5 ICC Alumni Nominated for the 2020 IACP Cuisinart Awards
While chart-topping music stars took home their Grammy’s in January, and Hollywood A-lister’s received their Oscar’s last month, award season is not over yet! Actually, it’s just heating up in the culinary world as the first nominee list to be released are the 2020 finalists for the IACP Cuisinart Awards.
In 1978, a group of cooking school owners and instructors founded this prestigious association to bring together experiences, expertise, advice and support, in ways that lead to unparalleled growth and professional success.
The IACP Awards are among the most prestigious and coveted in the food industry. Below, check out the ICC alumni who made this year’s list!
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2020 IACP CUISINART AWARD NOMINEES
COOKBOOK AWARDS – CHEFS & RESTAURANTS
Butcher and Beast: Mastering the Art of Meat
Angie Mar (Culinary ’11), Jamie Feldmar, Authors
Amanda Englander, Editor
FOOD WRITING AWARDS – NARRATIVE FOOD WRITING WITH OR WITHOUT RECIPES
The Rise and Fall of the Fancy Chef Burger
Rebecca Flint Marx (Culinary ’08)
DIGITAL MEDIA AWARDS – CORPORATE ONLINE VIDEO SERIES
Wanna Make This?
Jamie Tiampo (Culinary ’06) and Saukok Tiampo
SeeFood Media for the Food Network
FOOD WRITING AWARDS – NARRATIVE BEVERAGE WRITING WITH OR WITHOUT RECIPES
A Beginner’s Guide to Champagne
Hannah Selinger (Culinary ’11)
DIGITAL MEDIA AWARDS – CULINARY RECIPE WEBSITE
Matt Brooks, Joe Yonan, Becky Krystal, Amanda Soto (Food Styling ’18) and Jennifer Beeson Gregory
FOOD PHOTOGRAPHY & STYLING AWARDS – EDITORIAL/PERSONAL FOOD PHOTOGRAPH
How to upgrade your favorite sandwich… But first, the basics
Stacy Zarin Goldberg, food stylist. Lisa Cherkasky, photo editor. Jennifer Beeson Gregory, Art Director: Amanda Soto (Food Styling ’18)
FOOD WRITING AWARDS – NEWSPAPER FOOD SECTION OF THE YEAR, CIRCULATION OF 100,000 OR MORE
The Washington Post Food
Joe Yonan, Matt Brooks, Amanda Soto (Food Styling ’18) and Jennifer Beeson Gregory
The Washington Post
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