Gourmand World Cookbook Awards 2021: National Winners
02 February 2021
A cornucopia of Guild members has won national awards in the first stage of this year’s Gourmand World Cookbook Awards.
30 Easy Ways to Join the Food Revolution by Ollie Hunter (Pavilion) won the category D01 Sustainability – Books.
A Foodie Afloat by Di Murrell (Troubador) won the category D06 Food Tourism.
Coconut & Sambal by Lara Lee (Bloomsbury) won the category C18 Asian – Published outside Asia. Lara is entered as an Indonesian writer in this category.
Cook, Eat, Repeat by Nigella Lawson (Chatto & Windus) won the category B02 Best of the Best Audio.
First Catch Your Gingerbread by Sam Bilton (Prospect Books) won the category A10 Blogger.
No Kitchen Cookery for Irish Primary Schools by Katharine Tate (The Food Teacher) won the category A15 Cooking Schools/Education
Oats in the North, Wheat from the South by Regula Ysewijn (Murdoch Books) won the category D07 Food Heritage, and National Trust Book of Puddings by Regula Ysewijn (National Trust) won the category E03 Pastries – Desserts.
Rustica – Mediterranean village food by Theo Michaels (Ryland Peters and Small) won the category D02 Health & Nutrition, and SHARE – delectable sharing boards by Theo Michaels (Ryland Peters and Small) won the category A11 Entertaining. Theo is entered as a Cypriot writer in each of these categories.
Taste and the TV Chef by Gilly Smith (Intellect) won the category D04 Food Writing.
The Lebanese Cookbook by Ghillie Basan (Lorenz Books) won the category C18 Asian – Published outside Asia.
The Lost Orchard by Raymond Blanc (Headline) won the category E11 Fruits.
The Making of Macao Fusion Cuisine by Annabel Jackson (Macao Institute of European Studies - Hong Kong University) won the category C25 Portuguese.
You can see the full list of winners here: cookbookfair.com