2009 IACP Awards

April 14, 2009 at 7:20 am 7 comments

Originally published at Paper Palate on April 13, 2009.

 

International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP) is a not-for-profit professional association dedicated to culinary education.  There are more than 3000 members from 45 different countries in what began as the Association of Cooking Schools (ACS) way back in 1978.  The name was changed in 1981.  On April 4 the IACP held their annual spring awards program in Denver, CO.

 

Among the big winners in the cookbook category are Nate Appleman and Shelley Lindgren (with Kate Leahy) who took home the award for both Best First Book (aka the Julia Child Award) and Book of the Year for their rookie effort A16: Food & Wine published by Ten Speed Press.

 

Here are some of the other cookbook winners:

American Cookbook – The ‘Beef.  It’s What’s for Dinner’ Award

Arthur Schwartz’s Jewish Home Cooking: Yiddish Recipes Revised

Author: Arthur Schwartz

Editor: Clancy Drake

Publisher: Ten Speed Press

 

Baking

The Art and Soul of Baking

Author: Sur La Table

Co-Author: Cindy Mushet

Editor: Jean Lucas

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

 

Chefs & Restaurants – The California Table Grape Commission Award 

Chanterelle

Authors: David Waltuck and Andrew Friedman

Photographer: Maria Robledo

Editor: Pam Hoenig and Caroyln Mandarano

Publisher: Taunton Press Inc

 

Compilations

The Bon Appetit Fast Easy Fresh Cookbook

Author: Barbara Fairchild

Editor: Pamela Chirls

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

 

Food Reference & Technical

The Science of Good Food

Authors: David Joachim and Andrew Schloss with Philip Handel, Ph.D.

Editor: Carol Sherman

Publisher: Robert Rose Inc.

 

 

Some of the award winner for food journalism included:

Essay

“The Eggs and I”

Francine Prose

Saveur magazine

  

Internet

“What I Saw, and Ate, at the Pig ‘Sacrifice’”

Jonathan Kauffman

http://SeattleWeekly.com

 

Magazine

“Cancer & Creativity: One Chef’s True Story”

Andrew Solomon

Food & Wine magazine

 

Newspaper

“Kick the Bottle”

Lee Klein

Miami New Times

 

Best of NOLA

“Open City”

Jessica Harris

Saveur magazine

 

Of special note among the non-publishing awards was domination by the Windy City as the honor for top entrepreneur went to Rick Bayless, Chef/Owner of Frontera and Christopher Koetke, Dean/Culinary at Kendall College was named the Cooking Teacher of the Year.

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7 Comments

  • 1. Edible TV - » Rick Bayless has been Busy  |  April 17, 2009 at 8:34 am

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  • 2. Well Fed Network - » Rick Bayless has been Busy  |  April 17, 2009 at 9:17 am

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  • 7. Dr. Leon Gerber  |  July 13, 2009 at 8:12 am

    I read only the first article in the Science of Good Food, Acid, and found two math errors, plus the facts stated differ significantly from those on the FDA website.
    Please give me Carol Shermans email, so I can discuss it with her.


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