Bestseller and Winner of 9 International Awards
Amalia’s Guatemalan Kitchen is in its second print. Since the book was launched, it has been a bestseller on Amazon and has had a 5-star rating. The book is available for purchase here, as well as on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and at Sophos in Guatemala City. We appreciate the recognition it has received internationally. A second book is in the works!
ABOUT THE COOKBOOK
Enjoy fresh, simple, and authentic Guatemalan cuisine—right from your own kitchen!
Amalia Moreno-Damgaard, a Guatemalan-American chef classically educated in the French culinary tradition, shares 170 of her favorite Guatemalan recipes for every occasion in her first cookbook aimed at home cooks. These healthy, quick, and easy gourmet dishes provide the perfect way to explore a fascinating culture that dates back to the ancient Mayan civilization. Amalia’s delicious, zesty recipes come alive with step-by-step instructions, helpful techniques and hints, personal stories, exciting suggestions for recipe variations, vegetarian and gluten-free options, and cultural insights behind the cuisine. Whether you’re a chef expanding your repertoire, a Guatemalan embracing your roots, or a food lover who just enjoys a unique and delicious meal, Amalia’s Guatemalan Kitchen will make your heart and taste buds dance!
• Winner Best Foreign Cuisine Book USA-Gourmand World Cookbook Awards 2014, Madrid, Spain
• Winner Best Cookbook-International Latino Book Awards 2014, Las Vegas, NV
• Gold Medal Winner-Cookbooks-Independent Publisher Book Awards 2013, New York, NY
• Winner (first prize)-Cookbooks-National Indie Excellence Awards 2013, Beverly Hills, CA
• Winner (first prize)-Cookbooks-Next Generation Indie Book Awards 2013, New York, NY
• Winner (first prize)-Cookbooks-Los Angeles Book Festival 2013, Los Angeles, CA
• Winner (fist prize)-Cookbooks-The Great Midwest Book Festival 2013, Chicago, IL
• Winner (first prize) Best Cookbook, Midwest Independent Publishers Association 2014, Minneapolis, MN
• Winner (first prize) Best First Book, Midwest Independent Publishers Association 2014, Minneapolis, MN