Tuttle Publishing Nong’s Thai Kitchen Giveaway (Closed)

Nongs Thai Kitchen

Ang Sarap and Tuttle Publishing is giving away 2 books which contains Nong’s Thai Kitchen plus your choice of a book (worth US$25.00 and below) from the Tuttle Publishing range. Competition is open for 2 weeks and we accept entries worldwide, all you need to do is fill in your details below and tell us what book you like by commenting below.

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There will be one winner of the following recipe book Nong’s Thai Kitchen plus your choice of a book from Tuttle Publishing worth US$25.00 and below.
Entries are open worldwide.
If you are the winner we will be contacting you via email.
For the winner the choice of your book will be determined from the comment you entered below. You will need to choose one book under US$ 25.00 from the Tuttle Publishing range and let us know by leaving a comment below.
Entries will be drawn using Rafflecopter, so fill up the form above.
Prizes will be shipped by the Promoter to your preferred address.


17 Responses

  1. I would love A Treasury of Japanese Folktales or an Origami book 🙂

  2. Anita Erceg says:

    The book i would love to receive is My Indian Kitchen, as my family have a particular love for Indian cooking.

  3. Chiew Eng Hong says:

    The Sultan’s Kitchen

  4. jan says:

    The book I would like to get is Easy Chinese Recipes!

  5. Grace Ji says:

    I would love to win The Water Margin. Ancient Chinese literature is pretty fascinating.

  6. DJ says:

    I would love to have the Chinese Knotting book.

  7. I’m a fan of quick dinners so The Complete Book of Asian Stir-Fries by Vicki Liley is my choice!

  8. Tara says:

    So many great books to choose from! I would probably choose Easy Chinese Recipes

  9. Matthew Toft says:

    I am interested in books on south east Asian cuisine in specific so any Tuttle book like this would be great.

  10. ROBYN LITTLE says:

    I would love The Sultan’s Kitchen

  11. mickmcneil says:

    Middle eastern food sounds good. An Edible Mosaic would be my choice.

  12. Anne says:

    I would love to have Debra Samuels My Japanese Table

  13. 2 years ago no one can ever let me eat spicy food but when i went abroad to work, i met alot of Thai. I became one of their friends and started to go out with them to eat. At first i didn’t like the food because it was really spicy. But as time goes by i didn’t realized that i’m craving for it until i asked my Thai friends to teach me how to cook their cuisine in exchange of me teaching them how to bake a cake. I would like to learn more that’s why im choosing Contemporary Wedding Cakes.

  14. Nalda says:

    Nong’s Thai Kitchen, just love the flavours

  15. rugbyroundtabel says:

    I would like a children’s book on learning Chinese

  16. Lesley McIntosh says:

    The Sultans kitchen would be great

  17. Dave says:

    I would also love to win the Cambodian Cookbook to support its great cause and cook some new cuisine!

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