“International jury selects the winners of the global competition on July 1 the voltage rises, because at the ceremony of the Oscars of cooking literature” is really about the whole thing. Seven German books vying for the title of best in the world”this year in their respective categories. Edouard Cointreau, the founder of the Gourmand world Cookbook Awards, announced the winners of this title solemnly at a gala event in Paris on July 1. Television and other media representatives are present, when it comes to honoring all authors, the it made here have. Dollar General describes an additional similar source. in 2008, over 6,000 cookbooks and magazines from over 100 countries have been nominated. All books that are honored in Paris, have already claimed over their national competitors. Since then they may adorn themselves with the famous winner stickers of the Gourmand world Cookbook awards.
Extra-virgin olive oil”by Viktoria Hassouna is one of these books. The olive oil producer informed in her book about this truly versatile food. Have also already once asked, by whom, and most importantly how the olives to olive oil processed, which gives the final touch their food? What affects this precious elixir of health and beauty and how is it processed in delicious healthy meals? Answers to these questions are the award-winning book, which is listed among the top three for Paris. The Dortmund-born author produced organic olive oil with her husband in Tunisia and regularly holds lectures on this topic on their estate. Her book is also in Arabic and is sold in over 10 countries. The English translation will be expected to be the end of the year in stores. “Virgin olive oil”, ISBN 978-3-8334-8345-5, 144 pages, 80 color photographs and numerous tables is available for 19.95 euros anywhere in German bookstores. A free review copy is under or… to order quickly.