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Food Arts Silver Spoon Award to Gerry Dawes

 Premio Nacional de Gastronomía - - James Beard Foundation Nomination (Best Wine Writing)
Premio Periodistíco Cava

Gerry Dawes's Article Medieval Riches of El Cid's City (About Burgos, Spain)
Front Page, The New York Times Sunday Travel Section

 About Blog Author Gerry Dawes, Premio Nacional de Gastronomía (National Gastronomy Award)


Café de Chinitas, One of Madrid's Best Classic Tablaos Flamencos

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Victoria Duende, one of the stars at Madrid's Café de Chinitas, also danced at Corral de la Morería in Madrid. 
Victoria Duende was born in el barrio de la Macarena in Sevilla and 
began to study dance at age 3 under the great Matilde Coral. 
Photo by Gerry Dawes copyright 2013 / / Facebook / Twitter. 

Diego Llori Trujillo (, world-renowned dancer, 
during his stylized flamenco dance performance at Madrid's Café de Chinitas. 
Photo by Gerry Dawes copyright 2013 / / Facebook / Twitter.

Flamenco performance by Verónica Naranjo at Madrid's Cafe de Chinitas. 
Photo by Gerry Dawes copyright 2013 / / Facebook / Twitter. 

Slide show of the performances at Madrid's Café de Chinitas (double click to enlarge).


About Gerry Dawes  

Gerry Dawes writes, publishes his photographs and speaks frequently on Spanish wine and gastronomy and leads gastronomy, wine and cultural tours to Spain.  He was awarded Spain's prestigious Premio Nacional de Gastronomía (National Gastronomy Award) in 2003.

In December, 2009, Dawes received the Food Arts Silver Spoon Award in a tribute written by José Andrés, The James Beard Outstanding Chef in 2013.

Dawes was a finalist for the 2001 James Beard Foundation's Journalism Award for Best Magazine Writing on Wine, won The Cava Institute's First Prize for Journalism for his article on cava in 2004, was awarded the CineGourLand “Cinéfilos y Gourmets” (Cinephiles & Gourmets) prize in 2009 in Getxo (Vizcaya) and received the 2009 Association of Food Journalists Second Prize for Best Food Feature in a Magazine for his Food Arts article, a retrospective piece about Catalan star chef, Ferran Adrià. 

". . .That we were the first to introduce American readers to Ferran Adrià in 1997 and have ever since continued to bring you a blow-by-blow narrative of Spain's riveting ferment is chiefly due to our Spanish correspondent, Gerry "Mr. Spain" Dawes, the messianic wine and food journalist raised in Southern Illinois and possessor of a self-accumulated doctorate in the Spanish table. Gerry once again brings us up to the very minute. . ." - - Michael & Ariane Batterberry, Editor-in-Chief/Publisher and Founding Editor/Publisher, Food Arts, October 2009. 

Mr. Dawes is currently working on a reality television series 
on wine, gastronomy, culture and travel in Spain.

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