Friday, November 1, 2013

Culinary Quill Awards


Party Food for Girls is one of the finalists in the NZ Guild of Food Writers Culinary Quill Awards, winners will be nominated tomorrow night, so wish me (and Arantxa, my daughter and co-author) luck! This is the only children's book in the awards (there isn't a separate category - I guess that there aren't enough kids' cookbooks to have one) so it great to be a finalist among all the grown-up books!

Anyway, here are some images from the book, I guess that grown-ups could eat these too!
If you pin any of these remember to credit as such: Images from the book Party Food For Girls by Alessandra Zecchini and Arantxa Zecchini Dowling, photos by Shaun Cato-Symonds, New Holland Publishers NZ © (I know that it is long, but you wouldn't break copyrights law, would you?)






Images from the book Party Food For Girls by Alessandra Zecchini and Arantxa Zecchini Dowling, photos by Shaun Cato-Symonds, New Holland Publishers NZ ©

5 comments:

  1. Meravigliose ricette!!!
    Meravigliose foto!!!
    Meraviglioso blog!!! Non potevo che unirmi ai tuoi lettori!
    Se ti va passa a trovarmi. Un abbraccio affettuoso e a presto!
    www.cucinaconelena.blogspot.it

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  2. Big congratulations Alessandra, it's a gorgeous book

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  3. FYI, we didn't win :-(, anyway, it was great to be a finalist, and Arantxa hasn't even ask about the award or who won or anything, so no sweat there :-). Congratulations to all the winners in all the categories, they are (copied and pasted from the Guild's FB Page)

    Online Winner: Annabel Langbein for www.annabel-langbein.com
    Visual winner was Cuisine Magazine's Fiona Smith with her "10 Big Bites of Summer".
    Recipe Writing winner was NZGFW new VP Kathy Paterson for "Real World - go fishin'".
    Broadcast winner was Annabel Langbein for her TV how The Free Range Cook.
    Journalism winner was Waikato Times's Denise Irvine for "Zest For Life".
    Book winner was Annabel Langbein for Simple Pleasures.
    And the special Chief Judge's Award went to Lesley Christensen-Yule and Lindsay Neill for The NZ Chef.

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