Awards & Winners

Charlotte Turgeon

Date of Birth 21-June-1912
Place of Birth Marblehead
(Essex County, Massachusetts, United States of America)
Nationality United States of America
Also know as Charlotte Snyder Turgeon
Profession Writer, Chef
Charlotte Snyder Turgeon was an American chef and author. She translated and edited the first English-language version of the Larousse Gastronomique. Turgeon was a graduate of Smith College and classmate of fellow French chef Julia Child. Her notable works include: Creative International Cookbook ISBN 0-517-34921-3 Creative Cooking Course ISBN 0-517-17250-X The Encyclopedia of Creative Cooking ISBN 0-517-30972-6 The Tante Marie's Cooking School Cookbook ISBN 0-7432-1491-9

Awards by Charlotte Turgeon

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Special Edgars Award
Honored for : Murder on the Menu