The Garjana event was in support of Food Tank, a nonprofit that environmentally, socially and economically sustainable ways of alleviating hunger, obesity and poverty.
The two-day conference, once invite only, this year opens its doors to the public.
Nowadays, chefs are moving beyond purely charitable support to become very public anti-hunger activists.
The USA Pavilion has chosen the theme “American Food 2.0: United to Feed the Planet” to represent the innovation happening within the American food system.
If the teachings of The Minimalist himself could be summed up in three words, they would be “do it yourself.”
The speakers at this weekend’s TEDx Manhattan conference will address how we eat and what we can do to change our food culture for the better.
This March 1st and 2nd, families will cook, dance, laugh, and taste their way to making balanced food choices. At the Kids Food Festival in Bryant Park, presented by The Creative Kitchen, kids engage all five senses through hands-on, food-related activities.
Last Thursday, Chris Miller of Miller’s Near & Far, successfully made his debut at the James Beard Foundation in collaboration with Sam Calagione of Dogfish Head Craft Brewery.
Last Monday evening, more than 170 attendees gathered in a glass-enclosed room overlooking Manhattan for the third annual James Beard Foundation Leadership Awards dinner.
Earlier this week, the food world’s most influential movers and shakers gathered for the third annual James Beard Foundation Food Conference, “The Paradox of Appetite: Hungering for Change.”
Participating restaurants across the country will feature a unique Taste America Local Dish on their menus from September 1–October 31 to help raise money for a local food charity.
We are still high from the 2013 James Beard media awards last week. Not because we won another of those medals—which are basically the academy awards of the food world—but because some of our very favorite peers took home the top honors.