SSAA National’s Field to Fork – Second Helpings cookbook has received one of the highest honours in food culture by being named one of the top two meat cookbooks in the world. This latest accolade for the Field to Fork franchise was announced at the 27th Gourmand World Cookbook Awards in Umea, Sweden last month.
It marks the third time a Field to Fork publication has been recognised on the international stage. Field to Fork – Second Helpings was named Australia’s Best Meat Cookbook in the 2021 Gourmand World Cookbook Awards and the first instalment in the series, Field to Fork – The Australian Game Cookbook, was named Best First Cookbook (Australia) in 2012.
The Field to Fork cooking initiative is a celebration of Australia’s unique flora and fauna and the important connection people feel to their food and its origins. It has featured a wide range of game meats including camel, snapper, crocodile and venison to illustrate a grassroots approach to sustainably sourcing and cooking food. SSAA National is proud to have created a cookbook which is celebrated on an international scale and highlights Australia’s fishers, recreational hunters and producers for their ethical harvesting of clean, green and nutritious food.
The Gourmand World Cookbook Awards was founded by Edouard Cointreau in 1995 and the annual awards are the world’s largest international competition in the food sector. Entries from 227 countries were received for this year’s awards in one of the largest and most competitive fields of nominees in the history of the initiative. To secure your copy of the two-time award-winning Field to Fork – Second Helpings cookbook, visit onlineshop.ssaa.org.au