The 2016 James Beard Award Winners
The South's favorite food critic, the investigation that helped free the slaves that peel your shrimp, and the enduring magic of chicken tenders — a collection of the food writing honored at this week's James Beard Awards. (Photo: Garrett Ziegler)
On Chicken Tenders
Perfection, performance, and the allure of the kids’ menu.
Global Supermarkets Selling Shrimp Peeled by Slaves
“Every morning at 2 a.m., they heard a kick on the door and a threat: Get up or get beaten.”
The Woman Who Ate Atlanta
A profile of Christiane Lauterbach, “the South’s most knowledgeable, enlightening and badass restaurant critic.”
One Night at Kachka
A minute-by-minute account of what it takes to run a restaurant.
There Are Almost No Black People Brewing Craft Beer. Here’s Why.
“Your craft beer aisle may feature a dozen IPAs, but good luck finding an African-style sorghum ale.”
An autobiography in seven meals.