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Thursday, March 4, 2010

IACP Clarifies Cookbook Award Categories, Calls for People's Choice Votes

Posted By on Thu, Mar 4, 2010 at 1:34 PM

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Yesterday, the International Association of Culinary Professionals released the list of finalists for its annual cookbook awards. (Think of the IACP Awards as the Emmys to the Oscars of the James Beard Awards. No, wait, more classy: Perhaps the Golden Globes. But then there are all those HBO dramas that win Emmys...you get the picture. Equal significance in the field, slightly less fanfare.) The organization released a blanket list of finalists, without sorting them by award category.

Today, the IACP has sent out its official press release giving full details

and announcing a new "people's choice" award for cookbooks. If you,

dear member of the teeming masses, want to cast a vote for your

favorite finalist, you can do it online. Just to recap, the five Bay Area cookbook authors up for awards this year:

Again, congratulations to all.

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