Today the James Beard Foundation announced the nominees for its 2020 awards, amid the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic.
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This morning, the James Beard Foundation announced the semifinalists for its 2020 awards.
This morning, the James Beard Foundation announced the final nominees for its 2019 awards.
The James Beard Awards process for 2019 has begun. This morning, the James Beard Foundation announced the semifinalists for its annual awards.
James Beard nominations are a big deal. But what's it really like to find your name on the list? We chat with Milwaukee's own Karen Bell, 2018 James Beard nominee and owner of Bavette La Boucherie, about her experience as well as her storied past and plans for the future. Then stay tuned as Matt Mueller gets his feet wet with yet another smoldering edition of the Food Porn Minute.
Milwaukee may not have taken home an award this year. However, our 2018 nominees, Justin Carlisle and Karen Bell, stand among numerous Wisconsin chefs who have made the journey from the James Beard semi-finals into the finals and beyond.
This year's James Beard finalists include two Milwaukee chefs, each of which has made significant contributions to the growing Milwaukee dining scene.
This morning, the James Beard Foundation announced the semifinalists for its 2018 awards. And Milwaukee has five reasons to be proud.
Tonight, at the 27th annual James Beard Awards in Chicago, Kevin Nashan of Sidney Street Cafe in St. Louis, was named best chef in the Midwest. Nashan, who also owns Peacemaker Lobster & Crab Co., is a five-time semi-finalist, and 2017 marked his third finals nomination.
The James Beard Foundation announced the final nominees for its 2017 awards this morning from a.o.c. restaurant in Los Angeles. For the third year running, Chef Justin Carlisle of Ardent and Red Light Ramen has made it to the next round for Best Chef Midwest.
This morning, the James Beard Foundation announced the semifinalists for its 2017 awards. And Milwaukee has four reasons to be proud. Semifinalists will now move on to a voting body comprised of former Beard Award winners.
Since 2002, Milwaukee has seen honors for 12 restaurants or chefs from the James Beard Foundation. And, if you're a food lover who wants to get to know our city better, put a visit to each of these restaurants on your list of things to do during 2017.
Even if we didn't achieve a win this year for Best Chef Midwest, the James Beard Awards still bode well for the city of Milwaukee for numerous reasons - all reasons Milwaukee can consider 2016 a win.
The James Beard Foundation announced the final nominees for its 2016 awards from Presidio Officers' Club in San Francisco Tuesday morning and among the finalists is Justin Carlisle of Ardent.
The James Beard Foundation announced the semi-finalist candidates for its prestigious award this morning. Among those chosen are three chefs hailing from Milwaukee, along with a number of Madison candidates.