The 2011 International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP) Gala Awards ceremony is planned for the evening of Thursday, June 2 in Austin, Texas.
Cookbooks that focus on ethnic, cultural, historic, or regional cooking in the United States.
Cookbooks that focus on bread making, desserts, confections and sweet or savory pastries or doughs.
Cookbooks by or about chefs, collections of recipe's from chefs, or books that focus on the cuisine of specific restaurants.
Cookbooks comprised of material previously published in another format, or compiled by a staff of writers or editors.
Cookbooks by writers who have not previously authored, co-authored, or significantly contributed to a food or beverage related book.
Reference books of culinary terms, histories, techniques or ingredients.
Awarded to a photographer and stylist for food photography and styling that clearly, accurately and artistically represents the book's recipes or cooking techniques, enhances the text with stimulating visual images and reflects the overall tone of the book.
Multiple-subject recipe books, including all-purpose cookbooks and personal recipe collections.
Cookbooks and diet books that focus on healthful eating, nutrition, dietary concerns and special or restrictive diets.
Cookbooks that focus on foods of a particular geographical region or cultural identity outside the United States.
Non-fiction or fiction food or beverage books that are distinguished by the quality of their prose. These books may or may not include recipes.
Cookbooks that focus on specific foods, cooking methods, techniques or appliances.
Books on the history, evaluation or production of alcoholic beverages; mixology; serving or pairing with food.
For the last 25 years, IACP has honored excellence in cookbook publishing; beginning this year, IACP will also honor culinary works that have significantly altered the way we think about food and contributed in a meaningful way to the field of culinary literature. Books dedicated to any food-related subject; document and/or interpret a cuisine, culinary tradition or history; or convey an important culinary sensibility or vision were eligible.
Modified June 2011
Anatolia: Turkish Recipes
The Beer Bible
Beetlebung Farm Cookbook
Bird in Hand (Chicken)
Bob's Joke Burgers
Dinner at Home
Fast Food (Andrew Weil)
Food 52 Genius
The Food Lab
Heritage Southern Recipes
Jemima Code African Recipes
Near & Far World Recipes
NOPI Restaurant Cookbook
Oxford Companion to Wine
Phoenix Claws: Chinese
The Third Plate
V Is for Vegetables
What Katie Ate
The Whole 30
Whole Food Kitchen
Zahav Israeli Cooking
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