Bonnie Lee Black (Gabon 1996-98) Awarded International Prize
Yesterday evening, March 6, 2012, Bonnie Lee Black (Gabon 1996-98) received a Gourmand International World Cookbook Awards in Paris, France, for her book How to Cook a Crocodile. How to Cook a Crocodile: A Memoir with Recipes was the first book published by the Peace Corps Writers Imprint. Bonnie’s book won the “Charity and Community” category award.
The event, held in the Folies Bergeres theater, attracted an audience from all over the world. Bonnie, who is a blogger on this site at: Cooking Crocodiles & Other Food Musings, gave her acceptance speech in both French and English.
The 16-year-old organization Gourmand International, headquartered in Madrid, Spain, publishes GOURMAND magazine and sponsors the Gourmand World Cookbooks Awards. The 2011 awards celebration at the Folies Bergère kicks off a week-long Paris Cookbook Fair.
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Congratulations again, Bonnie!
I’d love to print some of your speech in the April issue of the Gabon Letter.
You make us all proud.