Tuttle Publishing Little Vietnam Giveaway (Closed)

Little Vietnam

Ang Sarap and Tuttle Publishing is giving away 3 books which contains Little Vietnam plus your choice of 2 books (worth US$20.00 and below) from the Tuttle Publishing range. Competition is open for 2 weeks and we accept entries worldwide, just fill in your details below to join.

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Terms and Conditions:

  1. There will be one winner the following recipe book Little Vietnam plus your choice of 2 books from Tuttle Publishing worth US$20.00 and below.
  2. Entries are open worldwide.
  3. If you are the winner we will be contacting you via email.
  4. The prize of 2 books will be determined from the blog post comment you entered. You will need to choose 2 books under US$ 20.00 from the Tuttle Publishing range and let us know by leaving a comment below.
  5. Prizes will be shipped by the Promoter to your preferred address.


34 Responses

  1. Cool! What a fantastic giveaway. My travels through Asia recently totally inspired a major cooking buzz in my kitchen, I have even started writing weekly dinner menus, that includes lots of noodles and soups. I am always on the hunt for more amazing recipes. Thanks for the opportunity, Raymund. Have a happy week. Cheers, Anna

  2. Rebekah says:

    Happy I stumbled upon your blog one day – nice to see a quality local food blog (especially the restaurant reviews) and I’m learning a lot about Filipino food!! Next I’ll finally have to bite the bullet and attempt to cook something… thanks for the competitions too 🙂

  3. Antonia says:

    All the cookbooks seem amazing, but I’d really love the ‘An Edible Mosaic’ one…Or any Thai food one, actually. I couldn’t decidE1

  4. Hannah Rhiew says:

    So many good books to choose from but my two choices would Everyday Thai Cooking and Basic Black. We live in the south and don’t have many Thai restaurants in our area. A good Thai cooking book would be wonderful.

  5. Kudos to Sir Raymund for Ang Sarap and this giveaway! I have done many of your recipes for baon, dinners, and holiday dishes, and they all taste so good!

    Along with Little Vietnam, my choices are Zen In Your Garden by Jenny Hendy (http://www.tuttlepublishing.com/books-by-country/zen-in-your-garden-hardcover-with-jacket) for my mom, and the Tuttle Compact Japanese Dictionary 2nd Edition (http://www.tuttlepublishing.com/language-books/japanese/dictionaries/tuttle-compact-japanese-dictionary-2nd-edition) because I’m studying Nihongo now.

    Thumbs up for this blog! >_<

  6. Just came back from visit ti Hanoi, great place and best food ever. would like to
    participate in your give away. I follow Ang Sarap on ALL their updates.

  7. kiwidutch says:

    Thank You….What a fabulous idea !

    Even though I was sorely tempted by many of the Asian cookbooks I had to reign in my enthusiasm because I already have a stack of various Asian country cookbooks on my shelf here at home.

    There was one book that really, really,really stood out and that was:

    The Ultimate Guide to Sugarcraft
    The International School of Sugarcraft
    by Janice Murfitt, Ann Baber, John Bradshaw, Anne Smith

    Because I can produce a cake, but have never mastered the art of decorating them well. Now my son and daughter want to get more seriously involved in decorating their own cakes and ones we bake for friends birthday parties so the lessons provided in this book would be a masterclass that would teach us all.

    I fully realise it’s over the budget allowed but would be more than willing to pay the difference should I be lucky enough to win.

    Whoever wins I wish all of the entrants the very best of luck, there are some fabulous books on this website!


  8. Sushma says:

    I book that grabbed my attention was Japanese Homestyle Cooking. Also I would love to try recipes from The Food of Singapore, I was in Singapore last year and loved the food there.

  9. Tara says:

    In addition to Little Vietnam, I would love to have Asian Tapas and Balinese Food

  10. I love Vietnamese food too. Great giveaway. I’d choose the Steamy Kitchen cookbook.

  11. Debbie Snell says:

    Asian cooking made easy and chinese cooking made easy would be my picks. 🙂

  12. Josh Dean says:

    i would love Asian Tapas and an edible mosaic

  13. Carly says:

    Ooh, I love the look of A History of Japanese art, and Asian Bar and Restaurant Design

  14. I would choose Mah Jhongg and Cupcake Envy.

  15. Cecilia Sharp says:

    Thank you for this blog. I have lived in and visited several Asian cities over the past 15 years — Beijing, Shanghai, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Jakarta, Hong Kong — but have yet to visit Vietnam. In every city, I explore the markets, try out the street food and popular restaurants and have made many friends there who have taught me how to cook their native dishes. Now that I back in the USA for good, I relive those pleasant times by cooking the dishes I learned and tasted. I wish I wrote them down as my memory sometimes fails me. I rely heavily on your blog to cook the dishes properly! I also love your Filipino dishes as I am Filipino and sometimes homesick for food I grew up with. More power to you!

  16. Ruthe says:

    So many to choose from. To mix it up a bit I think I would choose 22 Walks in Bangkok and The Sultan’s Kitchen.

  17. Jc Loh says:

    (1) The Sushi Lover’s Cookbook
    (2) Your Guide to Health with Foods & Herbs

  18. 1 Essential Arabic (Speak Arabic with Confidence! (Self-Study Guide and Arabic Phrasebook)

    2 Folding Paper
    The Infinite Possibilities of Origami (Tuttle Origami Books)

  19. nicolthepickle says:

    I would choose Authentic Recipes from China and BAKE the Essential companion.

  20. andrea amy says:

    Fondue and Asian Cooking Made Easy 🙂

  21. Chaitali Das says:

    I will choose Authentic Recipes from Vietnam and Authentic Recipes from Morocco

  22. Surso S. says:

    i would pick Voodoo Maggie’s Adorable Amigurumi and Origami Bonsai

  23. KellyPC says:

    50 Easy Party Cakes & Authentic Recipes from Jamaica.

  24. Tina says:

    Healthy Indian Vegetarian Cooking and Olive Oil

  25. Wehaf says:

    I would love to have Tales from 5000 years of Chinese History, volumes I and II.

  26. Toni Tierney says:

    I have never been able to go to Viet Nam, but I have found the food to be surprisingly good! I love noodles to begin with and all the extras in the recipes are a real plus!

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