Last night, the James Beard Foundation announced the winners of the 2013 James Beard Foundation Book, Broadcast & Journalism Awards (see the list of 2013 finalists). Maricel E. Presilla's Gran Cocina Latina took home the "Cookbook of the Year" award; Mastering the Art of Southern Cooking by Nathalie Dupree and Cynthia Graubart won in the "American Cooking" category; Canal House Cooks Every Day won for "General Cooking"; and Anne Willan was inducted into the Cookbook Hall of Fame.
Writer Adam Sachs took home two awards: one for "Food and Travel" and another for "Food-Related Columns." Men's Health also cleaned up with wins in the "Cooking/Recipes/Instruction" and "Food Coverage in a General Interest Publication" categories. And, Andrew Zimmern won the "Outstanding Personality/Host" award for his work on Bizarre Foods America.
Representing NYC, Marcus Samuelsson's Yes, Chef won in the "Writing and Literature" category; the "Craig Claiborne Distinguished Restaurant Review Award" went to Village Voice critic Tejal Rao; the Danny Meyer documentary The Restaurateur won the "Special/Documentary" award; and the Anthony Bourdain/David Chang show The Mind of a Chef won for "Television Program, On Location."
The 2013 JBF Restaurant and Chef Awards will be handed out on Monday night.