James Beard Foundation Nominates Two Atlantic Food Channelers

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The Atlantic congratulates its curator of the new Food channel, Corby Kummer, on his nomination for a James Beard Journalism award in the category of Food-Related Columns for three articles that appeared in last year's Atlantic: "A Papaya Grows in Holyoke," "Beyond the McIntosh," and "Half a Loaf." Corby has previously won four James Beard Journalism awards.

And we congratulate our debut Back of the House contributor Grant Achatz, winner of last year's James Beard Foundation Outstanding Chef in America award, for his nomination in this year's Books category, Cooking From a Professional Point of View, for his book, Alinea.

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