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Cookbook Award
Mcllhenny Hall of Fame Award
FRP Junior League Award
IACP Cookbook Award
James Beard Foundation
Cookbook Awards
PMA Benjamin Franklin Awards
Writer's Digest National Self Published Book Awards
Addy Award™
ForeWord Magazine
Cookbook Awards
Independent Book Publishers Awards
The Eric Hoffer Award
USA Book News Award
National "Indie Excellence" Book Awards
“And the winner is …” these are probably four of the most exciting words in the English language when it comes to a high level of intensity, excitement, anticipation, and exhilaration when your name is called out to join the presenter on stage for recognition of an achievement. This is the case in the world of book publishing and recognition of good works.

An award, or selection as a finalist, provides any book with an endorsement of credibility that can be used in future marketing materials. Many Favorite Recipes Press clients have been successful over the years through recognition on both regional and national levels for their book thus resulting in additional sales and added media coverage and exposure. They've also enjoyed increased publicity and name recognition in the marketplace. We encourage all Favorite Recipes Press publishers to enter the various award contests on all levels – local, regional, and national.

“The credit belongs to those people who are actually in the arena…who know the great enthusiasms, the great devotions to a worthy cause; who at best, know the triumph of high achievement; and who, at worst, fail while daring greatly so that their place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who know neither victory nor defeat.”

~ Theodore Roosevelt

"… award stickers help to convince buyers to purchase. I've seen this happen with librarians -- when faced with two competing titles and a limited acquisition budget, the librarians will take the one that won an award, any award, over the title that doesn't have an award to its credit. I'm confident that this same phenomena works for bookstore patrons browsing the shelves as well."

- Jim Cox, Midwest Book Review

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