James Andrew Beard (May 5, 1903 – January 21, 1985) was an American chef and food writer. The central figure in the story of the establishment of a gourmet American food identity, Beard was an eccentric personality who brought French cooking to the American middle and upper classes in the 1950s. His legacy lives on in twenty books, numerous writings, his own foundation, and his foundation's annual Beard awards in various culinary genres.
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... Winner, 1991 James Beard Foundation, for Sauces Nominee, 1994 James Beard Foundation, for Splendid Soups Winner, 1997 International Association of Culinary Professionals, for Fish and Shellfish ...
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