Andrew Dornenburg

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Andrew Dornenburg (born December 18, 1958, in Concord, California) is half of the James Beard Award-winning author team of Andrew Dornenburg and Karen A. Page, co-authors of the books Becoming a Chef (1995; 2003, 2nd ed.), Culinary Artistry (1996), Dining Out (1998), Chef's Night Out (2001), The New American Chef (2003), What to Drink With What You Eat (2006), The Flavor Bible (2008), and The Food Lover's Guide to Wine (2011).

Andrew Dornenburg married Karen Page in 1990; the couple lives in New York City.

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  • Received Completion Medal for the Montreal International Marathon, 1990.
  • Received the James Beard Foundation Book Award for Best Writing on Food for Becoming a Chef, 1996.
  • Received the Gourmand World Cookbook Award for Dining Out, 1998.
  • Received Completion Medal for the New York City Marathon, 1998.
  • Named Finalist for the International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP) Book Award for Dining Out, 1999.
  • Named Finalist for the James Beard Book Award for Dining Out, 1999.
  • Received Completion Medal for the New York City Marathon, 1999.
  • Received Completion Medal for the Chicago Marathon (3:23:13), 2002.
  • Named Finalist for the International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP) Book Award for The New American Chef, 2004.
  • Named honorary Culinary Ambassador at The Culinary Institute of America, 2006.
  • Received the Georges Duboeuf "Wine Book of the Year" Award for What to Drink with What You Eat, 2006.
  • Received the Gourmand World Cookbook Award for What to Drink with What You Eat, 2006.
  • Received the International Association of Culinary Professionals "Best Book on Wine, Beer or Spirits" Award for What to Drink with What You Eat, 2007.
  • Received the International Association of Culinary Professionals "Book of the Year" Award for What to Drink with What You Eat, 2007.
  • Received the James Beard Book Award for The Flavor Bible, 2009.
  • Received the Nautilus Book Award for The Flavor Bible, 2010.
  • The Flavor Bible named one of "The 10 Best Cookbooks in the World of the last 100 years" by Alex Munipov in Forbes, April 2011.
  • Received the 2011 Gourmand Wine Book Award - USA for The Food Lover's Guide to Wine, December 2011.
  • The Food Lover's Guide to Wine named "The #1 Wine Book of the Year" as chosen by 195 "best of" lists (including those of the Chicago Tribune, Huffington Post, LA Weekly, Minneapolis Star Tribune, San Francisco Chronicle, Vancouver Sun, and Wall Street Journal) compiled by the website Eat Your Books, December 2011.
  • The Food Lover's Guide to Wine named "Best in the World" in its category at the 2011 Gourmand World Cookbook Awards in Paris, March 2012.
  • The Food Lover's Guide to Wine one of three books named a Finalist for the 2012 IACP Book Award in the category of "Wine, Beer or Spirits," 2012.
  • The Food Lover's Guide to Wine one of three books named a Finalist for the 2012 James Beard Book Award in the category of "Reference & Scholarship," 2012.

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