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Gourmand World Cookbook Award Winners

December 14, 2010

MADRID, December 14, 2010 /PRNewswire/ — The end of year gifts are
coming early in 2010 for cookbook authors and publishers. Each individual
winner will receive in the next two weeks the personal official letter
announcing his win at the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards. They also qualify
to represent their country in the “Best in the World” competition, with
results announced in March 3, 2011 on the first day of Paris Cookbook Fair.

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This year 154 countries participated in the Gourmand World Cookbook
Awards, entering books in 53 categories. The competition is free and open to
all. No other sector of book publishing has the benefits of such an
international platform . All countries, authors and publishers, big and
small, have the same equal opportunity.

The major trend this year is the rise in quality in Asia and Latin
America
, the “New World” of cookbooks, while the crisis is limiting the
investments of many publishers in the West. The sector is in good health,
with the number of cookbook titles increasing from 5 to 10% in the West, such
as 9% in France in the first nine months of 2010 in spite of the crisis. In
Asia or Latin America the increase is 10 to 20%. For wine books titles, it is
even higher.

Here is a selected list of the best cookbook of the year for 57
countries, according to the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards.

    Argentina : Siete Fuegos, Mallmann, Kaminky (V-R Editoras)
    Australia : Bentley (Murdoch Books)
    Austria : Sacher (Styria)
    Bangladesh : Sasto Sochaton Ranna, Keka Ferdousi (Anannya)
    Belgium : Dix Petits Doights Pleains de Chocolat, Pierre Marcolini
    (Racine)
    Bhutan : Foods of the Kingdom of Bhutan (Bhutan Foundation)
    Canada : Glutton for Pleasure, Bob Blumer (Whitecap)
    Chile : Gastronomia del Mar (Gourmet Patagonia)
    China : Official Health Food, Master Chef Du Guang Bei
    Colombia : Secretos de la Parrilla, Bernardo Gomez Cortazar (Gama)
    Costa Rica : Saberes y Sabores de Boruca, Leila Garro Valverde (Gama
    Print)
    Czech Republic : Czech Home Cook, Jitka Rakoskikova (Mlada Fronta)
    Denmark : Paul Food, Paul Cunningham (Politiker)
    Ecuador : Cocina de Autor, Santiago Chamorro (Sesos Creacion
    Visual-Unimarket)
    Finland : Olo (Teos)
    France : 1 Canard, 2 Daguin (Sud Ouest)
    Ghana : Ghanaian Cook Book, Sophia Manu ((Adaex Educational Publication -
    Accra)
    Germany : JW4 (Wissler Group)
    Greece : Every Day , Argiro Barbarigou (Liberis)
    Hong Kong : Grandma, Grandpa Cook (MCCM Creations)
    Hungary : Segal Viktor - Colours and Taste (Book Publishing)
    Iceland :Silver of the Sea, Volundar Snaer Volundarsson (Salka)
    India : Byriani-Pratibha Karan (Random House India)
    Ireland : Catherine's Italian Kitchen , Catherine Fulvio (Gill McMillan)
    Italy : Food Designing, Marti Guixe (Corraini)
    Japan : 12 Roads and Stories of the Foods, Chieko Mukasa (Heibonya)
    Latvia : Est Ir Tava Daba (Zvaigzne)
    Laos : Food from Northern Laos - The Boat Landing Cookbook (Galangal
    Press)
    Luxembourg : Henri Schumacher Patissier (Guy Binsfeld)
    Lebanon : Mouneh (Barbara Abdeni Massaad)
    Malaysia : Kulit Manis, A Taste of Terengganu's Heritage. Puan Rosita Bt
    Abdullah (My Viscom)
    Malta : Pippa's Festa , Pippa Mattei (Miranda)
    Mexico : Los Top Chefs de Mexico (Larousse)
    Morocco : Le Figuier de Barbarie (Alwifak)
    Netherlands : Toscanini Venticinqe (Toscanini)
    New Zealand : Me'a Kai, Come Eat, Robert Oliver, Dr.Tracy Berno, Shiri
    Ram (Random House NZ)
    Norway : Ekte Mat, Andreas Viestad (Cappelen Damm)
    Peru : History, Anecdotes, and Some Recipes from Peruvian Cuisine,
    Berit Knudsen (Iandu)
    Philippines : An Invitation to Malacanan (Art Post Asia)
    Poland :Nature of Polish Cuisine - Woicieh Modest Amaro
    Portugal : 2780 Taberna (Bertrand)
    Russia : Larousse Gastronomique (Chernov)
    Singapore : Above and Beyond, Singapore Airlines (Marshall Cavendish)
    Slovenia : Ljubezen Skoz Zwloswx (Vale Novak-Gorenjski Tisk)
    South Africa : Koekemakranka Khoi-Khoin Kultuurgoed en Kom-Kuier-Kos
    Renata Coetzee (Lapa)
    Spain : Las Cocinas del Camino de Santiago (Al Gusto)
    Sweden : Syrat -Sour (Informationsforlaget)
    Switzerland : Fusion Pur (Betty Bossi)
    Trinidad Tobago : Ah'Len - Welcome (Syrian Lebanese Woman Association)
    Turkey : Tadi Damagimda Kaldi, Mehmet Soykan (Food in Le Gastronomy)
    UAE : Arabian Dreams, Aaron Maree (Motivate)
    Uruguay : Gastronomia de las Costas de Rocha, Juan Antonio Varese
    (Cruz del Sur)
    UK : Noma, Rene Redzepi (Phaidon)
    USA : The Essential New York Times Cookbook, Amanda Hesser (WWW Norton)
    Venezuela : Las Recetas Olvidadas, Gamal El Fakih Rodriguez (Speedread)

One of these books above will be the “Best Cookbook of the Year”. The
shortlist will be announced in January, and the “Best in the World” will be
proclaimed March 3, 2011 in Paris, in a glamorous awards event at the Theatre
Le 104, within Le 104, the new Artistic Center of the City of Paris.

For more information, please contact Edouard Cointreau, President,
Gourmand World Cookbook Awards, Tel: +34-91-541-67-68,
edouard@gourmandbooks.com, icr@virtualsw.es

http://www.cookbookfair.com.

http://www.104.fr

SOURCE Gourmand Books


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