Bruno Cookbook wins Gourmand International Prize

Posted on 02/04/2020

The Bruno series has sold over 3m copies in Germany alone, but the great detective’s cooking is almost as famous as his crime-solving, so it’s no surprise to the second in the series, Bruno’s Garten Kochbuch, scoop the prestigious Gourmand International for Best French Cookbook – just as the original did.

In other Bruno news, the Bruno Fellowship has extended its deadline in light of the corona crisis…

Given the current uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, we have decided to extend the Bruno Fellowship application deadline to 11.59PM EST on Sunday, April 26. We have also postponed the fellowship’s start date by a month, and the fellowship will now begin in late June/early July 2020 dependent on the journalist’s schedule.

The Bruno Fellowship is a nine-month $16,000 reporting grant opportunity for an early to mid-career journalist. The Fellowship will fund one ambitious investigative project culminating in a single story or series of impactful stories, unearthing information that powerful forces do not want to see the light of day. Find out more at Coda Story’s website here.