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- Ironically, while Juneteenth has become the most prominent Emancipation Day holiday in the US,
- it commemorates a smaller moment that remains relatively obscure.
- It doesn’t mark the signing of the 1863 Emancipation Proclamation,
- which technically freed slaves in the rebelling Confederate states, nor does it commemorate the December 1865 ratification of the 13th Amendment, which enshrined the end of slavery into the Constitution.
- Instead, it marks the moment when emancipation finally reached those in the deepest parts of the former Confederacy.
The world’s top restaurant has just been named and it will give you even more motivation to book a trip to Italy.
Chef Massimo Bottura’s Osteria Francescana in Modena, Italy took home the #1 spot again after being named the world’s best in 2016 (it was #2 on last year’s list). The three-Michelin-star restaurant, which features a 10- and 12-course tasting menu, bumped out New York City’s Eleven Madison Park, which fell to #4 after being named the world’s best in 2017.
“The top spot for Osteria Francescana is testament to Bottura’s continued commitment to driving forward the restaurant’s unique character,” the press release states. “The discreet Modena restaurant serves Bottura’s contemporary cuisine, which challenges and reinvents Italian culinary tradition while making use of the finest produce from the Emilia-Romagna region.”
This year, six restaurants in the United States made the list, which was sponsored by S.Pellegrino and Acqua Panna. Four winners are located in New York while Chicago’s fine-dining hot spot Alinea landed at number 34.
Dan Barber of Blue Hill at Stone Barnsin Pocantico Hills, New York was voted by his peers as the winner of the Chefs’ Choice Award, which is bestowed on an individual believed by their peers to have made the most significant contribution to the industry over the last year. The restaurant also claimed the 12th spot on the list.
The World’s 50 Best Restaurants list is voted for by more than 1,000 international restaurant industry experts and well-travelled gourmets who make up The World’s 50 Best Restaurants Academy, according to the press release. The Academy comprises 26 separate regions around the world, each of which has 40 members, including a chairperson. The event’s sponsors have no influence over the voting process.
The winners of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants Awards were announced yesterday in Bilbao, Spain, with typical pomp. While attention was obviously focused on the countdown to the various restaurants in the top ten, some of the ceremony’s loudest applause occurred at a midpoint, when Irish chef Clare Smyth took the stage to accept the World’s Best Female Chef award. Smyth is famously the only woman to have run a three-Michelin-starred kitchen in the U.K., and at Core, her first solo project, she serves ornate, composed plates centered around ingredients like Scottish venison. Onstage, Smyth quickly stowed her trophy behind the podium, thanked voters, and gave a short speech. “I’m constantly being asked, ‘Why don’t we see more women being represented at the top level of the industry, and why is there a lack of diversity?’” Smyth said. “The thing is, I don’t have the answers, or not all of them.”
Smyth continued, sounding hopeful, but with the measured pace of someone who’s faced the same two or three interview questions repeatedly. “For the last ten years of my career I’ve been asked, ‘What is it like being a female chef?’” she said. “To which I reply, ‘I’m not sure what you mean because I’ve never been a male chef.’” The audience laughed wearily, and Smyth finished by urging her peers to try valuing the qualities of support, tolerance, and kindness in a chef as much as they value flawless spot prawns and heirloom carrots.
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The very idea of awarding a Best Female Chef remains, at best, questionable. (Even Gordon Ramsay, Smyth’s mentor and former boss, once called her “the most prominent female chef of our generation.”) Critics continually point out that the mere existence of the award continues to promote the idea that “female chef” is some sort of novelty act, meant to be celebrated as an aside to the “real” chefs whose restaurants make the cut on the actual World’s 50 Best list. It’s unhelpful to be having this same conversation, or some closely related variant, every year around awards season. Moreover, it’s worth noting that Smyth’s restaurant didn’t land on the 2018 list, or even the runners-up list, which means that, according to the organization that runs these awards, the best female chef in the entire world runs, at best, the 101st best restaurant, overall.
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