Harvard on the coastline some of the invasive seaweeds that are that are showing Commie for example. It's it's it's always show up on our coast but it's really taking over right now on. This gust excess article ruin. I wish it was invasive favorites but I believe ruin actually wrote an article for outside magazine about the invasive or movement And actually I've read about chefs Harvesting just weeds from the sidewalks in places like South Africa. I like that idea of of Foraging trend. That actually isn't harming the environment isn't taking anything away right you can definitely like if it's invasive species you can. You can chop away with a clean conscience for sure but yeah I. I think the whole trend. It's partly I think. Everybody has a desire to connect to the place where they live in as direct way possible and and when went through food then then that connection is immediate and it just helps bring identity and purpose to the place where you live and I think we all kind of hunger for that especially more and more so as so many parts of the world. Get away from that. I love to hear from you. You're kind of on the cutting edge of conservative. What's next and food? Are you seeing forage products in the marketplace? I don't know that we see it as much in the marketplace in terms of the brands that we working within the CPG space. But where I do see in where I think it's important to talk about Foreign Gina's with Young families and to share this knowledge with them and To Fernando's point to take your kids out in your neighborhood and you're gonNA find Blackberries which is amazing and it tastes so much better than just going to the store and picking them up My daughter also went to a camp where they learn some four gene and she had the opportunity to Pick CATTAILS From the swamp and open them up and eat from them and she came home and told me about and that was something I never heard so I also love the fact that you know children can go out and have these experiences at different camps and my son to he He had the lucky opportunity thing was about to Valentines days ago. He was at a friend's house in the parents. Have this big elaborate meal that they always make for Valentine's Day and they were shaving. Truffles on their veal. He happened to be there and I'm going to talk about this talk about Gen Z. But they are so adventure some when it comes to try new things new foods and he was all in and he was so excited to try truffles for the first time so I think kids are open to try new things. It's about exposing them to it. And I think that includes four gene as well I love that. We're talking about the future of food and we're talking about foraging. I meant something. That's been done for thousands of years and for you mentioned the Michael Logical Society which is the Mushroom Mushroom irs society and I remember in the seventies and eighties. My parents were part of that and we would go mushroom hunting and I just love it. This has come back. So what does it say about the future? It doesn't make you hopeful everyone. You know foraging general. I think it's just a. It's a healthy thing to do on a on an individual basis as those are the things that you should eat on a you know when the rams are the nodding onions are around us. You should eat. Those are the narrow window in which they're available and You know I think it's very helpful to to Put contacts add add seasonal
The Trouble With Table 101
"You will recall the scene. It is last summer very hot day. I should've worn shorts. And you and I show up at a little restaurant in New York City specifically typically in Long Island city Queens. It's a casual Indian place called ADA which translates roughly to hang out spot. And that's the founder. Ronnie Mazumdar was going for your Ronnie Ronnie knows the restaurant business. He currently owns three places in New York. But he's also run into that have closed including one in this very location and he told us that the whole concept of a data is risk which a lot of chances in a restaurant like they're serving goad. Brains isn't really a normal protocol here in New York because you're scared out of your mind like maybe it's way too. Ethnic when other got noticed with some great reviews in a fancy James Beard Award nomination suddenly the business changed and unexpectedly. Ronnie had a problem. The problem is not the food food. It's actually the physical space and how the physical space relates to the money. Okay so to explain this. I you gotTa understand that Ronnie redesigned his restaurant one way we were genuinely never expecting people beyond a five block radius. There's a college across the street. Lots of young professionals working in the area but now now I D is a destination people from different parts of the world are coming. This is no longer a quick bite. Restaurant people are spending more time than we expected that also creates Salaam certain economic pressure. It does that's why the chairs don't have cushions serious. If the chairs are too comfortable people might stay too long and Ronnie is set on keeping prices low which means if he's going to turn a good profit he needs people to quickly then leave and make space for more customers but not feel too rush. I mean he wants them to have a good enough time that they come back of course balance. Yeah that's the key for any restaurant tour. You gotta get the most out of every table every seat every minute that you're open and you do. That restaurant has to balance three things. Price timing and space all come the trade offs. Yeah you can do low low prices in quick turnover or you can make it really comfy so that people are okay paying more but then they stay longer and of course you WANNA fit as many people in your restaurant astronomy possible. But you can't go too far with that because then no one's gonNA WANNA come back. I mean people don't like to eat literally in a human pile trade offs and how ooh A place balances. These trade offs sets the tone and the prophets for a restaurant and this industry operates tiny margins so if that balance is off even a James Beard award nominated. Restaurant is vulnerable. runny is doing a lot of things right but his problem. It is right smack back in the front of the restaurant for everyone to see a does worst table. What table is this? What you say that with like an ominous is only able able? That's a high top because it's higher. It's raised off the ground. Yes and we wanted that because we wanted sort of a little nicer vantage point so people can really see outside. Ronnie with his is years of experience felt the Table One. Oh one was going to be the best table in the house. I mean it's the window seat right and usually people love the window seat but at other this window table has has the restaurants lowest check average. Ronnie doesn't get it. That's why we brought Ronnie a secret weapon definitely Robson. She's an expert on restaurant psychology and design and she has agreed to come to adopt and conduct an experiment. Can she use her research. turntable one oh one to the best seat in the House and also show me and Dan and everyone else the little tricks that restaurants use to get us to spend more hello and welcome to planet money. I'm Sally Home and I'm Dan Passion host of the sport full podcast about food and eating today on the show. We take a page from reality TV. We're doing a data driven restaurant. Mako it is a game of inches and everything inside is fair. Game
Chef Angie Mar is a Star
"And having the right people and like I personally rather have less people on my team but the right people on my team and I'd rather have us all a person leaves and do everything the way that things should be done versus having please to just fill slots shifts because that never does anybody any good you know and you don't have that you know when you're just doing bodies into a schedule it's just more about okay let's just fill bodies who cares if they do a good job I just need to cover it right and there's Times that like people will come in the restaurant and you know I won't have a porter or somebody calls I'll be washing is myself and but that's just what we do you know that's what we do and it's what we have to do and and it was it was a very slow process to turn it around it was slow it win I mean look back looks you did it so quickly but bought it probably didn't feel like no no no no it wasn't until I bought it in two thousand sixteen where it was like okay get to do everything my way would you got a great review before you bought it I did we winded pete review come after yeah so you really did get I've operate on the radar yeah okay well I bought it in April all of two thousand sixteen are let's talk about that and say anything that was the thing we kept it secret God because I knew I knew that UNISOM people found out that we bought it from Grayton because that's a big news story yeah that we would just get reviewed immediately and I wasn't ready for that so I bought it in April may partner WHO's my cousin she and I said nothing to anybody not even our closest friends and I used that entire summer to recipe test and streamline and like really like plate ware and like do all the things that I needed to do how much did it change from before you owned it too when you finally owned it a lot you know a lot I mean it definitely changed a lot it was always about old because this place was never known for its food and I you know Malabar it it was like a club before became a restaurant much so and has a long New York histories along you're coaster for grading took it over it had been clubbed exams for like well you know I still get people walking in the door that are like Oh this is great and Carter's restaurant I'm like have you been living under a rock for the last three years like where he meant it definitely so we bought it in April of two thousand sixteen said nothing kept the exact same menu that whole summer even though it killed me it kept the exact same menu ran a couple of the new things as specials just to get it all down you know I think it would public in July twenty sixteen like end of July twenty sixteen and I shut the doors immediately like that week because I was like now like it's not GonNa Happen so doors all of August we were closed and that's when we really like wow finalized the menu and did how did you get the money to purchase the restaurant I'm very fortunate that I went into business with my cousin and we just really scrape together everything we had to buy it you know and and look by the time we opened this restaurant had no money we'd like zero money you know I bought I took the last I was in London cooking that August for a week and we you didn't have the plate where that we wanted in one of the big things that the beatrice that everybody loves is all this like you know beautiful silver and pewter plate ware and like the cut crystal glass and like while it's toughen everybody's like Oh my God like it's so beautiful and I'm like well little did you know that comes out of us you know being completely broke as and I took the last two thousand dollars out of our bank account in London at an ATM on Portobello Road and literally walked down Portobello. and haggled with all of the old women they're just for like silver spoons and plate ware and all these things and then I bought a suitcase for twenty five years doc and packed it all in my suitcase and brought it back in that's how we opened so you opened with no capital yeah that's really stressful it's scary it's very scary it's so scary you know because it's like you know we spent all of buying the business lawyers all this other stuff so it's a lot of pressure on you ah that's pressure you've bought this restaurant from this famous New Yorker Right now on your right so much pressure and then Pete walks in you know didn't even give me a month yeah people's being the restaurant critic of the New York Times his I mean he's looking he you know there's two star reviews star letters and I think we definitely got to start off letter I've had to make peace with the culinary God's never Etta James Beard Award because I walked out of my own dinner at spirit how I was never say never I don't know I walked out of my don't be dramatic I walked out of my own dinner at the James Beard has to come cook for Pete's
"james beard award" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
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"james beard award" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"News of the day, the events of the day, the things that people are talking about in a wholesale and retail away and a wholesome way as well. That's the by word, we're Holson here on the DJ show. Doug Stephan with Jennifer horn, Victoria key. And Kerry, schilling Jennifer is all spoken out spoke out as it were that wasn't because he was reading bicycle either, Victoria. Keenan schilling is at the controls. And so let's approach the day with a plumb said the interesting where it didn't you? I love that Plum with Plum. Okay. Well, if you've got a Plum, not as food. But there is some food news. If you want to do that. Okay. Trending food news from the James beard foundation. The James beard award was would they were given out earlier this week and since nineteen ninety the James beard foundation, which James beard himself is sort of. He was a chef and kind of redefined American cuisine. And so they honor the best most outstanding names in the food and beverage industry and the best restaurant in all of the United States is in Philadelphia. And if you go to Zahov, which is actually an Israeli restaurant in Philadelphia, it's focused on all kinds of Isreaeli cuisine as well as a mix of modern and American cuisine and that won the James beard award for best restaurant in America and say, yeah. Good for Philly. That's good news for them. And so you don't really think they you Philadelphia cheese steak restaurant. No cheese steaks there. But you don't really think except for cheese steaks. That's funny. You bring that up. But you don't really think of Philly much on on a national platform of new amazing restaurants. You think of New York, obviously, an Charleston, South Carolina, always has a bevy of restaurants that get named for all kinds of awards. So it's good for Philadelphia. The best chef in the mid Atlantic region went to Tom Cunanan from bad Saint and that is in Washington DC. I don't care if you're familiar with that restaurant, but that's obviously going to have a spike visitors. Now, the best chef in the mid west was an Kim from young Joni that's in Minneapolis in the northeast in. There's a Boston restaurant called Uni and toning. The scene is the best their best. Chef in the northwest is Brady Williams for Ken lists. That's in Seattle that chef in the south is Vish Wes bought for snack bar in Oxford, Mississippi can could for you. Best. Chef in southeast is Michelle Bailey for the gray. That's in Savannah, Georgia. And she's actually I've read about her. She's kind of a rising star in the culinary world. The best chef in the southwest is Charlene badminton, and that's F B in Scottsdale. Arizona and the best chef in the west is Michael Cimmarusti from providence loss, and if providence is the name of the restaurant, and that is in Los Angeles. So congratulations everybody there is no there there isn't a prize in terms of money prizes. What happens your reputation is enhanced if he will go to the video, yes, this is soon as you get James beard award, and you put that plaque on your front door. The traffic is just unbelievable people. This is like the Oscars of the food world. Czyz changed the businesses is it get played up on these food networks and food shows is that where does this guy James beard, come from? I don't know much about. I don't believe he's alive anymore. But. He was well the foundation was started in his name. And so it basically is a nonprofit to honor the best food. Okay. So probably Mickey D's is not going to be on the list of not really fabulous. Really, great fantastic restaurants. Mcdonald's in other food news inching closer to getting on board. The meatless burger wagon new version of what of its biggest the biggest. Vegan bury the big vegan T s and they launched it in Germany, interestingly enough, one of the five leading international markets for McDonalds. A Nestle is making the meat this Patty for McDonald's, which I started celebrator late last month. It's plant based protein growing the interest in this growing rapidly consumers are looking for ways to eat healthier and reduce their environmental footprint, and that would come from the amount of beef that's grown in the methane gas. And all that story that would. Processing of beef in general, and yeah, it's very environment. The difference here for those of you who are veggie burger. I don't like veggie burgers. I've never liked part. Don't they don't taste, mushy, even the taste. So this new protein this burger, which is basically a protein burger designed to look and taste just like meat. So what do they call it? The blood burger whose where didn't we talk about that the other day? John burger. Yeah, the impossible burger is being sold at Burger King king and that one. Yeah. I I'm not positive because it grosses me out. I haven't looked into that much. But I believe the impossible burger is the one that when you cut it in when you cut it open, the the inside the looks like it's rare meat, and so it looks it looks very similar to real meat. So I don't know. So if you don't you find you won't I'm guessing those of you who are burger fan. In the southwest, you won't find these at Carl's junior. You won't find him in and out burger, you probably aren't even find him with that new chain. That's all over the northeast or all of these coast at Bob boy, the no five boys. Five brothers five that's been around for Frano fifteen twenty years. We just have them up here recently in New England area. Oh, I know that we we like five guys a lot. I had a very very good in there. And they have peanuts say sit around eat the peanuts. While you're waiting for the burger, and I tell you what did you have? I had a veggie burger. They have okay. Okay. That was quite good had mushrooms with it and pickles and stuff. And what else did I? With a friend who had they had great fries too. I was gonna ask. Yeah. They've got the Cajun fries, which I get every time and many in their super delicious. And then you're caller car smells like Cajun fries. That I've been there before. Hungry. Let's go back to Burger King from moment because they announced this week something new in different. You know, how McDonald's has been known for its happy meal. Right. The fast food from Donald's and kids like they have now Burger King has come up with a new line of meal boxes that honor all kinds of things in the human emotion category. From totally excited to sad, and they are calling these real meals Rio meals launched last week, come in five different varieties a pissed meal for when you're mad blew me. 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"I was wondering if you had fun at the gala last night, it'd be say gala. I said gala because I didn't think they'd let me and if I said gala because I wanted to sound more sophisticated so I went with gala to say gala apples or gala apples Gill apple gala. Yeah. Can also say gala. Yes, there's the third option. Thank you, married. So true what a bunch of goofy. Looking people. The apples or the people at the gala is just the craziest thing you don't understand this at all. And I heard Dean Richards talking with Steve Cochran about Katy Perry wearing the chandelier dress. All I could think of was Carol Burnett coming down with the curtain rods. Exactly. Yes. In the gun with the the Kurbanov show. Well, they go out of their way. I mean, it's no here. Here's a shocker from the world of fashion. The game here is to outdo. Everybody else know that's the tradition at the met Cala gala. What is the purpose of the met gala gala gala? I think it's a big charitable fundraising. It is it is for the Metropolitan Museum of art no for charities. I think nothing. I don't think it's for the museum. I don't know the answer to that. How much is a ticket? I wonder thirty thousand dollars per person or if you wanna table two hundred seventy five thousand dollars. That's your best value is that you're like a place to go to be seen to be the who's who of what's what what's not something. Like that. I can't imagine. I mean, I know it's going to charity. So that's good news. It is going back to the met for there. It is. But imagine spending that much. Anything if you had that much and your celebrity, I think you'd want to be seen there. I would I would have to have that much times a hundred so that that wouldn't take a dent out of me, you know, and forgive what they say about right may dresses, this one you never wear net for although this would be a perfect opportunity for you to debut your tuxedo. Baseball cap, right. Made of the same material that tuxedo for dress up your case. Sometimes you gotta you gotta dress your best, but you still wanna feel a little casual. So it's the tuxedo. Baseball cap. You're right. I need a celebrity or to to get behind that one of the dads. Adid Adidas dead. I don't know what Jonas's will Jonas. I one of them the Jonas brothers think. They're the Janis the Janis thirty thousand dollars per person. Oh my God. What do you? What does that include price of entry for the medicine show up and down by designer which can cost thirty five thousand dollars some jewelry? You get a heck of an expensive evening. No jacket required. Yeah. Stephen one tank tops next year. Quite honestly, if you decorate it in some way, feathers or something. That funds raised at the met gala about over twelve million last year's event raised over twelve million dollars. So a lot of money. It's been held for seventy three years since nineteen forty eight. Or any of the original attendees there last night? No, that's too bad. And. Wow. That's just too much. So you get I'm hoping you get your choice of appetizers soups salad. Dinner any favors. A favor. You know, you get to blow into the favorites. Come afterward. I don't know this is from fortune dot com. And they do not have any information about goodie bags is it one of those events where people lined up outside to watch the limos pull up and the celebrities dressed in chandelier garb come out is there is there a red carpet type thing. Well, there's certainly for the press so third half to be right. The met ball or met gala gala gala is the fashion world quivalent of the Oscars. And. James beard award. I'll tell you. It's. Holding his own head. Could you see that? Yeah. What I d is do you turn down? When you go with that one. Tippy suggest to you that they go. Now, I need something a little little juicier than that. Thanks is the deal to be more outlandish than the next person or to demonstrate a fashion that's going to happen because who's gonna wear their head on a plate. I don't I don't think anyone has the intention of these fashions taking off Schindler dresses are not going to be all the rage in two thousand nineteen twenty twenty eight. Yeah. A couple of years down the line, but not not immediately. Who gets invited to the gala the world's best achievers in all the spheres of music, film, Broadway and fashion as well as simple supernova personalities the list changes
"james beard award" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"James beard award nominations announced today in his abused us. 'cause it's reports Philidelphia once again on the shortlist representing culinary excellence by for this award, and it's known as the Oscars of food, Kristian and Martinez of south Philly. Barbara Kowa had a genuine reaction when she learned. She was nominated for a James beard award in the category of best chef mid Atlantic me excited me happy me as very surprised. Thank you so much. Thank you. Phillies vegan chef rich Landau was also nominated in that category came THEO Claire Rickenbach was among those announcing the nominees in Houston. These next nominees are outstanding shacks all under the age of thirty and with endless talent and potential. These are the ones to watch nominated for rising star chef Jesse ITO. Roy is a Kaya Philadelphia. Rounding out the Philly nominations were Elian for outstanding restaurant tour. Mark veteran for outstanding. Chef and Zaha for outstanding restaurant the James beard gala awards. Take place may fix in Chicago. Hadas Kuznits KYW. Newsradio. All the swing and a miss. It's an unprecedented. Move the Phillies enacted a cell phone policy for the press and then swiftly revoked its own new rule within twenty four hours. The teams relations department sent an Email yesterday threatening to revoke breasts potentials from any reporter or photographer tweets all the manager or players into media. No, tweeting policy triggered an. Immediate response on Twitter for many who cover the team most voiced their displeasure with the rule. A few came to the Phillies defense, it's unknown. What prompted the abrupt Email to threaten such a policy, but just quickly as the message circulated the Phillies rescinded the rule early. This morning, regardless. Everybody will surely have their phones at hand tomorrow. Phillies pudding day firestorm of criticism. Over education secretary Betsy DeVos's proposal cut federal funding Special Olympics devices proposed a budget slashing seven billion and funding and the cuts would eliminate seventeen point six million for the Special Olympics. Social media has been humming with criticism and Utah. Republican Senator Mitt Romney is among politicians attacking the plan. I think the federal government should continue to support the the Special Olympics democrat, California where Barbara Lee calls. The proposal appalling DeVos says the event should be supported to philanthropy, Alison, keys, CBS news, Washington, really old document causing a stir in England. It's being called a portal a window into the past. It's a rare original charter from the reign of Britain's King John complete with the Royal seal it's dated March twenty six twelve hundred eight hundred nineteen years ago. It was issued in York and confirms the transfer of ownership of two hamlets in Durham. It was discovered by chance and county Durham northern England by university of Bristol's Benjamin poll, he says medieval charters or important because of what they reveal about the societal and political culture of the time. Pam Coulter CBS news amp police investigating officers for ignoring and violating department rules during drug bust three. Officers are accused of breaking so many rules, Tampa police say they can no longer do their jobs the alleged violations include tossing out drugs instead of submitting them as evidence failing to file reports and turning off their body cams during those busts turning Ralph Fernandez says two of the accused cop stopped his client last year. You turn off a camera. It's got to have a sinister motive Tampa police say the investigation started with a single complaint from a man who said two officers physically threatened him. The investigation is over now with punishment yet to be determined Peter King CBS news, a Latin pop star defending herself against claims of ripping off someone else's music..
"james beard award" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"What's new what's trending on the Philly food scene? It's what's cooking on ten. Sixty Monica continues through Sunday would've Lisa does. That's judged with a James beard award winning pastry. Chef about one of the holidays, signature foods. Wilcox. Well is the pastry chef at the half where every year they add SUV out or jelly donuts to their specials only during the eight days of Hanukkah and cogs. Well, says the secret to the perfect SUV ganja is in the dough. We normally have oil in the dough. But in this case, we take out the oil in southern butter to make it more like a brioche and enrich dough when it's ready that dough is fried this year. We're just frying canola oil, and it is spectacular at last year. We also fried and crisco, and that was amazing, but not all oils are acceptable. You don't wanna use olive oil or other types of oil that have lower smoking points because you won't be able to get it up to that temperature will says if you have the time you can fill the dealt with homemade jam, but store-bought strawberry jam is amazing in there. The have their SUV don't look like typical donuts, but rather doughnut balls use ice cream scoops to scoop it into the fryer. So that it has like a beautiful round shape for more tips and tricks. Subscribe to the what's cooking podcast other radio dot com app. Hadas Kuznits, KYW NewsRadio at seven fifty five. It's money. News on KYW sponsored by Catholic charities appeal. Here's Bloomberg's Jeff Bellinger and ugly Friday session closed out Wall Street's worst week since March the key index has had losses ranging from two and a quarter to three percent. The Dow Jones industrials fell five hundred fifty nine points to twenty four thousand three eighty eight. The NASDAQ lost two hundred nineteen points, the s&p five hundred closed sixty three points. Lower job creation fell short of estimates. Last month. The Labor Department reported one hundred fifty five thousand workers were added to payrolls. The unemployment rate held a three point seven percent. A trade group says hiring by retailers accounted for twelve percent of the jobs. That were added in November, the national retail federation says the retail industry created eighteen thousand six hundred jobs, but total employment was down from November of last year, reflecting the difficulty of filling positions Americans views. The housing sector. Improves slightly in November. Fannie Maes home purchase sentiment index rose half a point with money news from Bloomberg on KYW. I'm Jeff Bellinger. Federal prosecutors now say that President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen deserves substantial prison time for various finance related crimes. And that's ahead in just a few minutes. How would I an express wants to let you in on a little secret?.
"james beard award" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"There's more to come Christmas gift of the day. I think you're going to see a lot of holiday cheer. A lot of oh just a lot of messes. It's pretty messy. Now, what are the common mistakes people make shock? Let's be serious about the actual baking. You know, a lot of time the feel the depend where are they going to bake those cakes to merge and put that in the oven. And then we've Nicole relocated to say, look, you know, everything we to come over board. We're going to have smoke coming out of the the cake never going to be ready to rush at the end. So that's one of the things they never spin those better creaming off. So the Buttercream is like concrete and predominately cake that thing doesn't spread they spend too much time at the beginning. They don't realize do things very fast at the beginning and spend more time decorating, the DO posit. And that's what's so funny. I was looking at one of the clips and a lady has that warm cake in front of her? She spent too much time doing it. And she scuba criminal ahead, and she put the cream on top of the waiver hands and she stopped spreading it like that. And I was just laughing remembering what? Happened. So that's pretty much the common mistake. That's happened. In the show is a show that if your home you yell at it. Yeah. Why why don't put your hands in the Buttercream Lee? I'm constantly. I'm like did we wash our hands? Lease. We have tweeted. Yes. So we have someone on staff who loves to bake who wanted to take the challenge. Her name's Pilar Pilar actually have about six people on staff who are obsessed with this show, including refers, you're on our vision board like we will have jogging to call on the show when we first started, and she was going to make this little gingerbread house. Okay. Wow. This is complicated. Full nail hype alarm, KOMO her. So what do you wanna tell folks about your experience of trying to be part of the cult of nailed it? I am. Well, I nailed it. First of all. And. And I really think that two hours wasn't enough. So I kind of like had to improvise a little bit. When you take a look nailed it. Now. Did do good. I want to show you the peppermint patio. I okay, then and then the ginger beer, he's a Little Rock. Could you describe this force, Nicole? So we have a house where it snowed. But none of us know got on the front of the hound. We haven't passed out on the roof and passed out in front of the house. We have a I think it's an like drive like a little walkway made with nerds. I think we got funding trees Ifan didn't reef it looks like a cheese door, and then cheese windows, which is funny because I'm like are they doing sorcery, and why is the lighting so harsh and yellow. But we do have a door knob. So we can get in. We got Twix on the roof, which I think is more structural. And then we got some peppermint, which I think is supposed to be like life. Honestly, all in all, I know it's a house. Now Pilar you actually made the gingerbread right dead. Do that's where I like lost. All my time was making the brat. I thought it would take like ten minutes, it took hours, and can you do you mind if they taste it? I mean, if they're willing to take long. It was made yesterday. I'm gonna I'm gonna say, no, thank you. I'll taste it. Maybe jackal tasted. Can I little piece of the roof the whole room? Okay. Thanks to rain in the house. The snow's going to get in. That is crunchy wet food. I love power. Listen, I love to this is really quite if game I didn't touch the other side. This is okay. James beard award winning pastry. Chef. Gingerbread? Them. If we're on the show, what advice would you give her? So what I will tell you is you bake it perfectly gingerbread, it's something that has to be crunchy you need when you bite to to have the crunch and a little bit of Carmel. This is what we get. And we get the spice so making it like that allow you to actually build the house. It's hard enough to sustain the weight and to to build everything Nicole explained very well. The only thing that I will add is it's a house. We've no window only on one side. He's no indoor anywhere else and no chimney. How something close going to come into this house through the door? Drew the door. I hope he's hungry. Blog. Congratulations. It was very good. I it was with me my dad. That's so that's that's fantastic. So anybody if you're listening to us, and you wanna see what just went down is that there's actually really happened. You should go to our Instagram. All WNYC, we'll post the videos and the pictures. Congrats power. Thank you. Can I tell you? She's been so excited. That was fun. Honestly, like couldn't get her to work in kind of a problem. We're talking Nicole Byron Jacques Torres about the nail that holiday special. They drop today. So everybody can do this this weekend. They do you wanna talk about a couple of quick projects. Jacques you've a pop up at nordstrom's this month. Yes. The giant snowman out over chocolates forty pounds snowman. Like a child. And Nicole you have the comedians of the world tour coming up. Yeah. Not tour. It's a special Netflix. Stand up special extravaganza. It's me and forty-seven other comedians from around the world from thirteen regions in eight languages. It comes out January first, and I'm really excited about it. Is there anything about nail that you want people who are watching to know some little secret thing or something you think that's important for them to know. And understand we have fun. NBC's true. Yes. Please keep watching I have a mortgage, Nicole buyer and Jacques terror as it was unpleasant to have you here. Thank you guys. To be here. Dress you down two places in the middle. All our Ruben shouting.
"james beard award" Discussed on KCRW
"Celebrated happily together that story we all now know is not true. Well, Sean Sherman knows it even better than most. He was born and raised on the pine ridge Indian reservation in South Dakota, his cookbook is called the sous chefs indigenous kitchen it want him a James beard award this year, and he's written a new op Ed in time magazine about how he's found a better way. To celebrate thanksgiving. Sean, thank you so much for being here. Thanks for having me, you right in this piece that when you were growing up you went to a small school. In the poorest county in the US and most of the students were native to. So how did your teachers explained thanksgiving to you? The same way that every school child learns thanksgiving story about the Bill Graham's and the Indians joining together and celebrating a big feast, and everybody's happy, and Mary we die. Cut out little hand turkeys and whatnot. The paper machine. Stop. So. Mall deal. Same fading deal. Did you believe it? You know, we didn't really think about it a question too much at that point in time. And you know, it's not till later in life that I started really, you know, looking at those kinds of things and the history that we were. Yeah. And how did you and your family? Celebrate thanksgiving when you were a kid so we had huge gatherings. At my grandparents ranch on pine ridge, reservation, all my aunts, and uncles and cousins and everybody would be there. So just the a huge group of people. And we would just have very, you know, standard thanksgiving fair the turkeys and stoppings mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes beans and not the whole the whole works. Well, when your grandparents died, you right that your family stopped celebrating like that. And that your view of the holiday changed. So how did are passing change your perspective on thanksgiving part of that is you know, they really helped to bring everybody together. All my aunts and uncles and cousins, and when they were no longer around slumping birth family started moving away, and we just never had those kinds of celebrations again for me. I was getting older and starting to read a lot more. And I started reading a lot more about history and started questioning a lot of wells history's even back. Then. How did the sanitized version of thanksgiving come about? Because as I understand it the myth evolved in the wake of president Lincoln making this holiday of thanksgiving official in eighteen sixty three and then that was a period of a huge influx of European immigrants. Yeah. So we see especially in the late eighteen hundreds on the US has pushed all the way westward. We see that rise at immigration happening. We see a lot of immigrant. Farmers coming out over the west people who were living here in America were getting nervous. And there's this huge rise of nationalist kinda point of view happening in America at that time, and they're identifying what their own colonial ancestors, and this story of and Indians comes about. Applied to that thanksgiving holiday 'cause when Lincoln did have nothing to do with stop story at all that wasn't didn't exist with that story. So that story it becomes pushed into all school systems everywhere. You know, even up into the point today. You know what I grew up with on a native reservation? So it's really interesting. Yeah. Right. It'd be it became about teaching these immigrants. What it means to be an American. Exactly. Yeah. Putting a final stamp on that and indoctrinating them. Yup. And it was a very puritanical and Protestant point of view of how Americans were supposed to be and think we write that many of your indigenous brothers and sisters just will not celebrate thanksgiving. But you do why. Well, we look at it more as a time when we should be focused on, you know, some of these good parts that don't have to alienate an entire culture, and it's really just about here friends family gathering together, and you know, celebrating in the year, but she's having fun with the food. He knows Lee religious focus on the food, and you know, because we own an indigenous culinary group soon to be restaurant but focus on indigenous foods in North America. And we have a very popular cookbook out right now, we just really want people to think about the food of their region in the history, and we can, you know, really portray indigenous culture in a true lights without easings kind of made up depictions. And what does that mean for you? What what's on your table on thanksgiving? We love to cook much good indigenous foods every day of the year. But when you look at the typical thanksgiving feast, you'll see a lot of indigenous foods already bear with Turkey corn beans squash, pumpkin maple wild rice stuff like that. You know, our focus if you know, if people have rather books, the sous chefs indigenous kitchen, then you can see like we've used only indigenous ingredients cutting out European ingredients like dairy, we are processed sugar and the food becomes really healthy. But we're using extremely regional foods that are right around us corn beans and squash. I mean, there's just so much wonderful flavors that we can pull out of all these wild foods and agricultural foods. Yeah. I was looking at your article us, right? That you have fees that include dishes like cedar braised, rabbit, which sounds delicious. Cedar brace does that on a cedar plank, or what is the cedar element? We actually is some of the green cedar bough from the tree. So we use the white cedar that girls all around maybe is all sorts of concerns like spruce and pine and tamarack and fir-trees and things like that. So beautiful flavors all around us, literally outsider backdoor, right and sue Mak, which Armenians in their cooking sunshine folks with MAC was also on your on your list and pine studio venison. Yeah. There is so many plant species around us that indigenous peoples have used for millennia that you know, a lot of European Americans have never even attempted. And that's again everywhere we look so you know, we stopped using the term. We'd because I bet you didn't know what it was. And we start to seek out. You know, the true value of all these plants around us, and our people had survived will compress along, and there's so many amazing flavors out there. Well, how do you prepare a cat tail? Tells a great you can do quite a few things with them. The easiest thing to do is gather the stock when it's in the springtime, and you can just like peel it back like a leak towards the bottom, and it's just like a cucumber and I've worked with hickory and acorn flour. But what do you do with it? We put them in soups. We cross things with them. You know, it's it's completely open. So, you know, we're a Connor groups are always exploring and experimenting coming up with new staff, and but also understanding the older recipes now people were using these very, simple foods and very simple manners. But, you know, having a lot of flavor come outta those pieces and know, if you have kids, do you have kids and you have a sixteen year old. Oh, okay. So your sixteen year old when you're sixteen year old thinks of thanksgiving. What is the comfort food? He really loves the duck. We usually roast the duck with maple and stuff it with, you know, some wild berries and some squash and stuff like that. Some corn bread sometimes delicious. It's making me remember the goose we made for thanksgiving. Well, thank you so much for this. I hope you have a wonderful thanksgiving. Thanks for having me on sunshine. Norman is founder of the company called the sous. Chef his book is called.
"james beard award" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A little bit earlier we're talking a little bit of food and coming up after the news we're going to have wayne miller legendary james beard award winning barbecue pit master out of taxes he's in town for when he said he spoke out doing some masterclass of course carrying the torch for great barbecue but also we're going to talk about something else that happens in the summer blockbusters movies and just an opportunity to sit in a nice air conditioned place and these days the movies have those those dream laundry so it's great so we're going to be talking some movies a little bit later on in the program we're going to have that support on with us but one of the things that that i think is is something i'd like to hear a little bit of feedback as well three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred is my family my kids they've got a certain amount of movies that they will just watch over and over and over again we've been forced to i've been forced to watch storks quite a few times over this last week so it's not even current movies but if you've got movies that you really love and appreciation can watch again and again let us know what those are will definitely share them with the rest of the listeners three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred you can text them in you can call and you can talk to tom about it now tom you are in movie aficionado are there are there some movies that you have kind of maybe maybe if let's say you're having a bad day and you got to put cocktail or something right i wish it were as kind as cocktail jaws jaws watchable movie of all time more into i'm more into anime classic anime yeah i've seen that already this the one i have in mind doesn't even fit in the cure isn't even in that category and you may never have heard of the movie it's called heavy metal oh yeah okay where you have to be of a certain age to know heavy metal of because it's classic eight it's truly a classic anime it is all of the elements indefinitely and thank you david for recommending scott is got intrigued scott good versus evil it's got a lot of rock music there's a little bit of nodding in there too definitely send that cartoon it's not necessary for kids we're going to share those in the ask ray david think of more and we'll share them as well right now though it is seven thirty and news time and here's david jennings chicago police say a man is dead after he was shot in an officer involved incident this evening and a twenty one hundred block of east seventy first street in south shore haiti's prime minister has resigned over how we handle the unsuccessful plan to raise fuel prices it turned into a wave of deadly protests state billy he's looking for whoever was driving or a passenger in a mercedes benz found abandoned after three other vehicles were hit by bullets early this morning on i fifty seven in.
"james beard award" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The halo top and ultimately do i want the volume that halo top provides or can i eat half the serving and then feel more satiated where if i eat the pistachios lotto that i really like so let me just tell you one thing before i tell you that of course there you know that they're opening shops i just wanted to let you know if you are looking for something great i did have michelle geyer on our weekly dish radio show this weekend here's the salty tart locally famous baker renown james beard award nominee she has partnered up with sweet me creamery a local kemp's division to make amazing ice cream a break in the calories but you still want your ice cream you know the thing is they've reported at two thousand five hundred percent increase in sales between twenty sixteen and twenty seventeen i guess what they're doing of course they're gonna open scoop shops so it's no longer just something you pull out of your fridge and out of the dairy case in the grocery they're gonna open places all over the country and that way in whereby maybe that's where that's gonna hit you better because it'll be like a smaller scoop and you can sort of customize what you want on it that might be better are they opening any halo top scoop shops in the twin cities.
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"Thought we'll be back with more as we talking with simon dr we're talking about this shift you've got james beard award winners coming from new york to los angeles you're not seeing it in reverse of chefs from la flooding in new york why we'll talk more about it when we return it is the forecourt on nielsen vader kfi am six forty let's get the latest news now with larry parole in the kfi newsroom isis is news agency claims a man who stabbed five people in paris was a soldier of the extremist movement french media say at least one person was stabbed to death in paris today for others were hurt attack has been killed authorities in france have opened a terrorist investigation a married couple from marino valley will be arraigned later this month in connection with seventy weapons related charges riverside county prosecutors say the couple is accused of building illegal custom made an unregistered assault rifles for customers investigation began after the fbi got a tip about threats made by the couple agents a joint terrorism task force got a search warrant and found several weapons inside the defendant's home trump administration may negotiate with california over fuel economy working on a single standard for the country president trump met yesterday with ten auto industry exacts to discuss the standards and reportedly agreed to have transportation secretary elaine chao and epa administrator scott pruitt handle the talks with state officials the auto industry wants to relax standards but not so much they provoke.
"james beard award" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Your last meal check it out check it out new york on thursday night for the james beard award what's going on yeah coming up what are we talking about you ron hello hello exploited i trying to cook over the teas oh remember you know your pick your nose in front of everyone what are you you do it all the time well it's the height of the pollen calvin higher it's really put vacillating up my nose in that helps capture some extra paulin knives sympathy for go ahead and it's really great try if you have allergies slam some fascinating up in your nose if you captured a bunch of paul we're about to turn on facebook live and i'm like well because it's huge difference at my allergy giving i i'll talk to you as soon as you get a break because i want to know more about all encountered charts right now traffic brought to you by wrench mobile mechanics what you say we had an earlier car fire northbound i five out near jbl abba that has now been cleared backup now extends from mount road towards that scene and southbound drivers were looking at it so you've got some heavier traffic as you leave bridgeport and work your way down towards jpl m as well now couple of new things that have popped up northbound four zero five approaching five to two there's a wreck there you've got the right lane blocked on northbound i five at ohio street up in bellingham a wreck on the side on eastbound five twelve after portland our earlier crash on northbound state route five to seven at one eighty at this cleared and if you take southbound at sounder train fifteen fifteen that has been cancelled because of mechanical issue traffic brought to you by.
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"Website philip dot gov slash water steve knew there were a lot of water main breaks with six hundred that is an amazing numbers city hall bureau chief pat loeb the best of the best some of your favorite restaurants may have an even longer reservation wait time thanks to some highprofile recognition they are in the running for a prestigious awards kyw sadako snits joining us on roundup at just about everyone is heard about fees awards steve they're called the james beard awards often considered the offers of food awards and the nomination ceremony was held in philadelphia here at park restaurant in the city's rittenhouse square neighborhood this is the final stop before the may seventh gala in chicago and yes philadelphia representative self well as a food city four restaurant professionals were nominated in four categories included veges rich landau for best chef mid atlantic zahava restaurant for best service also from the have pastry chef camille cogs well for rising star chef of the year and ellen yin of highstreet hospitality for best restaurant tour holding the ceremony in philadelphia is a major recognition of philadelphia's exploding foods theme and the rest doc here park was filled with a who's who of philadelphia's best culinary talent steve when each nominee from philadelphia was announced the crowd erupted in cheers it was a truly supportive environment and the day for philadelphia's food and beverage professionals to celebrate now last year philadelphia took three james beard award a lot of star power there we wish them the best of luck thank you dos dos kuznetsov reporter's roundup forecast meteorologist kate bilo with this cave maybe a snow squall this evening that's right steve there are a couple popping up here and there they're mainly in our north and west suburbs which is good news not seeing a whole lot drift down into the philadelphia area but looking at the radar right now there are a couple of flurries and flakes trying to make their way toward the city and any of.
"james beard award" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"James beard award while his beach plum restaurant was a favorite of the obamas and other people that go to martyrs vineyard in the summertime generalize said it was beautiful is very saddened that i was sobbing alltime vows were stunning than to people really love each other shows and it was a beautiful ceremony in an amazing time and it is interesting the jennifer aniston was there and the same week that she pull the plug on her deal with them thorough i said that's the news from the world of entertainment hour gets a music news here 25 after the hour our here's level ed sheeran is that a little here later little richard who had a little do we know if he's little is he little i think he's probably about the same hate as all of us five five eight is five nine if something like that three rumors grid flying there is to sheeran might have landed the dream gig are performing at the royal wedding however permit that's not true he was asked by prince harry but his manager said no ahead is performing so why would you say no to that well this this is a very bizarre story this has been going on for ever since they announced their engagement and i guess the the manager said it's not happening he will not be performing implying that i was not asked oh so the house also until tori i guess he could probably take a day off shania exactly what i it's funny because i follow his manager onto petr and he ice i'm tweet the other day he was like i keep getting a bunch of questions about a certain wedding he was saying but i guess nobody bothers to check our tour schedule for i wonder w where is he on my on may 19th that's the day of the wedding saturday i'm not actually schori no he extended his us tour so he might be over here but i'm not and he's been younger asked the question is how he has interviewed yeah and he says i i knew the prince met him once and that's off barely known down but he's the big sensation in english is knee at the he is.
"james beard award" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Works and works me they are definitely better nydia than a real keys it absolutely and apology staff at its fat i i'm like no will put that a guy looks me goes you want it and i go okay put it all night i got it i she's taken a got another one to go and i don't think it may home i don't think of the guy even halfway yet halfway home now lianne i mean uh ray lappi dr barbecue here is very blessed to be eating fabulous food all around this world um where summer cool places that that you've got a chastity well i've been fortunate kale and my dad's retired now but he was that pilot twa a and so we i would fly to paris and he near the eiffel tower and have some frenchchinese crazy stuff like that you had some fred's onion soup at the schaal dooley's air and then flew home with him led some benefits of having great international food but one of my favorite places in chicago and it just uh i think it was up for james beard award and it's a bunch of daughters that do peking duck duct side i mean table side peking duck yeah and it's table side you have to order it in advance and it's an oil depots oil on it all the cooking hang them and it gets a krispy skin harvard table side rejoinder tomer odds on broadway i'm just trying to come of it now loves it better caucasian people making peking dow they weren't nothing of course of course according to the words yellow but really outstanding food and very reasonable so that's one of my favorite dishes um i like all kinds of food but that was probably you know my best my favorite dinner logo yeah now when allows said this before and things of definitely changed um you know some used to be when you walk into a barbecue place you wanna see a big old brother in there that's how it as as you said the at a i'm sure you've gone through this before when you say okay this is my restaurant the ever have suddenly looked at you crazy goal at what are you know about barbecue you've caught up before palm it's it's not only on the competition circuit it's in the restaurants salary i basically heidel ideas.
"james beard award" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"But he's asking of drew brees is leaving drew brees is the smaller athlete who has had the worst offensive line in these thirty nine nobody was pushing peyton manning out the door he was on his fourth neck surgery and was awful tom is bigger stronger than breeze better offensive lines than breeze this is the first year brady has been hit and he's still amazing and he's not awful or has four next surgeries or a numb throwing finger on a forty degree daylight payton at his last year the other thing is sometimes like i just don't think the media people quite understand the way it works to end up warren buffett would you ask warren buffett a warned if you make another billion dollars next year will you stop investing of course not that's what he does bobby fly if you win the james beard award will you stop the restaurant career w of course not there was a great scene an average movie it was shilo above and josh brolin talented actors were in wall street to and listen to this scene this is brady this is bob it this is bobby flight what's your number the amount of money would need to just walk away from it live i find that everybody has a number is usually an exact number so what is yours more more the risk a number warren buffett can make and stop earn award bobby flake and win and stop cooking.
"james beard award" Discussed on WLOB
"The beers so the overwhelming for you to have an organization of business that takes them to sort of a a smattering of different places and of course that was a big piece of why visit portland started harvest in the harbour back in the day was like onestop shopping for the consumers the phnomenom any could taste all of these different fantastic james beard awardwinning level chefs and the thing that i think people don't really appreciate is the fact that the james beard awards that's that's the that's academy awards but in a lot of ways it is an honor to be nominated by by putting like academy award nominee what we see those are the people naturally likewise we've had some tremendous chefs who have not necessarily one but have been given the honour of going down to cook or a perform if you well at the james beer house site in new york so case in point a david tauran was down there recently i know that zapotec attacker uh chef has nli shanaman down there right um and then now to have uh emilio down as is quite really exciting what quite exciting and so uh explain how this this works obviously the ticket price does not include hotel or or airfare writing 600 that nerve just to get an so if you're gonna do this year make your plans i saw the other piece of it though is what is involved because i understand a multi course meal and there's a lot of moving parts of he has to bring his own food and its own staff that's correct yes he needs to have a say staff that will prepare um all of the foods and it is a pretty big undertaking because it is several courses and um there is a oftentimes a uninvited guest list so they'll be some important vips are to predate his cooking and i believe everything is sort of vetted a bit prior to their going but they're given quite a bit of um a broad leeway to do what they feel will showcase main and his style of cooking so he brings a really interesting fusion he's he's from puerto rico he spent time as a chef in washington dc and he came to main fell in love wanted to make his life here and his um i'm a lot of vegetation food and.
"james beard award" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I iq sports teams when it comes to this topshelf mastering james beard award winning his to be bringing his brand of awesome to the ballpark as part of the chicago cubs chef series the one italy rick bailis is online welcomed the wgn thank you so much it's a pleasure to be with you we're really excited to be at wrigley if it's kinda crazy because i've only been directly judged as a fan and two sure to be on the inside a and it'd be able to hang out there when it's not just filled with fans getting ready for what we're doing it's been a really awesome well what's been great is to be able to bring the best of chicago and the best of chicago on the baseball field is now some of the best in the world so that's kind of a new and different change for a long time obviously you have been doing that on on the rest food side but the whole sports world is sort of changing and these ballparks are kind of just ambassador opportunities for so much of what is going on in the city people know kind of chicago for the cubs but but they love it for the food well and just think about what happened at our airports too because now you can get some really good local food at our airports and why not have the same sort of thing had to ballparks some of the chefs represented there because we all i mean to be a really good chef you have to be able to cook it all levels you can't just do fancy foods and to be able to do start it's just appropriate for for wrigley field in our case at this low men have just been a joy we we made a couple of different taco's we did a a beefed barbacoas taco with this gorgeous red chili sauce in it are doled high trusted goes on it and then we did this really classic chicken dish from central mexico called chicken tingo minutes got rochat tomatoes picture police chile too little creamy slow on the top of it i just it delicious mouth full and and you know we even and people will africa but we even made biz nod toward nachos and i have to.
"james beard award" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman
"The following podcast contains explicit language hey this is the moment a break up best whistling today's guess is marcus adults who reportedly theo pia moved to sweden at a very young age came to new york and was executive chef at aquavit a restaurant that was incredible is no longer here that i at alatas young man then a open red rooster which the sensation uh cooked the first of all the state dinner with the youngest threestar chef ever james beard award winner tv star if you listen to this you know marcus is and a hey marcus thanks for doing this thing for having had an author which we're gonna talk about a lot because your new book the title of which is red rooster the red with the cookbooks really talked about the hustling food and the people of harlem will it does and it's not i mean it's where's i was reading and i was like i wish that you could also just published the essays yay no preamble who don't want to cook yeah there's so i knew who might miss the book people listen shore big readers year those essays are really incredible it's a really jazz like ralf ellison informed version of a memoir i know you've written in l'amour but this thing is consciously written to emulate a certain style harlem renaissance style and revels in style in a way that really moved me thank you so much for i only took four years to make the book to do the book and i felt like you know being in harlem and having the luxury to live and work in harlem a camp percent sent to subodh my 150 recipes visit just not about two hundred fifty recipes right this is so much more about the large dialogue where we cylin this moment where we soon of fight and strive for diversity but also rally unjust given real context context to to it's so our restaurant.