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Can he saber the champagne, too?

The James Beard Foundation has chosen TV personality Alton Brown to host the 2012 JBF Awards on May 7 in New York City, while Michael Symon and CBS' Martha Teichner will co-host the James Beard Foundation Book, Broadcast & Journalism Awards Dinner on May 4.

Since it's the foundation's 25th anniversary, the theme for this year's awards is "25 Years of Food at its Best."

Chefs who personally knew James Beard (and other notables influenced by him) are going to prepare dishes from Beard's cookbooks for the gala reception.

Furthermore, the foundation has gathered up recipes to publish the ultimate James Beard cookbook: The James Beard Foundation’s Best of the Best: A 25th Anniversary Celebration of America’s Outstanding Chefs. What a mouthful. The cookbook will be available March 7 for $60.

Check out the 2012 semifinalists for the James Beard Awards.


The Tenth Degree: Alton Brown

Eddy Chen

Alton Brown—food personality, James Beard Award winner, consummate host—is smashing his credits together on Monday when, for the third time, he will serve as Master of Ceremonies for the James Beard Awards in Chicago. In the few spare moments he had before pressing his tux and doing his mouth exercises, he faced his greatest fear: taking a questionnaire. See below.

What is your favorite sandwich?
Pastrami and mustard on rye from Katz’s Deli. I know, it’s a cliche but it’s a cliche for a reason.

Your house is on fire and you can only save one thing. What is it and why?
A painting of a bird eating a fish my daughter painted when she was 5.

What book(s) is on your bedside table right now?
Gravity’s Rainbow by Thomas Pynchon

You’re having a dinner party and can invite three people, dead or alive, and serve them one thing. Who are they, what do you serve, and why?
My grandmother (dead), to show her I finally got her biscuits right.
Hemingway (dead), because I’d love to make him a daiquiri.
My dad (dead), because he loved meatballs and because I’ve got questions to ask.

What is your greatest fear?
Questionnaires.

What is the most overrated ingredient? Underrated?
Bacon. Ketchup.

You can have any superpower. What is it and why?
Turn water into bourbon.

What’s the first thing you learned to cook?
Cap’n Crunch (does pouring on milk count?)

What is the best advice you’ve ever gotten, and from whom?
I trained under a French chef named Patrick Matecat who said “There are only two kinds of food, good food and bad food.”

What’s the last meal you want to eat before you die?
I don’t care as long as my grandchildren cook it for me.

MORE TO READ

Get Your Fried Chicken With Creamed Corn and Bananas in Buenos Aires

In Argentina’s capital city, over-the-top pan-European restaurants are a nostalgic throwback to another century, and no dish is more audacious.


The Tenth Degree: Alton Brown

Eddy Chen

Alton Brown—food personality, James Beard Award winner, consummate host—is smashing his credits together on Monday when, for the third time, he will serve as Master of Ceremonies for the James Beard Awards in Chicago. In the few spare moments he had before pressing his tux and doing his mouth exercises, he faced his greatest fear: taking a questionnaire. See below.

What is your favorite sandwich?
Pastrami and mustard on rye from Katz’s Deli. I know, it’s a cliche but it’s a cliche for a reason.

Your house is on fire and you can only save one thing. What is it and why?
A painting of a bird eating a fish my daughter painted when she was 5.

What book(s) is on your bedside table right now?
Gravity’s Rainbow by Thomas Pynchon

You’re having a dinner party and can invite three people, dead or alive, and serve them one thing. Who are they, what do you serve, and why?
My grandmother (dead), to show her I finally got her biscuits right.
Hemingway (dead), because I’d love to make him a daiquiri.
My dad (dead), because he loved meatballs and because I’ve got questions to ask.

What is your greatest fear?
Questionnaires.

What is the most overrated ingredient? Underrated?
Bacon. Ketchup.

You can have any superpower. What is it and why?
Turn water into bourbon.

What’s the first thing you learned to cook?
Cap’n Crunch (does pouring on milk count?)

What is the best advice you’ve ever gotten, and from whom?
I trained under a French chef named Patrick Matecat who said “There are only two kinds of food, good food and bad food.”

What’s the last meal you want to eat before you die?
I don’t care as long as my grandchildren cook it for me.

MORE TO READ

Get Your Fried Chicken With Creamed Corn and Bananas in Buenos Aires

In Argentina’s capital city, over-the-top pan-European restaurants are a nostalgic throwback to another century, and no dish is more audacious.


The Tenth Degree: Alton Brown

Eddy Chen

Alton Brown—food personality, James Beard Award winner, consummate host—is smashing his credits together on Monday when, for the third time, he will serve as Master of Ceremonies for the James Beard Awards in Chicago. In the few spare moments he had before pressing his tux and doing his mouth exercises, he faced his greatest fear: taking a questionnaire. See below.

What is your favorite sandwich?
Pastrami and mustard on rye from Katz’s Deli. I know, it’s a cliche but it’s a cliche for a reason.

Your house is on fire and you can only save one thing. What is it and why?
A painting of a bird eating a fish my daughter painted when she was 5.

What book(s) is on your bedside table right now?
Gravity’s Rainbow by Thomas Pynchon

You’re having a dinner party and can invite three people, dead or alive, and serve them one thing. Who are they, what do you serve, and why?
My grandmother (dead), to show her I finally got her biscuits right.
Hemingway (dead), because I’d love to make him a daiquiri.
My dad (dead), because he loved meatballs and because I’ve got questions to ask.

What is your greatest fear?
Questionnaires.

What is the most overrated ingredient? Underrated?
Bacon. Ketchup.

You can have any superpower. What is it and why?
Turn water into bourbon.

What’s the first thing you learned to cook?
Cap’n Crunch (does pouring on milk count?)

What is the best advice you’ve ever gotten, and from whom?
I trained under a French chef named Patrick Matecat who said “There are only two kinds of food, good food and bad food.”

What’s the last meal you want to eat before you die?
I don’t care as long as my grandchildren cook it for me.

MORE TO READ

Get Your Fried Chicken With Creamed Corn and Bananas in Buenos Aires

In Argentina’s capital city, over-the-top pan-European restaurants are a nostalgic throwback to another century, and no dish is more audacious.


The Tenth Degree: Alton Brown

Eddy Chen

Alton Brown—food personality, James Beard Award winner, consummate host—is smashing his credits together on Monday when, for the third time, he will serve as Master of Ceremonies for the James Beard Awards in Chicago. In the few spare moments he had before pressing his tux and doing his mouth exercises, he faced his greatest fear: taking a questionnaire. See below.

What is your favorite sandwich?
Pastrami and mustard on rye from Katz’s Deli. I know, it’s a cliche but it’s a cliche for a reason.

Your house is on fire and you can only save one thing. What is it and why?
A painting of a bird eating a fish my daughter painted when she was 5.

What book(s) is on your bedside table right now?
Gravity’s Rainbow by Thomas Pynchon

You’re having a dinner party and can invite three people, dead or alive, and serve them one thing. Who are they, what do you serve, and why?
My grandmother (dead), to show her I finally got her biscuits right.
Hemingway (dead), because I’d love to make him a daiquiri.
My dad (dead), because he loved meatballs and because I’ve got questions to ask.

What is your greatest fear?
Questionnaires.

What is the most overrated ingredient? Underrated?
Bacon. Ketchup.

You can have any superpower. What is it and why?
Turn water into bourbon.

What’s the first thing you learned to cook?
Cap’n Crunch (does pouring on milk count?)

What is the best advice you’ve ever gotten, and from whom?
I trained under a French chef named Patrick Matecat who said “There are only two kinds of food, good food and bad food.”

What’s the last meal you want to eat before you die?
I don’t care as long as my grandchildren cook it for me.

MORE TO READ

Get Your Fried Chicken With Creamed Corn and Bananas in Buenos Aires

In Argentina’s capital city, over-the-top pan-European restaurants are a nostalgic throwback to another century, and no dish is more audacious.


The Tenth Degree: Alton Brown

Eddy Chen

Alton Brown—food personality, James Beard Award winner, consummate host—is smashing his credits together on Monday when, for the third time, he will serve as Master of Ceremonies for the James Beard Awards in Chicago. In the few spare moments he had before pressing his tux and doing his mouth exercises, he faced his greatest fear: taking a questionnaire. See below.

What is your favorite sandwich?
Pastrami and mustard on rye from Katz’s Deli. I know, it’s a cliche but it’s a cliche for a reason.

Your house is on fire and you can only save one thing. What is it and why?
A painting of a bird eating a fish my daughter painted when she was 5.

What book(s) is on your bedside table right now?
Gravity’s Rainbow by Thomas Pynchon

You’re having a dinner party and can invite three people, dead or alive, and serve them one thing. Who are they, what do you serve, and why?
My grandmother (dead), to show her I finally got her biscuits right.
Hemingway (dead), because I’d love to make him a daiquiri.
My dad (dead), because he loved meatballs and because I’ve got questions to ask.

What is your greatest fear?
Questionnaires.

What is the most overrated ingredient? Underrated?
Bacon. Ketchup.

You can have any superpower. What is it and why?
Turn water into bourbon.

What’s the first thing you learned to cook?
Cap’n Crunch (does pouring on milk count?)

What is the best advice you’ve ever gotten, and from whom?
I trained under a French chef named Patrick Matecat who said “There are only two kinds of food, good food and bad food.”

What’s the last meal you want to eat before you die?
I don’t care as long as my grandchildren cook it for me.

MORE TO READ

Get Your Fried Chicken With Creamed Corn and Bananas in Buenos Aires

In Argentina’s capital city, over-the-top pan-European restaurants are a nostalgic throwback to another century, and no dish is more audacious.


The Tenth Degree: Alton Brown

Eddy Chen

Alton Brown—food personality, James Beard Award winner, consummate host—is smashing his credits together on Monday when, for the third time, he will serve as Master of Ceremonies for the James Beard Awards in Chicago. In the few spare moments he had before pressing his tux and doing his mouth exercises, he faced his greatest fear: taking a questionnaire. See below.

What is your favorite sandwich?
Pastrami and mustard on rye from Katz’s Deli. I know, it’s a cliche but it’s a cliche for a reason.

Your house is on fire and you can only save one thing. What is it and why?
A painting of a bird eating a fish my daughter painted when she was 5.

What book(s) is on your bedside table right now?
Gravity’s Rainbow by Thomas Pynchon

You’re having a dinner party and can invite three people, dead or alive, and serve them one thing. Who are they, what do you serve, and why?
My grandmother (dead), to show her I finally got her biscuits right.
Hemingway (dead), because I’d love to make him a daiquiri.
My dad (dead), because he loved meatballs and because I’ve got questions to ask.

What is your greatest fear?
Questionnaires.

What is the most overrated ingredient? Underrated?
Bacon. Ketchup.

You can have any superpower. What is it and why?
Turn water into bourbon.

What’s the first thing you learned to cook?
Cap’n Crunch (does pouring on milk count?)

What is the best advice you’ve ever gotten, and from whom?
I trained under a French chef named Patrick Matecat who said “There are only two kinds of food, good food and bad food.”

What’s the last meal you want to eat before you die?
I don’t care as long as my grandchildren cook it for me.

MORE TO READ

Get Your Fried Chicken With Creamed Corn and Bananas in Buenos Aires

In Argentina’s capital city, over-the-top pan-European restaurants are a nostalgic throwback to another century, and no dish is more audacious.


The Tenth Degree: Alton Brown

Eddy Chen

Alton Brown—food personality, James Beard Award winner, consummate host—is smashing his credits together on Monday when, for the third time, he will serve as Master of Ceremonies for the James Beard Awards in Chicago. In the few spare moments he had before pressing his tux and doing his mouth exercises, he faced his greatest fear: taking a questionnaire. See below.

What is your favorite sandwich?
Pastrami and mustard on rye from Katz’s Deli. I know, it’s a cliche but it’s a cliche for a reason.

Your house is on fire and you can only save one thing. What is it and why?
A painting of a bird eating a fish my daughter painted when she was 5.

What book(s) is on your bedside table right now?
Gravity’s Rainbow by Thomas Pynchon

You’re having a dinner party and can invite three people, dead or alive, and serve them one thing. Who are they, what do you serve, and why?
My grandmother (dead), to show her I finally got her biscuits right.
Hemingway (dead), because I’d love to make him a daiquiri.
My dad (dead), because he loved meatballs and because I’ve got questions to ask.

What is your greatest fear?
Questionnaires.

What is the most overrated ingredient? Underrated?
Bacon. Ketchup.

You can have any superpower. What is it and why?
Turn water into bourbon.

What’s the first thing you learned to cook?
Cap’n Crunch (does pouring on milk count?)

What is the best advice you’ve ever gotten, and from whom?
I trained under a French chef named Patrick Matecat who said “There are only two kinds of food, good food and bad food.”

What’s the last meal you want to eat before you die?
I don’t care as long as my grandchildren cook it for me.

MORE TO READ

Get Your Fried Chicken With Creamed Corn and Bananas in Buenos Aires

In Argentina’s capital city, over-the-top pan-European restaurants are a nostalgic throwback to another century, and no dish is more audacious.


The Tenth Degree: Alton Brown

Eddy Chen

Alton Brown—food personality, James Beard Award winner, consummate host—is smashing his credits together on Monday when, for the third time, he will serve as Master of Ceremonies for the James Beard Awards in Chicago. In the few spare moments he had before pressing his tux and doing his mouth exercises, he faced his greatest fear: taking a questionnaire. See below.

What is your favorite sandwich?
Pastrami and mustard on rye from Katz’s Deli. I know, it’s a cliche but it’s a cliche for a reason.

Your house is on fire and you can only save one thing. What is it and why?
A painting of a bird eating a fish my daughter painted when she was 5.

What book(s) is on your bedside table right now?
Gravity’s Rainbow by Thomas Pynchon

You’re having a dinner party and can invite three people, dead or alive, and serve them one thing. Who are they, what do you serve, and why?
My grandmother (dead), to show her I finally got her biscuits right.
Hemingway (dead), because I’d love to make him a daiquiri.
My dad (dead), because he loved meatballs and because I’ve got questions to ask.

What is your greatest fear?
Questionnaires.

What is the most overrated ingredient? Underrated?
Bacon. Ketchup.

You can have any superpower. What is it and why?
Turn water into bourbon.

What’s the first thing you learned to cook?
Cap’n Crunch (does pouring on milk count?)

What is the best advice you’ve ever gotten, and from whom?
I trained under a French chef named Patrick Matecat who said “There are only two kinds of food, good food and bad food.”

What’s the last meal you want to eat before you die?
I don’t care as long as my grandchildren cook it for me.

MORE TO READ

Get Your Fried Chicken With Creamed Corn and Bananas in Buenos Aires

In Argentina’s capital city, over-the-top pan-European restaurants are a nostalgic throwback to another century, and no dish is more audacious.


The Tenth Degree: Alton Brown

Eddy Chen

Alton Brown—food personality, James Beard Award winner, consummate host—is smashing his credits together on Monday when, for the third time, he will serve as Master of Ceremonies for the James Beard Awards in Chicago. In the few spare moments he had before pressing his tux and doing his mouth exercises, he faced his greatest fear: taking a questionnaire. See below.

What is your favorite sandwich?
Pastrami and mustard on rye from Katz’s Deli. I know, it’s a cliche but it’s a cliche for a reason.

Your house is on fire and you can only save one thing. What is it and why?
A painting of a bird eating a fish my daughter painted when she was 5.

What book(s) is on your bedside table right now?
Gravity’s Rainbow by Thomas Pynchon

You’re having a dinner party and can invite three people, dead or alive, and serve them one thing. Who are they, what do you serve, and why?
My grandmother (dead), to show her I finally got her biscuits right.
Hemingway (dead), because I’d love to make him a daiquiri.
My dad (dead), because he loved meatballs and because I’ve got questions to ask.

What is your greatest fear?
Questionnaires.

What is the most overrated ingredient? Underrated?
Bacon. Ketchup.

You can have any superpower. What is it and why?
Turn water into bourbon.

What’s the first thing you learned to cook?
Cap’n Crunch (does pouring on milk count?)

What is the best advice you’ve ever gotten, and from whom?
I trained under a French chef named Patrick Matecat who said “There are only two kinds of food, good food and bad food.”

What’s the last meal you want to eat before you die?
I don’t care as long as my grandchildren cook it for me.

MORE TO READ

Get Your Fried Chicken With Creamed Corn and Bananas in Buenos Aires

In Argentina’s capital city, over-the-top pan-European restaurants are a nostalgic throwback to another century, and no dish is more audacious.


The Tenth Degree: Alton Brown

Eddy Chen

Alton Brown—food personality, James Beard Award winner, consummate host—is smashing his credits together on Monday when, for the third time, he will serve as Master of Ceremonies for the James Beard Awards in Chicago. In the few spare moments he had before pressing his tux and doing his mouth exercises, he faced his greatest fear: taking a questionnaire. See below.

What is your favorite sandwich?
Pastrami and mustard on rye from Katz’s Deli. I know, it’s a cliche but it’s a cliche for a reason.

Your house is on fire and you can only save one thing. What is it and why?
A painting of a bird eating a fish my daughter painted when she was 5.

What book(s) is on your bedside table right now?
Gravity’s Rainbow by Thomas Pynchon

You’re having a dinner party and can invite three people, dead or alive, and serve them one thing. Who are they, what do you serve, and why?
My grandmother (dead), to show her I finally got her biscuits right.
Hemingway (dead), because I’d love to make him a daiquiri.
My dad (dead), because he loved meatballs and because I’ve got questions to ask.

What is your greatest fear?
Questionnaires.

What is the most overrated ingredient? Underrated?
Bacon. Ketchup.

You can have any superpower. What is it and why?
Turn water into bourbon.

What’s the first thing you learned to cook?
Cap’n Crunch (does pouring on milk count?)

What is the best advice you’ve ever gotten, and from whom?
I trained under a French chef named Patrick Matecat who said “There are only two kinds of food, good food and bad food.”

What’s the last meal you want to eat before you die?
I don’t care as long as my grandchildren cook it for me.

MORE TO READ

Get Your Fried Chicken With Creamed Corn and Bananas in Buenos Aires

In Argentina’s capital city, over-the-top pan-European restaurants are a nostalgic throwback to another century, and no dish is more audacious.


Watch the video: Alton Brown Lights ESB in Honor of the James Beard Foundation (July 2022).


Comments:

  1. Grayvesone

    Can this be paraphrased?

  2. JoJoshicage

    This is not the joke!

  3. Gardataur

    I fully share her point of view. I think this is a great idea.

  4. Curtice

    I can not remember.

  5. Ardon

    Thank you very much for the help on this question.



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