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Recognising Supreme NZ Food Writers


Launch Of Culinary Quills 2003 Recognises Supreme Nz Food Writers

Food writers are invited to enter the New Zealand Guild of Food Writers Culinary Quills, which open tomorrow and close on September 5th.

The revamped awards, now known as the Culinary Quills, include a new Supreme Award which recognises the most outstanding entry, selected from the ten category winners.

Mavis Airey, President of the NZ Guild of Food Writers, said the biennial awards are a great way to showcase the best of New Zealand food writing.

“The Guild’s aim is to foster excellence in food writing – what better way to do this than to acknowledge those who have produced outstanding work?”

“Overseas, our food writers regularly receive accolades for their work. The Culinary Quills enable New Zealand to celebrate that success, too. They will also recognise the enormous contribution food writers make to the development of New Zealand cuisine, and to our knowledge and attitudes towards food,” said Mavis Airey.

Entries for the New Zealand Guild of Food Writers’ Culinary Quills close on 5 September 2003. Winners will be announced at the Awards Dinner at The Heritage in Auckland on 16 October 2003. The award categories and sponsors are as follows:

2003 Supreme Award- NZ Guild of Food Writers Nutrition Award- NZ Pork Consumer/ Food Issues Awards- Fisher & Paykel Book of the Year Awards- Kapiti Cheese Young Food Writer Award- NZ Tamarillo Growers Association Food Feature Writing Award- Wattie’s Ltd Visual Awards- Alfreshco Tui Flower Recipe Awards- Tegel Food Ltd Food and Wine Award- Montana Wines Electronic Media Awards- NZ Guild of Food Writers University of Canterbury Food Journalism Award- University of Canterbury

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