Full List of 2018 James Beard Award Nominees

The annual prestigious award ceremony is often referred to as the Oscars of the food world

Here's a look at the list of nominees for the James Beard Awards, set to take place in Chicago May 7. 

2018 James Beard Foundation Outstanding Restaurant Design Awards

For the best restaurant design or renovation in North America since January 1, 2015. Winners will be announced on May 7, 2018.

75 Seats and Under

Firms: FÖDA Studio, Studio MAI, and Michael Hsu Office of Architecture

Designers: Jett Butler, Tom Ahn, Dale Wallain, and Milo Garcia

Project: Otoko, Austin

Firm: The MP Shift

Designers: Amy Morris, Anna Polonsky, and Julie Nerenberg

Project: De Maria, NYC

Firm: Rockwell Group

Designers: David Rockwell, Greg Keffer, and the Rockwell Group Design Team

Project: Daily Provisions, NYC

76 Seats and Over

Firm: ABC Carpet & Home

Designers: Paulette Cole, Amy Ilias, Maya Nakano, and the ABC Home Creative Team

Project: abcV, NYC

Firms: Aidlin Darling Design with a l m project

Designers: Joshua Aidlin, David Darling, Adam Rouse, and Andrea Lenardin Madden

Project: In Situ, San Francisco

Firms: FÖDA Studio and Shears Adkins Rockmore

Designers: Jett Butler, Stephanie Leung, Katie Cavallo, and Chip Chambers

Project: The Preacher’s Son, Bentonville, AR

Design Icon

The American Restaurant

Kansas City, Missouri

2018 James Beard Foundation Restaurant and Chef Awards

Winners will be announced on May 7, 2018

Best New Restaurant

A restaurant opened in the calendar year before the award will be given that already displays excellence in food, beverage, and service, and that is likely to make a significant impact in years to come.

The Charter Oak

St. Helena, CA

Empellón Midtown


Felix Trattoria

Venice, CA




Los Angeles

Outstanding Baker (Presented by Taylor Precision Products)

A chef or baker who prepares breads, pastries, or desserts in a retail bakery, and who serves as a national standard-bearer of excellence. Must have been a baker or pastry chef for at least five years.

Dianna Daoheung

Black Seed Bagels


Zachary Golper

Bien Cuit

Brooklyn, NY

Maura Kilpatrick

Sofra Bakery and Café

Cambridge, MA

Belinda Leong and Michel Suas

B. Patisserie

San Francisco

Alison Pray

Standard Baking Co.

Portland, ME

Greg Wade

Publican Quality Bread


Outstanding Bar Program (Presented by Woodford Reserve Bourbon)

A restaurant or bar that demonstrates excellence in cocktail, spirits, and/or beer service.

Anvil Bar & Refuge


Bar Agricole

San Francisco

Clyde Common

Portland, OR


New Orleans

Kimball House

Decatur, GA

Trick Dog

San Francisco

Outstanding Chef (Presented by All-Clad Metalcrafters)

A working chef in America whose career has set national industry standards and who has served as an inspiration to other food professionals. Eligible candidates must have been working as a chef for the past five years.

Ashley Christensen

Poole’s Diner

Raleigh, NC

Gabrielle Hamilton



David Kinch


Los Gatos, CA

Christopher Kostow

The Restaurant at Meadowood

St. Helena, CA

Donald Link


New Orleans

Outstanding Pastry Chef (Presented by Lavazza)

A chef or baker who prepares desserts, pastries, or breads in a restaurant, and who serves as a national standard bearer of excellence. Must have been a pastry chef or baker for the past five years.

Kelly Fields

Willa Jean

New Orleans

Meg Galus



Margarita Manzke


Los Angeles

Dolester Miles

Highlands Bar & Grill

Birmingham, AL

Diane Yang

Spoon and Stable


Outstanding Restaurant (Presented by S.Pellegrino® Sparkling Natural Mineral Water)

A restaurant in the United States that serves as a national standard bearer of consistent quality and excellence in food, atmosphere, and service. Eligible restaurants must have been in operation 10 or more consecutive years.





Frasca Food and Wine

Boulder, CO

Highlands Bar & Grill

Birmingham, AL


San Francisco

Outstanding Restaurateur

A working restaurateur who sets high national standards in restaurant operations and entrepreneurship. Candidates must have been in the restaurant business for at least 10 years. Candidates must not have been nominated for a James Beard Foundation chef award in the past five years.

Kevin Boehm and Rob Katz

Boka Restaurant Group (Boka, GT Fish & Oyster, Girl & the Goat, and others)


JoAnn Clevenger


New Orleans

Ken Oringer

Uni, Little Donkey, Toro, and others


Caroline Styne

The Lucques Group (Lucques, a.o.c., Tavern, and others)

Los Angeles

Ellen Yin

High Street Hospitality Group (Fork, High Street on Market, High Street on Hudson, and others)


Outstanding Service

A restaurant in operation five or more years that demonstrates high standards of hospitality and service.




San Francisco



Zingerman’s Delicatessen

Ann Arbor, MI

Zuni Café

San Francisco

Outstanding Wine Program (Presented by Robert Mondavi Winery)

A restaurant in operation five or more years that serves as a standard bearer for excellence in wine service through a well-presented wine list, knowledgeable staff, and efforts to educate customers about wine.


Los Angeles


New Orleans


San Francisco


Charleston, SC

The Little Nell

Aspen, CO

Outstanding Wine, Spirits, or Beer Professional

A beer, wine, or spirits professional who has made a significant national impact on the restaurant industry.

Cathy Corison

Corison Winery

St. Helena, CA

Diane Flynt

Foggy Ridge Cider

Dugspur, VA

Miljenko Grgich

Grgich Hills Estate

Rutherford, CA

Steve Matthiasson

Matthiasson Wines

Napa, CA

Lance Winters

St. George Spirits

Alameda, CA

Rising Star Chef of the Year (Presented by S.Pellegrino® Sparkling Natural Mineral Water)

A chef age 30 or younger who displays an impressive talent and who is likely to make a significant impact on the industry in years to come.

Camille Cogswell



Clare de Boer



Sarah Rinkavage



Miles Thompson


Santa Monica, CA

Kevin Tien


Washington, D.C.

Best Chefs in America

Chefs who have set new or consistent standards of excellence in their respective regions. Eligible candidates may be from any kind of dining establishment and must have been working as a chef for at least five years with the three most recent years spent in the region.

Best Chef: Great Lakes (IL, IN, MI, OH)

Andrew Brochu



Abraham Conlon

Fat Rice


Beverly Kim and Johnny Clark



David Posey and Anna Posey



Lee Wolen



Best Chef: Mid-Atlantic (D.C., DE, MD, NJ, PA, VA)

Amy Brandwein


Washington, D.C.

Tom Cunanan

Bad Saint

Washington, D.C.

Rich Landau



Jeremiah Langhorne

The Dabney

Washington, D.C.

Cindy Wolf



Best Chef: Midwest (IA, KS, MN, MO, NE, ND, SD, WI)

Karen Bell

Bavette La Boucherie


Steven Brown



Justin Carlisle



Gavin Kaysen

Spoon and Stable


Ann Kim

Young Joni


Best Chef: New York City (Five Boroughs)

Amanda Cohen

Dirt Candy

Ignacio Mattos


Missy Robbins


Brooklyn, NY

Alex Stupak

Empellón Midtown

Jody Williams

Buvette Gastrothèque

Best Chef: Northeast (CT, MA, ME, NH, NY STATE, RI, VT)

Karen Akunowicz

Myers + Chang


Tiffani Faison

Tiger Mama


Tony Messina



Cassie Piuma


Somerville, MA

Benjamin Sukle



Best Chef: Northwest (AK, ID, MT, OR, WA, WY)

Edouardo Jordan



Katy Millard


Portland, OR

Bonnie Morales


Portland, OR

Justin Woodward


Portland, OR

Rachel Yang and Seif Chirchi



Best Chef: South (AL, AR, FL, LA, MS, PR)

Vishwesh Bhatt


Oxford, MS

Nina Compton

Compère Lapin

New Orleans

Jose Enrique

Jose Enrique

San Juan, PR

Kristen Essig and Michael Stoltzfus


New Orleans

Brad Kilgore



Slade Rushing


New Orleans

Best Chef: Southeast (GA, KY, NC, SC, TN, WV)

Mashama Bailey

The Grey

Savannah, GA

Katie Button


Asheville, NC

Cassidee Dabney

The Barn at Blackberry Farm

Walland, TN

Rodney Scott

Rodney Scott’s BBQ

Charleston, SC

Andrew Ticer and Michael Hudman

Andrew Michael Italian Kitchen


Best Chef: Southwest (AZ, CO, NM, OK, TX, UT)

Michael Fojtasek



Bryce Gilmore

Barley Swine


Steve McHugh


San Antonio

Martín Rios

Restaurant Martín

Santa Fe

Alex Seidel

Mercantile Dining & Provision


Best Chef: West (CA, HI, NV)

Michael Cimarusti


Los Angeles

Dominique Crenn

Atelier Crenn

San Francisco

Jeremy Fox

Rustic Canyon

Santa Monica, CA

Jessica Koslow


Los Angeles

Travis Lett


Venice, CA

2018 James Beard Foundation Who’s Who of Food & Beverage in America Inductees

These recipients will accept their awards at the James Beard Awards Gala on May 7 at Lyric Opera of Chicago.

Jody Adams

Chef/Owner, TRADE, Porto, and Saloniki


Lally Brennan and Ti Adelaide Martin

Co-Proprietors, Commander’s Palace

New Orleans

Allison Hooper

Co-Founder, Vermont Creamery

Websterville, VT

Daniel Johnnes

Wine Director, The Dinex Group

New York City, NY

2018 James Beard Foundation Book Awards

For books published in English in 2017. Winners will be announced on April 27, 2018.


Homegrown: Cooking from My New England Roots

Matt Jennings

(Artisan Books)

The Lost Kitchen

Erin French

(Clarkson Potter)

The Sioux Chef's Indigenous Kitchen

Sean Sherman with Beth Dooley

(University of Minnesota Press)

Baking and Desserts

BraveTart: Iconic American Desserts

Stella Parks

(W. W. Norton & Company)


Yotam Ottolenghi and Helen Goh

(Ten Speed Press)

The Sweet Spot: Dialing Back Sugar and Amping Up Flavor

Bill Yosses and Peter Kaminsky

(Pam Krauss Books)


3-Ingredient Cocktails

Robert Simonson

(Ten Speed Press)

Meehan's Bartender Manual

Jim Meehan

(Ten Speed Press)

Mezcal: The History, Craft & Cocktails of the World’s Ultimate Artisanal Spirit

Emma Janzen

(Voyageur Press)


Christopher Kimball's Milk Street: The New Home Cooking

Christopher Kimball

(Little, Brown and Company)

Dinner: Changing the Game

Melissa Clark

(Clarkson Potter)

Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat

Samin Nosrat

(Simon and Schuster)

Health and Special Diets

The Beauty Chef

Carla Oates

(Hardie Grant Books)

Deepa’s Secrets

Deepa Thomas


Eat Right

Nick Barnard

(Kyle Books)



Gonzalo Guzman and Stacy Adimando

(Ten Speed Press)


Anya von Bremzen and Megan Fawn Schlow


The Palestinian Table

Reem Kassis



Cook Beautiful

Johnny Miller


Simple Fare: Spring and Summer

Karen Mordechai



Peden + Munk

(Ten Speed Press)

Reference, History, and Scholarship


Peter Liem

(Ten Speed Press)

The Culinarians: Lives and Careers from the First Age of American Fine Dining

David S. Shields

(University of Chicago Press)

Peppers of the Americas

Maricel E. Presilla

(Lorena Jones Books)

Restaurant and Professional

Modernist Bread

Nathan Myhrvold and Francisco Migoya

(The Cooking Lab)

On Vegetables: Modern Recipes for the Home Kitchen

Jeremy Fox and Noah Galuten


State Bird Provisions

Stuart Brioza and Nicole Krasinski, with JJ Goode

(Ten Speed Press)

Single Subject

Mastering Stocks and Broths

Rachael S. Mamane

(Chelsea Green Publishing)

Offal Good

Chris Cosentino with Michael Harlan Turkell

(Clarkson Potter)

The Pho Cookbook

Andrea Nguyen

(Ten Speed Press)

Vegetable-Focused Cooking

The Book of Greens

Jenn Louis with Kathleen Squires

(Ten Speed Press)

In My Kitchen

Deborah Madison

(Ten Speed Press)

Six Seasons: A New Way with Vegetables

Joshua McFadden with Martha Holmberg

(Artisan Books)


The Cooking Gene

Michael W. Twitty


The Taste of Empire: How Britain's Quest for Food Shaped the Modern World

Lizzie Collingham

(Basic Books)

Unforgettable: The Bold Flavors of Paula Wolfert’s Renegade Life

Emily Kaiser Thelin

(Grand Central Life & Style)

The winner of the Book of the Year Award and the Cookbook Hall of Fame inductee will be announced on April 27, 2018.

2018 James Beard Foundation Broadcast Media Awards

For radio, television broadcasts, podcasts, webcasts, and documentaries aired in 2017. Winners will be announced on April 27, 2018.



Director: Matthew Salleh

Producers: Daniel Joyce and Rose Tucker

Airs on: Netflix

Blind Sushi

Director: Eric Heimbold

Producers: Eric Heimbold and Laura Heimbold

Appeared at: Multiple film festivals in 2017

Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent

Director: Lydia Tenaglia

Producers: Anthony Bourdain, Christopher Collins, and Joe Caterini

Airs on: CNN, Netflix, and iTunes

Outstanding Personality/Host

Pati Jinich

Pati’s Mexican Table

Airs on: WETA Washington; Distributed Nationally by American Public Television

Ina Garten

Barefoot Contessa: Cook Like a Pro

Airs on: Food Network

Vivian Howard

A Chef’s Life

Airs on: PBS ­


The Sporkful

Host: Dan Pashman

Producers: Dan Pashman, Anne Noyes Saini, and Dan Charles

Airs on: Stitcher, iTunes

Why We Eat What We Eat

Host: Cathy Erway

Producers: Gimlet Creative and Blue Apron

Airs on:, Gimlet Media, and Apple Podcasts

Your Last Meal (with Rachel Belle)

Host: Rachel Belle

Producers: Aaron Mason and Rachel Belle

Airs on: iTunes, Stitcher, and

Radio Show/Audio Webcast

The Food Chain

Host: Emily Thomas

Producers: Emily Thomas and Simon Tulett

Airs on: BBC World Service

The Legacy of the Mississippi Delta Chinese

Host: Melissa Block

Producer: Elissa Nadworny

Airs on: NPR

Every Bite is Precious: Buddhist Cooking in Japan from The Splendid Table

Host: Francis Lam

Reporter: Abigail Leonard

Producers: Abigail Leonard, Jennifer Russell, Jennifer Luebke

Airs on: NPR

Special (on TV or Web)

CBS Sunday Morning – The Food Issue: Eat, Drink, and Be Merry

Host: Jane Pauley

Producers: Rand Morrison, Amy Rosner, and Amol Mhatre

Airs on: CBS

Family Meal: NYC

Producers: Alice Xue Yu, Lilit Marcus, and Molly Shiels

Airs on: CNN

Lidia Celebrates America: Homegrown Heroes

Host: Lidia Bastianich

Producer: Laurie Donnelly, Anne Adams, and Shelly Burgess Nicotra

Airs on: PBS

Television Program, in Studio or Fixed Location

Barefoot Contessa: Cook Like a Pro

Host: Ina Garten

Producers: Rachel Purnell, Olivia Ball, and Bridget Lumley

Airs on: Food Network

The Bobby and Damaris Show

Hosts: Bobby Flay and Damaris Phillips

Producers: Bobby Flay, Kim Martin, and Kirsty Nordal

Airs on: Food Network

The Latin Kitchen

Hosts: Luis Valenzuela, Juan Pablo Gonzalez, and Luis “Tigretón” Leon

Producer: Chris Knight

Airs on: Gusto

Television Program, on Location

Chef’s Table: Jeong Kwan

Producers: David Gelb, Brian McGinn, and Andrew Fried

Airs on: Netflix

The Food Flirts with the Brass Sisters

Hosts: Marilyn Brass and Sheila Brass

Producers: Bruce Seidel and Denise Swidey

Airs on: PBS

The Migrant Kitchen

Producers: Juan Devis, Antonio Diaz, and Stef Ferrari

Airs on: KCET and Link TV

Television Segment

ABC 7 News – The Hungry Hound

Host: Steve Dolinsky

Producer: Steve Dolinsky

Airs on: ABC 7 Chicago and

PBS NewsHour

Reporters: Allison Aubrey and Paul Solman

Producer: Mary Beth Durkin

Airs on: PBS


Host: David Schechter

Producer: Chance Horner

Airs on: WFAA-TV Dallas and stations owned by TEGNA Media

Video Webcast, Fixed Location and/or Instructional

Andrew in the Kitchen

Host: Andrew Zimmern

Producers: Patrick Weiland and Andrew Zimmern

Airs on:

The Breath of a Wok

Host: Grace Young

Producer: Grace Young

Airs on: and YouTube

Panna Cooking: Black Bean-Glazed Salmon with Ginger Cabbage

Host: Vivian Howard

Producers: David Ellner, Amy Currie, and Stephanie Roush

Airs on:

Video Webcast, on Location

Food Grails

Host: Miss Info

Director: Justin Bolois

Producers: Justin Bolois and Kimberly Selden

Airs on: First We Feast YouTube Channel

From the Wild – Season 3

Director: Kevin Kossowan

Producer: Kevin Kossowan

Airs on: Vimeo On Demand

Working 24 Hours at...

Host: Andrew Knowlton

Director: Vincent Cross

Producer: Matt Duckor

Airs on: YouTube and Bon Appétit Video

Visual and Technical Excellence


Director: Matthew Salleh

Photographer: Matthew Salleh

Editors: Matthew Salleh and Rose Tucker

Airs on: Netflix

The Birth of Bread

Director, Photographer, Editor: Matthew Pendergast

Airs on: Vimeo

Food Talkies

Director, Photographer, Editor: Andrew Gooi

Airs on:

2018 James Beard Foundation Journalism Awards

For articles published in English in 2017. Winners will be announced on April 27, 2018.


“The Eton Mess Is Beautiful, Chaotic, British”; “Hot Night, Cold Soup”; and “Bread Soup from the Lost Years”

Scott Hocker


Missed Cues: “Get Help”; “Distilled Identity”; and “Destination, Small Town”

Osayi Endolyn


What She’s Having: “Nostalgia in a Bowl”; “I Was a Chick-fil-A Virgin”; and “A Time Capsule, with Chicken Pot Pies”

Devra First

The Boston Globe

Dining and Travel

“The Eating Season”

Tyler Kord

Bon Appétit

“Off the Eaten Path: The Best Anti-Restaurants in America”

The Editors of GQ


“In Pursuit of Perfect Hummus”

J.M. Hirsch

Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Magazine

Feature Reporting

“A Day in the Life of a Food Vendor”

Tejal Rao

The New York Times


Tom Sietsema

The Washington Post

“The NBA’s Secret Addiction”

Baxter Holmes

ESPN The Magazine

Food and Health

“Egg Mogul Jack DeCoster Sickened 56,000 People. He’ll Spend Just Three Months in Prison”

Joe Fassler

The New Food Economy

“The Great Nutrient Collapse”

Helena Bottemiller Evich


“What Healthy Means Now”

Hunter Lewis

Cooking Light

Food Section

New York Magazine

Robin Raisfeld and Rob Patronite

Roads & Kingdoms

Nathan Thornburgh, Matt Goulding, Cara Parks, and the Roads & Kingdoms Team

San Francisco Chronicle

Paolo Lucchesi and the San Francisco Chronicle Food and Wine Team


“Chili at the Fifty”

Matt Diffee

Texas Monthly

“Four Million Pots”

Leslie Pariseau


“The Teenage Whaler’s Tale”

Julia O’Malley

High Country News

Home Cooking

“Lost Pies of the South”

Nancie McDermott

Southern Living

“Nuts About Nuts”

Molly McDonough

Culture: The Word on Cheese

“Thanksgiving Lessons”

Adam Rapoport and the Bon Appétit Editorial Team

Bon Appétit


“Pumpkin Spice Life”

Maura Judkis

The Washington Post

“Trixie Mattel Makes a PB&J (and More Importantly, a Cocktail)”

GQ Video


“Worst Shift Ever: No Experience Necessary”

Blake Smith and Derek Salvatore

ChefsFeed on Facebook

Innovative Storytelling

“America’s Most Authentic Dive Bars”

Tim Carman, Fritz Hahn, and Shelly Tan

The Washington Post

“Going Viral”

Vince Dixon, Ellie Kirn, Brittany Holloway-Brown, and Ian Stroud


“The New Essentials of French Cooking”

Melissa Clark, Emily Weinstein, Barbara deWilde, and Alexandra Eaton

The New York Times

Investigative Reporting

“John Besh Restaurants Fostered Culture of Sexual Harassment, 25 Women Say”

Brett Anderson | The Times-Picayune

“Ken Friedman, Power Restaurateur, is Accused of Sexual Harassment”

Julia Moskin and Kim Severson

The New York Times

“ ‘The Only Good Muslim’ ” and “Compromised”

Ted Genoways with The Food & Environment Reporting Network

The New Republic

Local Impact

“Farm to Chapel”; “They Ditched Vienna Sausages for Porterhouse Steaks and Lobster at West Grove Cookout”; and “How a Secular Jewish Baker Became Miami’s Kosher King”

Carlos Frías

Miami Herald

“What Do Lakewood Residents Think of Their Neighborhood’s Newest High-End Restaurant?”; “ ‘La Comida’ Makes for a Big Family Meal at Mothers & Sons”; and “The Restaurant Industry Depends on Immigrants. What Happens If We Lose Them?”

Victoria Bouloubasis

Indy Week

“You’re Invited to the Spirited Brunch”; “Meet the Kitchen Cabinet”; and “Get It in Writing: Restaurant Industry Grapples with Sexual Harassment”

Hanna Raskin

The Post and Courier (Charleston, S.C.)

Personal Essay

“Dear Women: Own Your Stories”

Lisa Donovan

“The Meth Lunches: The Care and Feeding of a Drug Addict”

Kim Foster

Nevada Public Radio’s Desert Companion Magazine

“Strip Clubs, Salvation and Sonic Drive-In”

Tiffany Langston

Tiffany Tastes



Patrick Radden Keefe

The New Yorker

“She Was a Soul Food Sensation. Then, 19 Years Ago, She Disappeared.”

Mayukh Sen


“The Untold Story of the Lady from Louisville and the Bubbe Who Wasn’t There”

Rebecca Flint Marx


Wine, Spirits, and Other Beverages

“Drink Seltzer, Live Forever”

Liam Baranauskas


“The Pu-Erh Broker”

Max Falkowitz


“A Short History of My Long Drinking Life”

Andrew Knowlton

Bon Appétit

Craig Claiborne Distinguished Restaurant Review Award

“Bar Normandy”; “Pawpaw”; and “Rappahannock Oyster Bar”

Hanna Raskin

The Post and Courier (Charleston, SC)

Counter Intelligence: “The World’s Best Restaurant Opens a Pop-Up in Mexico”; “At Vespertine, Jonathan Gold Makes Contact with Otherworldly Cooking”; “Jonathan Gold Finds Delight in the Secretive Santa Monica Restaurant Dialogue”

Jonathan Gold

Los Angeles Times

“The Radical Sandwich Kings of New Orleans”; “America’s Next Great Southern Restaurant Is in the Pacific Northwest”; “At Santa Monica’s Dialogue, Seasonality Meets Surrealism”

Bill Addison


M.F.K. Fisher Distinguished Writing Award

“After Oranges: Following John McPhee to Florida”

Wyatt Williams

Oxford American

“Christ in the Garden of Endless Breadsticks”

Helen Rosner


“Who Owns Uncle Ben?”

Shane Mitchell

The Bitter Southerner

Publication of the Year will be decided by the members of the James Beard Awards Journalism Committee and will be announced at the awards ceremony.

The following honorees will accept their awards at the James Beard Awards Gala on May 7 at Lyric Opera of Chicago

2018 James Beard Foundation America’s Classics (Presented by TABASCO® Sauce)

Sun Wah

Chicago, IL

Owners: Kelly Cheng, Laura Cheng, and Michael Cheng

Galleria Umberto

Boston, MA

Owners: Paul Deuterio and Ralph Deuterio

Los Hernandez

Union Gap, WA

Owner: Felipe Hernandez

El Guero Canelo

Tucson, AZ

Owner: Daniel Contreras

Dong Phuong Bakery

New Orleans, LA

Owner: Linh Tran Garza

2018 James Beard Foundation Humanitarian of the Year

José Andrés

Multiple James Beard Award–Winning Chef; Owner, ThinkFoodGroup; Founder, World Central Kitchen

2018 James Beard Foundation Lifetime Achievement Award

Paula Wolfert

Multiple James Beard Award–Winning Author

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