The call for entries is underway for the 2010 IACP cookbook awards (omfg have you submitted yet?), and the field has changed just a little with the addition of three new categories. Recognizing the expanding market for kiddie-chefs and family dinner compilations, they've added a Children, Youth, and Family category; Culinary History opens the doors [...]
In honor of the baffling choice by the IACP to give Sur La Table's cookbook The Art and Soul of Baking, the win in the Baking category at the 2009 Cookbook Awards, here's a clip from a recent episode of South Park, where Stan tries to return a margarita machine to a Sur La Table [...]
Earlier today, we listed this year's winners of the IACP cookbook awards, which were announced on Saturday at an awards ceremony in Denver, Colorado. Eat Me Daily's Books Editor, Helen Rosner, weighs in on how the organization picked the wrong winners, and why that bodes poorly for the future of book publishing.
As an organization, the [...]
This past weekend, the International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP) convened in Denver, Colorado to schmooze, gossip, and — perhaps most importantly — announce the winners of their annual awards. Judged by a panel of 36 food and beverage professionals from all over the country and culled from a shortlist of nominees, the awards recognize [...]
The International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP) has released the list of finalists for their 2009 cookbook awards. If the Beards are the Oscars of food, an IACP nod is a Golden Globe — the society of food pros encompasses writers, agents, editors, and teachers as well as the usual who's-who of restaurateurs and big [...]