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IACP Awards Announcement

February 20th, 2012Posted by: Dan Rosenberg

IACP announces finalists in its 26th Annual Awards Program. Drum roll, please . . .

By Adam Salomone

You’ve been waiting. We’ve been waiting. With breath bated, and (hopefully) mouths full of good food, we’ve all watched as the calendar slowly ticked away the days to the annual awards announcement. Well friends, wait no longer, because that day is today. With gleeful anticipation, it is our pleasure and honor to present the 26th Annual International Association of Culinary Professionals awards finalists for the Cookbooks Awards, New Media & Broadcast Awards, and Bert Greene Awards. You can see the full listing at the link below:

http://www.iacp.com/press/more/2012_finalists_for_26th_annual_iacp_awards.

This year saw a diverse and vibrant set of entries across all categories. As you’ll see in each of the categories, the finalists highlight both the culinary talents that we all know and love, as well as those that are up-and-coming, whether as authors, chefs, food entrepreneurs, or beyond. There is much to be said for being included with such a distinct group, and as much as those receiving nominations may feel a singular delight, at the IACP, we feel a great honor in being able to select from such a qualified group. We deeply value the faith and trust that the culinary world puts in the organization as we select those included. We hope you feel that this year’s nominees represent the community of which we all are a part, and that you’ll give them a warm welcome and hearty congratulations both today and at the awards unveiling set for Monday, April 2. The awards evening in New York City is sure to be a can’t-miss event.

Sign up to attend the Awards Ceremony & After Party here, if you haven't already.
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Adam Salomone is the Associate Publisher at the Harvard Common Press, a Boston-based cookbook publisher. A lover of food, wine, and spirits, Adam enjoys talking, thinking, and writing about the intersections of food as they impact our lives every day.

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