Beard Awards heap praise on diverse talents

Prewitt, Milford
May 1996
Nation's Restaurant News;5/20/96, Vol. 30 Issue 20, p110
Trade Publication
Reports on the winners of the 1996 Beard Awards. Includes Jeremiah Tower as the 1996 Farberware Millennium Outstanding Chef; Winners of the regional chef awards, Perrier Outstanding Restaurant Award and Outstanding Pastry Chef; Posthumous lifetime-achievement award for Peter Kump.


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