The Washington Post’s food coverage has been recognized with two awards from the International Association of Culinary Professionals at its 42nd annual conference.

Voraciously, The Post’s destination for novice cooks, was awarded best culinary recipe website for the second time. Voraciously is edited by Matt Brooks, Ann Maloney and Joe Yonan, with lead writing by Becky Krystal, art direction by Amanda Soto and photo editing by Jennifer Beeson Gregory.

Food video host Mary Beth Albright won for best corporate online video series for “Secret Table”, which provides a behind-the-scenes look at restaurants across the country.

In addition, restaurant critic Tom Sietsema was a finalist for best restaurant criticism, and the Food team was a finalist for newspaper section of the year.

The International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP) recognizes those who excel in digital media, food photography, style and more.