James Beard Foundation Launches JBF Kitchen Cam Tonight

A fantastic announcement from the James Beard Foundation:

Anyone who has ever dined at the Beard House knows that the experience includes an opportunity to pass through the townhouse's historic kitchen and see our visiting chefs at work. Starting next Monday, anyone with a computer or a mobile device will get to peep the action, too.

On March 31, we're launching the JBF Kitchen Cam, a live, three-angle camera feed that captures the excitement and atmosphere of the 200+ dining events that take place at the Beard House over the course of a year. The official launch coincides with a special dinner by JBF Award–winning chef Daniel Boulud, featuring a menu inspired by his latest cookbook and memoir, Daniel: My French Cuisine.

If you enjoy food television you would have noticed how all the judges and special guest are usually James Beard Award winners. The James Beard Awards are the Oscars of the culinary world, and now with the kitchen cam you have an opportunity to see some of the world's best chefs cooking live without the usual reality tv show tropes, just brilliant cooking. This is very cool. 


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