Tuttle Publishing Singapore Cooking Giveaway (Closed)

Singapore Cooking

Ang Sarap and Tuttle Publishing is giving away 3 books which contains Singapore Cooking 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 Singapore Cooking 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.


31 Responses

  1. Wonderful give away, really love all kind of Asias cookikg.

  2. nicolthepickle says:

    I would love Chinese cooking made easy and Bake by Allison Thompson.

  3. Stanford Chiou says:

    If I were to choose two other books from Tuttle’s catalog, they would be ‘Adobo Road’ and ‘Filipino Martial Culture’.

  4. Antonia says:

    I would love to have “The Food of India” and “Tapas”!

  5. Naomi Weaver says:

    I would love The complete book of Asian Stir-Fries and The complete book of Middle East cookbook

  6. suituapui says:

    Just hopped over to Terry’s website – the guys are peranakans, babas (the ladies are called nyonyas) and the are known for their awesome cuisine. I love nyonya dishes, a cut above the rest.

    I’ve my eyes on this one:
    Wanna get to know some Filipino delights…and also this one…

  7. Since spending a week in Singapore, I’ve been obsessed with all South East Asian cuisine. Awesome giveaway. :)

  8. Great range of books, wonderful giveaway.

  9. Esther says:

    I would love 30 minute Asian Meals and Silk Road Vegetarian

  10. Caitlin Lester says:

    Oh how glorious! I would love, more than sea shells and coloured birds, to win this prize! The books I would chose are “a capitalist in North Korea” and “play american mah jongg kit.”

  11. Bobroberts says:

    I loved being in Singapore so to win this would be a great reminder.

  12. I would love to get my hands on these 2 books: “Jet Black and the Ninja Wind” and “In Real Life”!

  13. Lesley says:

    Zen in your garden and 50 easy party cakes

  14. I would choose Steamy Kitchen Cookbook and My Japanese Table.

  15. Annamarie Dobson says:

    I would love any of the cookbooks xx

  16. rachel henley says:

    I would chose My Japanese Table and and my Indian Kitchen

  17. jlaceda says:

    Please pick me! I collect cookbooks, and this will be a big win for me!

  18. It’s always good to visit Ang Sarap! The two books I would choose, along with Singapore Cooking, are the Tuttle Compact Dictionary (http://www.tuttlepublishing.com/language-books/japanese/dictionaries/tuttle-compact-japanese-dictionary-2nd-edition) and My Japanese Table (http://www.tuttlepublishing.com/books-by-country/my-japanese-table-hardcover-with-jacket) <3

  19. Jennifer Jack says:

    I’d love to win The Filipino Cookbook and Filipino Homestyle Dishes for my mum :) …

  20. SnoopyA says:

    Singapore Cuisine sounds so interesting. Wanna know more!

  21. Francine Tan Labay says:

    i would love to have Happy Homemade: Sew Chic Kids and Tuttle Chinese for Kids Flash Cards Kit Vol 1 Simplified Character. Thank You!

  22. Jeffrey J. Riviera says:

    Being a chef ,I am always looking for ways to challenge and expand my culinary knowledge.I have always been interested in Asian cuisine. Having a sister living in Beijing i have been searching for “authentic” cookbooks and how to understand and use the many,many unique ingredients from produce to bases.Thank you for your consideration, I look forward to hearing from you.

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