More A16 Kudos At IACP Awards

Nate Appleman, just back in town from receiving a Food and Wine Best New Chef award, may need to think about investing in a plus-sized trophy cabinet. The young pizza master with the Telly Savalas ‘do just bagged two more awards for his A16 cookbook.

The International Association of Culinary Professionals gave A16 Food + Wine its Book of the Year and First Book/Julia Child awards. Check out Grub Street and MenuPages Chicago for further coverage. And scope the full list of winners after the jump.


Cookbook of the Year: A16: Food & Wine by Ed Anderson and Nate Appleman (Ten Speed Press)

American: Arthur Schwartz’s Jewish Home Cooking: Yiddish Recipes Revised by Arthur Schwartz (Ten Speed Press)

Baking: The Art and Soul of Baking by Cindy Mushet (Andrews McMeel Publishing)

Chefs & Restaurants: Chanterelle by David Waltuck and Andrew Friedman (Taunton Press)

Compilations: The Bon Appetit Cookbook: Fast, Easy, Fresh by Barbara Fairchild (John Wiley & Sons)

First Book/The Julia Child Award: A16: Food & Wine by Ed Anderson and Nate Appleman (Ten Speed Press)

Food Photography & Styling: Chanterelle by David Waltuck and Andrew Friedman (Taunton Press)

Food Reference & Technical: The Science of Good Food by David Joachim, Andrew Schloss, and Philip Handel (Robert Rose)

General: Do It For Less! Weddings: How to Create Your Dream Wedding Without Breaking the Bank by Denise Vivaldo (Sellers Publishing)

Health and Special Diet: The Food You Crave by Ellie Krieger (Taunton Press)

International: Beyond the Great Wall by Jeffrey Alford and Naomi Duguid (Artisan Books)

Literary Food Writing: Bottomfeeder by Taras Grescoe (Harper Collins)

Single Subject: Fat: An Appreciation of a Misunderstood Ingredient by Jennifer McLagan (Ten Speed Press)

Wine, Beer and Spirits: Ciderland by James Crowden (Birlinn Limited)

“The Eggs and I” Francine Prose, Saveur magazine

Internet: “What I Saw, and Ate, at the Pig ‘Sacrifice’” Jonathan Kauffman,

Magazine: “Cancer & Creativity: One Chef’s True Story” Andrew Solomon, Food & Wine magazine

Newspaper: “Kick the Bottle” Lee Klein, Miami New Times

Best of NOLA: “Open City” Jessica Harris, Saveur magazine

Avocational Cooking Schools:
PCC Cooks, PCC Natural Markets, Seattle, WA

Consumer Educational and Communication Materials: Giant Eagle Market District “Perishables Reference Guides & Monthly Newsletter” Pittsburgh, PA

Cooking Teacher of the Year: Christopher Koetke, Kendall College, Dean/Culinary, Chicago, IL

Corporate Marketing Campaign: Cuisinart “Recipe Widget” Mary Rodgers, Stamford, CT

Entrepreneur: Rick Bayless, Frontera, Chef/Owner, Chicago, IL

[Photo: Via Ten Speed Press]

More A16 Kudos At IACP Awards