March 7th, 2011
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The International Association of Culinary Professionals doesn't just award distinguished cookbooks; it also celebrates excellence in food journalism with the IACP Bert Greene Awards. Grab a snack and get clicking.

2011 Bert Greene Finalists

Culinary Writing about Beer, Wine, and/or Spirits

"Drinking in Islamabad"
Lawrence Osborne
Playboy Magazine

"Revolutionary Spirit"
David Wondrich
SAVEUR Magazine

"Divide & Conquer: Thanksgiving Wine Pairing Dish by Dish"
Patrick Comiskey


"Hunter Angler Gardener Cook"
Hank Shaw

"Politics of the Plate"
Barry Estabrook
Politics of the Plate

"You Fed a Baby Chili?"
Benjamin Rhau
You fed a baby chili?

Culinary Writing That Makes a Difference

"A Tale of Two Daries"
Barry Estabrook

"The (Surprising) Truth About Salt"
Rachael Moeller Gorman
Good Housekeeping

"The Future of Milk"
David Goodman
EatingWell: Where Good Taste Meets Good Health

Culinary Writing: Restaurant and/or Chef with or without Recipes

"Eternal Pleasures"
Anya von Bremzen
SAVEUR Magazine
Recipes: Jim Romanoff

"Lafayette and the Revolution: Manning the Barricades with Jean-Georges"
Alan Tardi
Food Arts

"Spirit of the Bistro"
Alexander Lobrano
SAVEUR Magazine

Culinary Writing with Recipes

"A Thing of Beauty"
Sara Dickerman
SAVEUR Magazine

"Fig – Heaven"
Georgia Pellegrini
Food Heroes

"Roots of the Deli"
David Sax
SAVEUR Magazine

Culinary Writing without Recipes

"Grecian Formula"
Alan Richman

"The Catch" (login required)
Barry Estabrook
New York Times Magazine

"The Hungry Metropolis"
Jonathan Gold
SAVEUR Magazine

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