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38: Charleen Badman

8 years ago by Chow Bella
From now 'til we publish the 2012 edition of Best of Phoenix, New Times and Chow Bella present 100 Tastemakers -- Valley residents who make the cut in our culinary scene. Some you'll know; for others, it'll be a first introduction (but likely not the last). While you're here, check...
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Charleen Badman's Pomegranate Fig Gimlet

9 years ago by Zach Fowle
​Yesterday we met Charleen Badman, the chef-slash-bartender-slash-plateful-of-awesome who cooks up food and cocktails over at FnB. Today she shares with us the recipe for her Pomegranate Fig Gimlet, which premieres on the cocktail menu this week and makes use of her specialty, a fruit infused vodka. "I use dried Turkish...
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Charleen Badman at FnB

9 years ago by Zach Fowle
​The kitchen at FnB restaurant (7133 E. Stetson Dr., 480-254-9463) isn't where it should be. Rather than safely hidden behind closed doors in a back room, the Scottsdale eatery's pots, pans, grills and blenders are out in the open, smack in the middle of the Technicolor tile floor. Tiny tables and chairs...
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Charleen Badman of FnB

9 years ago by Hannah E Williams
Chef Charleen Badman's interest in food stems from two unlikely sources: Her mom's less-than-stellar cooking and the teenage dream of owning a car. What started as a means to dream fulfillment - both edibility and mobility - grew into a passion for food that has Badman traversing continents and staking out farms.
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Charleen Badman's "Green" Salad with Caper Vinaigrette

9 years ago by Hannah E Williams
Yesterday Chef Charleen Badman at FnB told us about her "research and development" trips, i.e. travel eating marathons. Today she shares her recipe for the New York eatery-inspired "Green" Salad.
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Charleen Badman of FnB, Part Two

9 years ago by Hannah E Williams
Chef Charleen Badman has made a name fore herself cooking vegetables at FnB, a trend she attributes to her vegetarian yoga instructor/friend. More specifically, she's embraced the vegetables no one else wants to cook and made them her signature: Converting boring, bland leeks into a cult classic that's generating national buzz. Food & Wine has even come knocking... (more after the jump.)
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Scottsdale Chef Charleen Badman a Finalist for 2019 James Beard Award

10 months ago by Lauren Cusimano
She is the only finalist from Phoenix area, which had eight semifinalists.
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Charleen Badman Scoops 2019 James Beard Award for Best Chef: Southwest

9 months ago by Chris Malloy
A win for Best Chef: Southwest is a win for all of Arizona.
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Charleen Badman at Maya's Farm for Special Event Hosted by Outstanding in the Field

9 years ago by Laura Hahnefeld
There are farmers, there are chefs, and there are diners. While all are a part of eating out, it's rare the three groups come together all at once -- at least, not like this. Outstanding in the Field, a "restaurant without walls," organizes seasonal farm dinner events throughout the country...
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Chefs Charleen Badman, Justin Beckett, and More to Present at Ignite Food

8 years ago by Laura Hahnefeld
After over a month's worth of submissions, Ignite Food, founder Jeff Moriarty's spinoff idea of Ignite Phoenix, has announced its lineup of presenters -- each of whom will have five minutes to speak on a food- or drink-related topic. Headed up by customer relationship management consultant and foodie Chris Lee,...

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