Competitions for Children and Young People
Write It 2015 Winner
Sixteen-year-old, Thomas Moore, has fought off stiff competition to win this year’s prestigious Guild of Food Writer’s Write It competition.
Thomas’s truly humbling and intensely moving piece entitled ‘Eating in KwaMahsu
’ centres on his time as a 10-year-old living in South Africa and his street friend, Tulani.
The judges, Karen Barnes, editor of delicious. magazine; Nicola Graimes cookery author and editor; and award-winning author and journalist, Tim Hayward, voted unanimously for Thomas and were impressed with his stunning writing skills and emotive storyline.
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2015 Awards Winners
The winners of the Guild of Food Writers 2015 Awards, sponsored by Scotch Beef PGI, were announced on Tuesday 9 June at a reception held in Opera Holland Park.
The Awards, judged by Guild members, celebrate excellence in the field of food writing and broadcasting.
The Awards ceremony was compered by Bill Buckley and the awards were presented by the Guild’s President Xanthe Clay.
The top accolade, the Lifetime Achievement Award, went to Rick Stein OBE.
Rick Stein OBE
Full details of the winners and sponsors are set out here
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