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Winners: JBF Book, Broadcast & Journalism Awards

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.

Check out the full list of winners from last night over at Eater National.>>

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