Just now, I got an email from Gourmand Awards. My knees and hands are shaking. I can't explain what I feel. Here's the mail:
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Today at 5:32 AM
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The Gourmand Awards jury is delighted to announce that Food Cooking and dining dictionary is the national winner in its category: FOOD WRITING.
This dictionary was very much needed, and it is most welcome. It shows an incredible amount of work, much research, and talented food writing
Edouard Cointreau, President of the Jury - Gourmand World Cookbook Awards
Your book will now compete in its category against winners from other countries for the Best in the World. The results will be announced on May 27 & 28, 2017 at the annual Gourmand Awards Ceremony. If you are planning to attend the ceremony in Yantai, China, please fill the attached “Save the date” document. If you want to order your Winner stickers and certificate, please send us the attached form.
All winners around the world are contacted individually. This letter is your official announcement. The results for all countries will be available on our website in the coming weeks.
Gourmand World Cookbook Awards, President and Founder
WFWF-TV, World Association of Food TV Producers, President
China Food Television, President of Honour
Food, Drinks & Tourism - Beijing International Book Fair
Gourmet Gallery - Frankfurt Book Fair
Now I'm very proud to have the book to represent the more than 7,500 islands of the Philippines and to every thing that each island could offer you to eat.
MABUHAY PO TAYO!
- PFCDD chosen for the next Gourmand World Awards competition
- Namria ‘discovers’ 400 previously ‘unknown’ PHL islands using IfSAR
- This is how I researched for my Philippine Food, Cooking, and Dining Dictionar
- A Dreamer Turned Achiever
- Reminiscing the moments gone by
- Micky Fenix partly featured Edgie's dictionary in the Philippine Daily Inquirer
The Philippine Food, Cooking, and Dining Dictionary (PFCDD) is available in the Powerbooks and the National Book Store. You can also shop a copy online.
Buy a copy for someone dear and someone special. Of course, gift yourself a copy too. A unique and worthwhile gift you can give this Yuletide. It is the first of its kind - the first Philipine food dictionary printed ever. It is published by the Anvil Publishing. Get to know more about Pinoy food culture with this book.
Know the local and common names of Pinoy food, ingredients, tastes, implements, and other words Filipino used in culinary and related food culture.
The book is ideal for culinary students and teachers, food researchers, food writers and bloggers, foodies, historians, tourists, local travellers, home cook, those in food business. and those who want to learn new words of the many languages and dialects we have across the archipelago.