President and CEO of American Book Fest, Jeffrey Keen said this year’s contest yielded over 2,000 entries from authors and publishers around the world, which were then narrowed down to the final results. Over 400 winners and finalists were announced in over 90 categories. Awards were presented for titles published in 2016, 2017 and 2018.
Kitchen Dads The Basics received the Finalist Award in the cookbook category.
“The Basics is really like two books in one, the first half is all about teaching the basics of cooking and the second half is over 90 of my easy-to-make and delicious recipes. Doesn’t matter if you are a home cook pro or just starting out, there is something in it for everyone,” says author Cliff Pelloni.
Pelloni continues, “It’s an amazing honor, and I am so grateful the acknowledgement will help increase exposure for the book and cause of getting more people in the kitchen, cooking with their family and friends.”
The book is available on Amazon.
About Cliff Pelloni:
Cliff Pelloni is not a professional chef, just a Dad who loves to cook. He grew up in a family who loved food and cooking and wanted to pass that legacy on to his kids.
He started Kitchen Dads as a way to preserve family recipes while teaching his kids some basic cooking skills. Since its inception it has grown into a movement to get not only more Dads in the kitchen but a place where both kids and adults alike can learn how to cook simple, healthy, delicious meals which their families will love and have fun making.
His weekly Kitchen Dads internet cooking show is seen by people in over 170 countries around the world. Recipes can be viewed at www.KitchenDadsCooking.com
International Book Awards: More information about the Annual International Book Awards can be found at www.InternationalBookAwards.com