The Taste has been Shortlisted for a Gourmand World Cookbook Awards

The Taste has been Shortlisted for a Gourmand World Cookbook Awards

We are delighted to announce that The Taste has been shortlisted for a renowned publishing award for Best in the World Digital Food Magazine. The Gourmand World Cookbook Awards have been recognising and rewarding the world’s best food writing for the last 20 years.

Previous Irish winners include Neven Maguire, Catherine Fulvio, The Happy Pear, Susan Jane White and Domini Kemp.

The awards have developed alongside the cookbook industry and now cover specialist areas and the digital arena.

The Taste is representing Ireland in the Food Culture section as we have been shortlisted in the Digital Food Magazine category.

Other publications contending in this category for the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards are Canada’s Appetite for Books Newsletter and Chef Stirring from the USA.

We are delighted to be representing Ireland at the awards and wish to congratulate the other Irish authors and publishers who have been shortlisted:

Woman Chef Author
The Lettercollum Cookbook, Karen Austin (Onstream)

Special Award
Chef Interrupted, Trevis L. Gleason (Coffee Town Press)

TV
Clodagh’s Irish Kitchen, Clodagh McKenna (Kyle Books)

Entertaining
The Jewish Wedding Cookbook (Lunch Box)

Publishers
Gill MacMillan

Cookbook of the Year
Sea Gastronomy, Michael O’Meara (Artisan House)

Lifestyle – Institutions, Health & Nutrition
Operation Transformation 2015 (RTE)

Fish & Seafood
Sea Gastronomy, Michael O’ Meara (Artisan House)

Vegetarian
The Lettercollum Cookbook, Karen Austin (Onstream)

Non-Profit
The Dublin Cookbook (Concept Marketing )

The Gourmand World Cookbook Awards will take place in Yantai, China on the 29th of May.

You can see the full list of shortlisted contenders here.

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