At last week’s Paris Cookbook Fair, the annual Gourmand Awards feted cookbooks from around the world. The awards cover a vast array of categories, from books by chefs to first books to photography and design. Among the winners were the Japanese cookbook Gion Sasaki, Hiroshi Sasaki by Mami Nagasue (Nagasue Books), which won a best chef cookbook award, and Pippa’s Festa by Pippa Matei of Malta (Miranda), which won an entertaining award. Modernist Cuisine by Nathan Myhrvold, Chris Young, and Maxime Bilet--which will be released March 13--was inducted into Gourmand's Hall of Fame. And, we’re proud to note, Cooking the Books took home the award for best book trade magazine, a prize that has gone to France’s Livres Hebdo and Germany’s Buchreport in years past. A full list of winners is available on the Fair's website.