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Tag: Eileen Yin Fei Lo

Chronicle Books receives two finalist awards for the IACP 2010 Cookbook Awards!

by Danielle
Food & Drink / March 04, 2010

Raincoast Books is extending their congratulations to Chronicle Books' finalist nominations for the IACP 2010 Cookbook Awards!!

Chronicle Books has received two finalist nominations for the International Association of Cookbook Professionals’ 2010 Cookbook Awards.  The IACP is like the Golden Globe Awards in the food publishing world (with the James Beard Foundation Awards being akin to the Academy Awards).  Out of hundreds of books that are submitted, it’s a huge acknowledgement from the food professionals on the nominating board to select just three cookbook titles per category as finalists. 

The two fabulous book up for this prestigious award are:

BAKING: SAVORY OR SWEET category:
ALL CAKES CONSIDERED

INTERNATIONAL category:
MASTERING THE ART OF CHINESE COOKING

Here's a great video on the book


Mastering the Art of Chinese Cooking

by Dan
Food & Drink / February 01, 2010

Mastering the Art of Chinese Cooking Cover

Lovingly designed inside and out with stunning colour photographs by Susie Cushner, brush calligraphy by San Yan Wong, and detailed line drawings, Mastering the Art of Chinese Cooking by Eileen Yin-Fei Lo is just one of the most beautiful cookbooks I have ever seen.

But it's not *just*a coffee-table book. Mastering the Art of Chinese Cooking includes more than 100 recipes, and Lo – an acclaimed chef with decades of experience – guides you step-by-step through the techniques, ingredients, and equipment of new and old Chinese cuisine.

It's an amazing book and surely a 'must-have' for Chinese cuisine aficionados.

Just watch this fabulous video for the book: