Overheard at the 2016 JBF Book, Broadcast & Journalism Awards

JBF Award winners Steven Cook and Michael Solomonov

 

Put a bunch of writers, producers, journalists, and media hosts in a room together, and you’re bound to get a few worthy bon mots. Here are some of our favorite quotable lines from last night’s Book, Broadcast & Journalism Awards, which capped a celebratory evening with hilarious and inspiring sentiments.

 

“I thought you had to grow a beard for this event.”—Steven Cook, International Award and Cookbook of the Year Award winner with Michael Solomonov for Zahav: A World of Israeli Cooking

 

“A toast to my wife, who as a female computer scientist faces some of the same struggles as female chefs, and to all the... Read more >

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Overheard at the 2015 JBF Book, Broadcast & Journalism Awards

 

The winners of last weekend's 2015 Book, Broadcast & Journalism Awards were as eloquent in their acceptance speeches as they were in their winning bodies of work. We couldn’t help but note some of the most inspiring, hilarious, and quotable lines of the night to share, below. 

 

“Is that Rick Bayless right there? That’s the coolest thing ever.”

— Keith Schroeder, Focus on Health Book Award winner for Cooking Light Mad Delicious: The Science of Making Healthy Food Taste Amazing​

 

“Anyone can butcher—which also sounds like the sequel to Ratatouille.”

— Adam Danforth, Reference and Scholarship Book Award winner for Butchering Poultry, Rabbit, Lamb, Goat, and Pork: The Comprehensive Photographic Guide to Humane Slaughtering and Butchering

 

“I hope this book can inspire people to tread more lightly and compost.”

— Amy Chaplin, Vegetable Focused and Vegetarian Book Award... Read more >

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JBF News: JBF Award Winners Saddle Up for the World Equestrian Games

John Besh, Marc Vetri, and freshly enthroned Iron Chef Jose Garces are just a few of the JBF Award–winning toques who will join forces with the 2010 World Equestrian Games and the James Beard Foundation to put on Cookin’ in the Bluegrass, a 16-night dinner series in Lexington, KY. The program, taking place at the Kentucky Horse Park’s Farmhouse restaurant, will also feature local talent and strive to recreate the lavish events held at the historic James Beard House in New York City. Click here to find out more.

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