Tuttle Publishing Cafe Spice Cookbook Giveaway (Closed)

Cafe Spice

Ang Sarap and Tuttle Publishing is giving away 2 books which contains Cafe Spice 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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Terms and Conditions:

There will be one winner of the following recipe book Cafe Spice 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.


16 Responses

  1. suituapui says:

    I love Indian cuisine and would love to get hold of a copy of this “Cafe Spice Cookbook” – just one look at the awesome cover and I’m in love with it already…and other than Indian, I am so into the exotic Thai cuisine as well and that explains why it was not at all difficult for me to make up my mind which book to pick, thank you…fingers crossed:

  2. Chiew Eng Hong says:

    I would like to have Vietnamese Cooking Made Easy with this Cafe Spice Cookbook

  3. I love all these types of cookbooks!! I would buy next the sultans kitchen

  4. Julianne Toft says:

    I love spicy food and would welcome the opportunity to learn to cook it more often.

  5. Ann Mac says:

    Quiet Beauty is a book that appeals immensely – inspiration to make a garden of peace and tranquility, a place to retire to after devouring the beautiful spicy food from Café Spice Cookbook

  6. mjskit says:

    All of these cookbooks look good! Of course as you can guess, Cafe Spice really interests me, but so does The Korean Table. There is a local Korean restaurant that we go to occasionally and I love the dishes and the flavors.

  7. I’d like The Adobo Road Cookbook by Marvin Gapultos because I’m experimenting with adobo now and would like some inspiration.

  8. ROBYN LITTLE says:

    I would choose the Complete Middle East Cookbook as my choice. The Cafe Spice Cookbook looks fantastic too.

  9. Corina says:

    I would love Vietnamese cookbook and all cookbooks

  10. Robin says:

    My first origami set

  11. Dori says:

    The featured book for Indian recipes caught my eye and that’s the one that I would love to win!

  12. Don’t you just love thumbing through cook books with delicious recipes and stunning photos. However, the best cookbooks are the ones that have the sauce stains, grease stains and bookmarks and I think any of cookbooks have this potential. Have a super week.

  13. Sarah Blair says:

    Introduction to Japanese Culture

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