The Fortnum & Mason Food and Drink Book Awards 2021 Winners
It is with great pleasure that we announce the winners of the Fortnum & Mason Food and Drink Awards 2021.
Ranging from a heartwarming memoir from one of our most beloved food critics to a vibrant celebration of Palestinian cuisine, this year's winners, chosen across six categories, showcase passion, talent and extraordinary devotion to food and drink culture.
Since 2013, this award has celebrated the finest food and drink writing, with former winners including Nigel Slater, Diana Henry and Samin Nosrat.
Food Book 2021 Winner
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From the beloved author of The Shepherd’s Life, English Pastoral is an elegantly written and richly evocative chronicle of the life of three generations on a small farm and their relationship with the land.
Debut Food Book 2021 Winner
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From chips and gravy in the school canteen to haute cuisine in the country’s finest restaurants, one of our sharpest food writers tells her life story through the gastronomic experiences that have stayed with her most.
Debut Food Book 2021 Shortlist
Cookery Book 2021 Winner
Falastin presents over a hundred recipes of scrumptious Palestinian-inspired dishes – from colourful salads and soups to sweetly scented desserts – together with fascinating stories from the locals.
Cookery Book 2021 Shortlist
Debut Cookery Book 2021 Winner
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London’s King of Pies shares his best recipes, from beef Wellington to rhubarb tarts, as well as a host of technical tips for mastering the perfect crust and more.
Debut Cookery Book 2021 Shortlist
Drink Book 2021 Winner
America's youngest sommelier lifts the lid on the misogynistic world of fine dining and her route back to rediscovering her love of wine in this shocking and entertaining memoir.
Drink Book 2021 Shortlist
Inside Bordeaux by Jane Anson is also nominated but sadly unavailable from Waterstones.com.
Debut Drink Book 2021 Winner
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Distilling a world of weird and wonderful cocktails into the 200 that every bartender and home enthusiast should know, Oh's beautifully presented volume is the ultimate guide both to established classics and neglected treasures.
Debut Drink Book 2021 Shortlist