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James Beard Foundation’s Taste America Showcases Chefs’ Fresh Fall Dishes in Philadelphia

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The City of Brotherly Love was one of 10 food-centric pit stops for this five-star food tour

Charred yet tender octopus, smoked fingerlings, lemon, and guanciale, dotted with a shellfish vinaigrette.

Last weekend, on October 13, both local and nationally recognized James Beard Award winners teamed up to wow guests at the James Beard Foundation’s Taste America event in Philadelphia. The food-focused gala took place in the lobby and great hall of the Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia’s historic Old City.

During cocktail hour, guests were treated to an array of delicacies. Hors d’oeuvre ranged from sweet to savory, classic to experimental. Scott Andersen of Elements & Mistral did a twist on a classic with his decadent foie gras torchon accompanied with notes of apple, hickory, and shiso and topped with edible flowers. Camille Cogswell of Zahav brought some Israeli influence to the Taste America table with a light and creamy custard with the surprising, yet perfect black tea and pomegranate gelée, candied almonds, and fresh figs. Another culinary cult hero, Nicholas Elmi of Laurel, packed a flavorful punch with his cured scallop dish paired with sweet baby corn, sunflower, and preserved truffles. The team from Sodexo served up a delicious pepper pot of beef cheeks and tripe paired with roasted vegetables and potato purée and topped with an extra crunch.

For dinner, guests were treated to food and fun as they enjoyed four wine-paired courses and fought to outbid the next person for some very exciting opportunities (an in-home dinner prepared by the legendary Jean-Marie Lacroix of Brûlée Catering by Chef Jean-Marie Lacroix, anyone?). For the first course, Greg Vernick of Vernick Food and Drink prepared a heart of romaine with figs and melted aged cheddar drizzled with a buttermilk dressing. Next, the Lacroix team wowed with a decorative plate of charred yet tender octopus, smoked fingerlings, lemon, and guanciale, dotted with a shellfish vinaigrette. Marc Murphy of Benchmarc Restaurants brought the house down with a main course of killer braised beef short ribs, polenta, broccoli rabe, and wild mushrooms. A relative newcomer to the food scene, Pat O’Malley of Hungry Pigeon, stunned the crowd with a warm “all the apples” strudel with a crab apple marmalade and crème fraîche ice cream.

So, how did we like those JBF apples? Very much so.

For more information, please visit the James Beard Foundation website.


The 12 Best Southern Cookbooks in 2021

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"It's an excellent resource for those looking for more allergen-friendly dessert recipes."

"Get expert insight on how the food culture of this region is able to serve as a bridge between different races and ethnicities."

"Take a deep dive into how cooking factors into her upbringing in Georgia as a Latina with strong familial ties."

"Chef Sean Brock repurposes Southern staples, such as pig ears, field peas, and pork shoulder."

"This is an ideal pick for anyone looking for a singular compendium that includes a wide assortment of entrées."

"Booze and food go hand in hand, which is why pro mixologist Alba Huerta curated this delightful compilation of cocktails popular in Southern culture."

"This cookbook is a picturesque primer on Cajun cooking."

"The author provides a 'behind-the-screens' glimpse at what he learned being raised by soul food restaurant owners."

"It showcases the progression of soul food through an extensive collection of recipes."

"Enjoy more than 100 recipes that attest to the influence African Americans have had on culinary trends in the United States."

"She paints a vivid picture of what it was like coming of age and learning to cook on a farm in Virginia."

"It's a definitive guide on making Southern and Afro-Caribbean fare using plant-based ingredients."

Southern hospitality is steeped in ritual. Cultivating a welcoming home environment and entertaining guests is central to the folklore many attribute to this region of the United States that stretches as far as the western borders of Texas to the northern borders of West Virginia.

Characteristics frequently used to describe southern living are charming, polite, charitable, and “good home cooking.” Mastering dishes popularized in the South, such as barbecue, hummingbird cake, hush puppies, and buttermilk biscuits, can be challenging for seasoned home cooks and novices alike.

Sourced from top food critic picks, reader reviews, and bestseller lists, the following books provide a comprehensive introduction to eats likely to win over the most die-hard Cajun, soul, and fried food fans. These selections are also packed with expert tips from numerous award-winning chefs on how to stock a pantry, meal plan, and select the perfect boozy cocktail for long sips on a porch swing at sunset.


The 12 Best Southern Cookbooks in 2021

Our editors independently research, test, and recommend the best products you can learn more about our review process here . We may receive commissions on purchases made from our chosen links.

"It's an excellent resource for those looking for more allergen-friendly dessert recipes."

"Get expert insight on how the food culture of this region is able to serve as a bridge between different races and ethnicities."

"Take a deep dive into how cooking factors into her upbringing in Georgia as a Latina with strong familial ties."

"Chef Sean Brock repurposes Southern staples, such as pig ears, field peas, and pork shoulder."

"This is an ideal pick for anyone looking for a singular compendium that includes a wide assortment of entrées."

"Booze and food go hand in hand, which is why pro mixologist Alba Huerta curated this delightful compilation of cocktails popular in Southern culture."

"This cookbook is a picturesque primer on Cajun cooking."

"The author provides a 'behind-the-screens' glimpse at what he learned being raised by soul food restaurant owners."

"It showcases the progression of soul food through an extensive collection of recipes."

"Enjoy more than 100 recipes that attest to the influence African Americans have had on culinary trends in the United States."

"She paints a vivid picture of what it was like coming of age and learning to cook on a farm in Virginia."

"It's a definitive guide on making Southern and Afro-Caribbean fare using plant-based ingredients."

Southern hospitality is steeped in ritual. Cultivating a welcoming home environment and entertaining guests is central to the folklore many attribute to this region of the United States that stretches as far as the western borders of Texas to the northern borders of West Virginia.

Characteristics frequently used to describe southern living are charming, polite, charitable, and “good home cooking.” Mastering dishes popularized in the South, such as barbecue, hummingbird cake, hush puppies, and buttermilk biscuits, can be challenging for seasoned home cooks and novices alike.

Sourced from top food critic picks, reader reviews, and bestseller lists, the following books provide a comprehensive introduction to eats likely to win over the most die-hard Cajun, soul, and fried food fans. These selections are also packed with expert tips from numerous award-winning chefs on how to stock a pantry, meal plan, and select the perfect boozy cocktail for long sips on a porch swing at sunset.


The 12 Best Southern Cookbooks in 2021

Our editors independently research, test, and recommend the best products you can learn more about our review process here . We may receive commissions on purchases made from our chosen links.

"It's an excellent resource for those looking for more allergen-friendly dessert recipes."

"Get expert insight on how the food culture of this region is able to serve as a bridge between different races and ethnicities."

"Take a deep dive into how cooking factors into her upbringing in Georgia as a Latina with strong familial ties."

"Chef Sean Brock repurposes Southern staples, such as pig ears, field peas, and pork shoulder."

"This is an ideal pick for anyone looking for a singular compendium that includes a wide assortment of entrées."

"Booze and food go hand in hand, which is why pro mixologist Alba Huerta curated this delightful compilation of cocktails popular in Southern culture."

"This cookbook is a picturesque primer on Cajun cooking."

"The author provides a 'behind-the-screens' glimpse at what he learned being raised by soul food restaurant owners."

"It showcases the progression of soul food through an extensive collection of recipes."

"Enjoy more than 100 recipes that attest to the influence African Americans have had on culinary trends in the United States."

"She paints a vivid picture of what it was like coming of age and learning to cook on a farm in Virginia."

"It's a definitive guide on making Southern and Afro-Caribbean fare using plant-based ingredients."

Southern hospitality is steeped in ritual. Cultivating a welcoming home environment and entertaining guests is central to the folklore many attribute to this region of the United States that stretches as far as the western borders of Texas to the northern borders of West Virginia.

Characteristics frequently used to describe southern living are charming, polite, charitable, and “good home cooking.” Mastering dishes popularized in the South, such as barbecue, hummingbird cake, hush puppies, and buttermilk biscuits, can be challenging for seasoned home cooks and novices alike.

Sourced from top food critic picks, reader reviews, and bestseller lists, the following books provide a comprehensive introduction to eats likely to win over the most die-hard Cajun, soul, and fried food fans. These selections are also packed with expert tips from numerous award-winning chefs on how to stock a pantry, meal plan, and select the perfect boozy cocktail for long sips on a porch swing at sunset.


The 12 Best Southern Cookbooks in 2021

Our editors independently research, test, and recommend the best products you can learn more about our review process here . We may receive commissions on purchases made from our chosen links.

"It's an excellent resource for those looking for more allergen-friendly dessert recipes."

"Get expert insight on how the food culture of this region is able to serve as a bridge between different races and ethnicities."

"Take a deep dive into how cooking factors into her upbringing in Georgia as a Latina with strong familial ties."

"Chef Sean Brock repurposes Southern staples, such as pig ears, field peas, and pork shoulder."

"This is an ideal pick for anyone looking for a singular compendium that includes a wide assortment of entrées."

"Booze and food go hand in hand, which is why pro mixologist Alba Huerta curated this delightful compilation of cocktails popular in Southern culture."

"This cookbook is a picturesque primer on Cajun cooking."

"The author provides a 'behind-the-screens' glimpse at what he learned being raised by soul food restaurant owners."

"It showcases the progression of soul food through an extensive collection of recipes."

"Enjoy more than 100 recipes that attest to the influence African Americans have had on culinary trends in the United States."

"She paints a vivid picture of what it was like coming of age and learning to cook on a farm in Virginia."

"It's a definitive guide on making Southern and Afro-Caribbean fare using plant-based ingredients."

Southern hospitality is steeped in ritual. Cultivating a welcoming home environment and entertaining guests is central to the folklore many attribute to this region of the United States that stretches as far as the western borders of Texas to the northern borders of West Virginia.

Characteristics frequently used to describe southern living are charming, polite, charitable, and “good home cooking.” Mastering dishes popularized in the South, such as barbecue, hummingbird cake, hush puppies, and buttermilk biscuits, can be challenging for seasoned home cooks and novices alike.

Sourced from top food critic picks, reader reviews, and bestseller lists, the following books provide a comprehensive introduction to eats likely to win over the most die-hard Cajun, soul, and fried food fans. These selections are also packed with expert tips from numerous award-winning chefs on how to stock a pantry, meal plan, and select the perfect boozy cocktail for long sips on a porch swing at sunset.


The 12 Best Southern Cookbooks in 2021

Our editors independently research, test, and recommend the best products you can learn more about our review process here . We may receive commissions on purchases made from our chosen links.

"It's an excellent resource for those looking for more allergen-friendly dessert recipes."

"Get expert insight on how the food culture of this region is able to serve as a bridge between different races and ethnicities."

"Take a deep dive into how cooking factors into her upbringing in Georgia as a Latina with strong familial ties."

"Chef Sean Brock repurposes Southern staples, such as pig ears, field peas, and pork shoulder."

"This is an ideal pick for anyone looking for a singular compendium that includes a wide assortment of entrées."

"Booze and food go hand in hand, which is why pro mixologist Alba Huerta curated this delightful compilation of cocktails popular in Southern culture."

"This cookbook is a picturesque primer on Cajun cooking."

"The author provides a 'behind-the-screens' glimpse at what he learned being raised by soul food restaurant owners."

"It showcases the progression of soul food through an extensive collection of recipes."

"Enjoy more than 100 recipes that attest to the influence African Americans have had on culinary trends in the United States."

"She paints a vivid picture of what it was like coming of age and learning to cook on a farm in Virginia."

"It's a definitive guide on making Southern and Afro-Caribbean fare using plant-based ingredients."

Southern hospitality is steeped in ritual. Cultivating a welcoming home environment and entertaining guests is central to the folklore many attribute to this region of the United States that stretches as far as the western borders of Texas to the northern borders of West Virginia.

Characteristics frequently used to describe southern living are charming, polite, charitable, and “good home cooking.” Mastering dishes popularized in the South, such as barbecue, hummingbird cake, hush puppies, and buttermilk biscuits, can be challenging for seasoned home cooks and novices alike.

Sourced from top food critic picks, reader reviews, and bestseller lists, the following books provide a comprehensive introduction to eats likely to win over the most die-hard Cajun, soul, and fried food fans. These selections are also packed with expert tips from numerous award-winning chefs on how to stock a pantry, meal plan, and select the perfect boozy cocktail for long sips on a porch swing at sunset.


The 12 Best Southern Cookbooks in 2021

Our editors independently research, test, and recommend the best products you can learn more about our review process here . We may receive commissions on purchases made from our chosen links.

"It's an excellent resource for those looking for more allergen-friendly dessert recipes."

"Get expert insight on how the food culture of this region is able to serve as a bridge between different races and ethnicities."

"Take a deep dive into how cooking factors into her upbringing in Georgia as a Latina with strong familial ties."

"Chef Sean Brock repurposes Southern staples, such as pig ears, field peas, and pork shoulder."

"This is an ideal pick for anyone looking for a singular compendium that includes a wide assortment of entrées."

"Booze and food go hand in hand, which is why pro mixologist Alba Huerta curated this delightful compilation of cocktails popular in Southern culture."

"This cookbook is a picturesque primer on Cajun cooking."

"The author provides a 'behind-the-screens' glimpse at what he learned being raised by soul food restaurant owners."

"It showcases the progression of soul food through an extensive collection of recipes."

"Enjoy more than 100 recipes that attest to the influence African Americans have had on culinary trends in the United States."

"She paints a vivid picture of what it was like coming of age and learning to cook on a farm in Virginia."

"It's a definitive guide on making Southern and Afro-Caribbean fare using plant-based ingredients."

Southern hospitality is steeped in ritual. Cultivating a welcoming home environment and entertaining guests is central to the folklore many attribute to this region of the United States that stretches as far as the western borders of Texas to the northern borders of West Virginia.

Characteristics frequently used to describe southern living are charming, polite, charitable, and “good home cooking.” Mastering dishes popularized in the South, such as barbecue, hummingbird cake, hush puppies, and buttermilk biscuits, can be challenging for seasoned home cooks and novices alike.

Sourced from top food critic picks, reader reviews, and bestseller lists, the following books provide a comprehensive introduction to eats likely to win over the most die-hard Cajun, soul, and fried food fans. These selections are also packed with expert tips from numerous award-winning chefs on how to stock a pantry, meal plan, and select the perfect boozy cocktail for long sips on a porch swing at sunset.


The 12 Best Southern Cookbooks in 2021

Our editors independently research, test, and recommend the best products you can learn more about our review process here . We may receive commissions on purchases made from our chosen links.

"It's an excellent resource for those looking for more allergen-friendly dessert recipes."

"Get expert insight on how the food culture of this region is able to serve as a bridge between different races and ethnicities."

"Take a deep dive into how cooking factors into her upbringing in Georgia as a Latina with strong familial ties."

"Chef Sean Brock repurposes Southern staples, such as pig ears, field peas, and pork shoulder."

"This is an ideal pick for anyone looking for a singular compendium that includes a wide assortment of entrées."

"Booze and food go hand in hand, which is why pro mixologist Alba Huerta curated this delightful compilation of cocktails popular in Southern culture."

"This cookbook is a picturesque primer on Cajun cooking."

"The author provides a 'behind-the-screens' glimpse at what he learned being raised by soul food restaurant owners."

"It showcases the progression of soul food through an extensive collection of recipes."

"Enjoy more than 100 recipes that attest to the influence African Americans have had on culinary trends in the United States."

"She paints a vivid picture of what it was like coming of age and learning to cook on a farm in Virginia."

"It's a definitive guide on making Southern and Afro-Caribbean fare using plant-based ingredients."

Southern hospitality is steeped in ritual. Cultivating a welcoming home environment and entertaining guests is central to the folklore many attribute to this region of the United States that stretches as far as the western borders of Texas to the northern borders of West Virginia.

Characteristics frequently used to describe southern living are charming, polite, charitable, and “good home cooking.” Mastering dishes popularized in the South, such as barbecue, hummingbird cake, hush puppies, and buttermilk biscuits, can be challenging for seasoned home cooks and novices alike.

Sourced from top food critic picks, reader reviews, and bestseller lists, the following books provide a comprehensive introduction to eats likely to win over the most die-hard Cajun, soul, and fried food fans. These selections are also packed with expert tips from numerous award-winning chefs on how to stock a pantry, meal plan, and select the perfect boozy cocktail for long sips on a porch swing at sunset.


The 12 Best Southern Cookbooks in 2021

Our editors independently research, test, and recommend the best products you can learn more about our review process here . We may receive commissions on purchases made from our chosen links.

"It's an excellent resource for those looking for more allergen-friendly dessert recipes."

"Get expert insight on how the food culture of this region is able to serve as a bridge between different races and ethnicities."

"Take a deep dive into how cooking factors into her upbringing in Georgia as a Latina with strong familial ties."

"Chef Sean Brock repurposes Southern staples, such as pig ears, field peas, and pork shoulder."

"This is an ideal pick for anyone looking for a singular compendium that includes a wide assortment of entrées."

"Booze and food go hand in hand, which is why pro mixologist Alba Huerta curated this delightful compilation of cocktails popular in Southern culture."

"This cookbook is a picturesque primer on Cajun cooking."

"The author provides a 'behind-the-screens' glimpse at what he learned being raised by soul food restaurant owners."

"It showcases the progression of soul food through an extensive collection of recipes."

"Enjoy more than 100 recipes that attest to the influence African Americans have had on culinary trends in the United States."

"She paints a vivid picture of what it was like coming of age and learning to cook on a farm in Virginia."

"It's a definitive guide on making Southern and Afro-Caribbean fare using plant-based ingredients."

Southern hospitality is steeped in ritual. Cultivating a welcoming home environment and entertaining guests is central to the folklore many attribute to this region of the United States that stretches as far as the western borders of Texas to the northern borders of West Virginia.

Characteristics frequently used to describe southern living are charming, polite, charitable, and “good home cooking.” Mastering dishes popularized in the South, such as barbecue, hummingbird cake, hush puppies, and buttermilk biscuits, can be challenging for seasoned home cooks and novices alike.

Sourced from top food critic picks, reader reviews, and bestseller lists, the following books provide a comprehensive introduction to eats likely to win over the most die-hard Cajun, soul, and fried food fans. These selections are also packed with expert tips from numerous award-winning chefs on how to stock a pantry, meal plan, and select the perfect boozy cocktail for long sips on a porch swing at sunset.


The 12 Best Southern Cookbooks in 2021

Our editors independently research, test, and recommend the best products you can learn more about our review process here . We may receive commissions on purchases made from our chosen links.

"It's an excellent resource for those looking for more allergen-friendly dessert recipes."

"Get expert insight on how the food culture of this region is able to serve as a bridge between different races and ethnicities."

"Take a deep dive into how cooking factors into her upbringing in Georgia as a Latina with strong familial ties."

"Chef Sean Brock repurposes Southern staples, such as pig ears, field peas, and pork shoulder."

"This is an ideal pick for anyone looking for a singular compendium that includes a wide assortment of entrées."

"Booze and food go hand in hand, which is why pro mixologist Alba Huerta curated this delightful compilation of cocktails popular in Southern culture."

"This cookbook is a picturesque primer on Cajun cooking."

"The author provides a 'behind-the-screens' glimpse at what he learned being raised by soul food restaurant owners."

"It showcases the progression of soul food through an extensive collection of recipes."

"Enjoy more than 100 recipes that attest to the influence African Americans have had on culinary trends in the United States."

"She paints a vivid picture of what it was like coming of age and learning to cook on a farm in Virginia."

"It's a definitive guide on making Southern and Afro-Caribbean fare using plant-based ingredients."

Southern hospitality is steeped in ritual. Cultivating a welcoming home environment and entertaining guests is central to the folklore many attribute to this region of the United States that stretches as far as the western borders of Texas to the northern borders of West Virginia.

Characteristics frequently used to describe southern living are charming, polite, charitable, and “good home cooking.” Mastering dishes popularized in the South, such as barbecue, hummingbird cake, hush puppies, and buttermilk biscuits, can be challenging for seasoned home cooks and novices alike.

Sourced from top food critic picks, reader reviews, and bestseller lists, the following books provide a comprehensive introduction to eats likely to win over the most die-hard Cajun, soul, and fried food fans. These selections are also packed with expert tips from numerous award-winning chefs on how to stock a pantry, meal plan, and select the perfect boozy cocktail for long sips on a porch swing at sunset.


The 12 Best Southern Cookbooks in 2021

Our editors independently research, test, and recommend the best products you can learn more about our review process here . We may receive commissions on purchases made from our chosen links.

"It's an excellent resource for those looking for more allergen-friendly dessert recipes."

"Get expert insight on how the food culture of this region is able to serve as a bridge between different races and ethnicities."

"Take a deep dive into how cooking factors into her upbringing in Georgia as a Latina with strong familial ties."

"Chef Sean Brock repurposes Southern staples, such as pig ears, field peas, and pork shoulder."

"This is an ideal pick for anyone looking for a singular compendium that includes a wide assortment of entrées."

"Booze and food go hand in hand, which is why pro mixologist Alba Huerta curated this delightful compilation of cocktails popular in Southern culture."

"This cookbook is a picturesque primer on Cajun cooking."

"The author provides a 'behind-the-screens' glimpse at what he learned being raised by soul food restaurant owners."

"It showcases the progression of soul food through an extensive collection of recipes."

"Enjoy more than 100 recipes that attest to the influence African Americans have had on culinary trends in the United States."

"She paints a vivid picture of what it was like coming of age and learning to cook on a farm in Virginia."

"It's a definitive guide on making Southern and Afro-Caribbean fare using plant-based ingredients."

Southern hospitality is steeped in ritual. Cultivating a welcoming home environment and entertaining guests is central to the folklore many attribute to this region of the United States that stretches as far as the western borders of Texas to the northern borders of West Virginia.

Characteristics frequently used to describe southern living are charming, polite, charitable, and “good home cooking.” Mastering dishes popularized in the South, such as barbecue, hummingbird cake, hush puppies, and buttermilk biscuits, can be challenging for seasoned home cooks and novices alike.

Sourced from top food critic picks, reader reviews, and bestseller lists, the following books provide a comprehensive introduction to eats likely to win over the most die-hard Cajun, soul, and fried food fans. These selections are also packed with expert tips from numerous award-winning chefs on how to stock a pantry, meal plan, and select the perfect boozy cocktail for long sips on a porch swing at sunset.


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