Tim Carman
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Washington Post food writer Tim Carman has been nominated for two James Beard Foundation Awards; he won one in 2011 for Food-Related Columns and Commentary. His work has appeared in four editions of the “Best Food Writing” collections as well as the sixth edition of “Cornbread Nation” written for various publications, including Food Network magazine, Men’s Journal and Food Republic. In 2013, he launched a weekly cheap eats column for The Post called The $20 Diner, which won second place for best restaurant criticism in the 2015 Association of Food Journalists Awards contest. He is committed to building the best home coffee bar in the Northeast and has been known to make his own yogurt, charcuterie and Texas-style brisket in his spare time.

Ten Questions with Tim Carman, Food Writer for The Washington Post

Tim Carman, Food Writer for The Washington Post, will be speaking at Food Tank’s fourth annual Washington, D.C. Summit, “Cultivating the Next Generation of Young Food Leaders,” which will be held on February 28, 2018.