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NZ Author Wins Prestigious International Prize


New Zealand Author Wins Prestigious International Prize

Annabel Langbein was announced winner of the prestigious award for Best Entertaining Cookbook at the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards for her latest book Cooking to Impress – without stress.

The award was announced last Friday 27th February in Barcelona at a Gala Dinner with international guests from 33 countries.

Annabel Langbein's Cooking to Impress – without stress was published by Annabel Langbein Books in November 2003 and is available in both New Zealand and the USA.

Approximately 24,000 food and wine book titles were published internationally last year.


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