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James Andrews Beard (May 5, 1903 – January 21, 1985) was an American cook, cookbook author, teacher and television personality. Beard was a champion of American cuisine who taught and mentored generations of professional chefs and food enthusiasts. [1] His legacy lives on in twenty books, other writings and his foundation's annual James Beard awards in a number of culinary genres.

James Andrews Beard was born in Portland, Oregon , in 1903 to Elizabeth and John Beard. His mother operated the Gladstone Hotel, and his father worked at the city's customs house . The family vacationed on the Pacific coast in Gearhart, Oregon , where Beard was exposed to Pacific Northwest cuisine .

Common ingredients of this cuisine are salmon , shellfish and other fresh seafood ; game meats such as moose , elk , or venison ; mushrooms , berries , small fruits , potatoes , kale and wild plants such as fiddleheads or young pushki ( Heracleum maximum , or cow parsnip).

James Andrews Beard (May 5, 1903 – January 21, 1985) was an American cook, cookbook author, teacher and television personality. Beard was a champion of American cuisine who taught and mentored generations of professional chefs and food enthusiasts. [1] His legacy lives on in twenty books, other writings and his foundation's annual James Beard awards in a number of culinary genres.

James Andrews Beard was born in Portland, Oregon , in 1903 to Elizabeth and John Beard. His mother operated the Gladstone Hotel, and his father worked at the city's customs house . The family vacationed on the Pacific coast in Gearhart, Oregon , where Beard was exposed to Pacific Northwest cuisine .

Common ingredients of this cuisine are salmon , shellfish and other fresh seafood ; game meats such as moose , elk , or venison ; mushrooms , berries , small fruits , potatoes , kale and wild plants such as fiddleheads or young pushki ( Heracleum maximum , or cow parsnip).

ISBN 10:  0517695251 ISBN 13:  9780517695258
Publisher: Random House Value Publishing, 1990
Hardcover

An icon of the progressive school of historical interpretation, his reputation suffered during the Cold War era when the assumption of economic class conflict was dropped by most historians. Richard Hofstadter (a consensus historian) concluded in 1968: "Today Beard's reputation stands like an imposing ruin in the landscape of American historiography. What was once the grandest house in the province is now a ravaged survival". [5]

Conversely, Denis W Brogan believed that Beard lost favour in the Cold War not because his views had been proven to be wrong, but because Americans were less willing to hear them. In 1965 he wrote; “The suggestion that the Constitution had been a successful attempt to restrain excessive democracy, that it had been a triumph for property (and) big business seemed blasphemy to many and an act of near treason in the dangerous crisis through which American political faith and practice were passing”. [6]

Hofstadter, nevertheless praised Beard, saying he was "foremost among the American historians of his or any generation in the search for a usable past". [7]

James Andrews Beard (May 5, 1903 – January 21, 1985) was an American cook, cookbook author, teacher and television personality. Beard was a champion of American cuisine who taught and mentored generations of professional chefs and food enthusiasts. [1] His legacy lives on in twenty books, other writings and his foundation's annual James Beard awards in a number of culinary genres.

James Andrews Beard was born in Portland, Oregon , in 1903 to Elizabeth and John Beard. His mother operated the Gladstone Hotel, and his father worked at the city's customs house . The family vacationed on the Pacific coast in Gearhart, Oregon , where Beard was exposed to Pacific Northwest cuisine .

Common ingredients of this cuisine are salmon , shellfish and other fresh seafood ; game meats such as moose , elk , or venison ; mushrooms , berries , small fruits , potatoes , kale and wild plants such as fiddleheads or young pushki ( Heracleum maximum , or cow parsnip).

ISBN 10:  0517695251 ISBN 13:  9780517695258
Publisher: Random House Value Publishing, 1990
Hardcover


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