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[Closed] Indonesian Street Snacks – Sweet and Savory Treats Cookbook Giveaway

This moment of time, I’d like to giveaway a small cookbook, Indonesia Street Snacks – Sweet and Savory Treats. This book was written by Yasaboga Group, a trusted writers group name for an authentic Indonesian cookbook. Most my snack recipes are adapted from 2 other different Yasaboga books.

For those who new to Indonesian cooking don’t worry, the recipes on that book are designed for home cooks. It also contains pictures for individual recipe. The book has been translated into English, so no worry for you who don’t speak Indonesian.

The cookbook giveaway is open for worldwide.

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Win an Indonesian Street Snacks Cookbook giveaway by @IndonesiaEats #indonesianfood_indonesiaeats Enter here: http://bit.ly/v0jpGz

The Giveaway will end on 31th December 11:59pm EST and results will be announced on 1st January 2012. Good luck!

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55 thoughts on “[Closed] Indonesian Street Snacks – Sweet and Savory Treats Cookbook Giveaway”

  1. Love your new website, I enjoyed it so much, it’s my new obsession with Asian food, especially Indonesian. I am an Indonesian live in Texas, Us been here for 15 yrs. I miss lots of yummy food I used to eat, your recipes are fabulous, I am looking for Bika Ambon recipe, after all I am from Medan, which is famous for the bika ambon, love to learn how to fix it. Thanks again for the great work you’ve done, KEEP IT UP. Thanks again Pepy.

  2. Thanks for this opportunity! My parents are from Indonesia & love these treats. Hopefully I’ll be able to make it for them! Just wondering, is this book available to purchase anywhere?

  3. Went to some parts of beautiful Indonesia and the scenery and food are to die for, would love this book to replicate my love for indonesian snacks for the family.

  4. Hi:

    I would love this cookbook. My mom’s family is from Suriname where there is a large Indonesian community. One of my aunt’s married one, so I have a bunch of cousins of 1/2 Indonesian decent and I love all the delicious food whenever I visit or they come and visit me here in NY. I always ask them to cook for me. I know how to make a lot of savory dishes like Nasi or Bami Goreng and Satay, but would love to be able to learn how to do Indonesian sweets.

    Thanks

  5. Mbak Peppy, thanks for giving me the opportunity for following your event, I’m absolutely agree with people who said this book must have in the kitchen. Yes, I’d love to have one for myself too. I’ll always dreaming that I’m the winner and bring this book to my kitchen everyday 🙂 LOL. I’ve already like your facebook page. Can’t tweet you coz i don’t have any tweeter account. I thought this book is one of indonesian heritage to preserve our traditional snack 🙂 Really really loved and wanted to have this book!

  6. Mbak Peppy, Terima kasih untuk kesempatan memenangkan buku keren ini. Berharap bisa mendapatkannya agar dapat mencoba setiap resepnya berdua dengan my little princess MJ 🙂
    sangat suka snack tradisional indonesia dan berharap memiliki 1 buah dirumah …

  7. I don’t know a lot about Indonesian foods, but would love to learn more. I have a couple of cookbooks of street food from other parts of the world and find the recipes and stories about the foods fascinating.

  8. I’ve just discovered your site and love it! I spent a month in Bali last may and had a blast tasting new food and taking three different cooking classes! I just liked Indonesia Eats on facebook and copied your link on twitter! 🙂

  9. One of my best friends is Indonesian and when I go to her house I always want to eat her mom’s cooking. It’s amazing! 🙂

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  11. The street food cookbook would be great. One of my best friends is Indonesian and he feels home sick for food because there are no Indonesian restaurants in Toronto (??). I would love to surprise him and make some of his favourites. I’ve made some dishes from your site already and he was thrilled. Thanks!

  12. I am a follower and liker on Twitter and Facebook already, and just tweeted the giveaway message. Looking forward to it! Thanks do much!

  13. This book looks deliciously good! I would love to learn how to make these special Indonesian treats.. so plz let me enter this contest and me happy!

    Happy festive season wishes to you all!

    San

  14. I want that book really badly!!!
    You know I’ve been following you on twitter, and liked your Facebook page for ages. I wish I could be your neighbour too! Err,do I sound like a freak? Suddenly I remember Single White Female movie.

    Okay,focus.

    Oh pepy please please,pretty please…

    Kathy of Bandung,Indonesia

  15. Pleassseee… pleaaaseee pleaaaseeee.. send the book to me.
    I crossed all my fingers and toes, I will do good in 2012, I won’t cook sambal terasi with the window wide open from my kitchen, i won’t tell the chef on the office’s canteen that they should have Indonesian Satay instead of the “how dare they called this” satay, I will try harder to convince my friend that nasi goreng is better with kecap, not the mixed of light soya sauce and brown sugar… I will…uh..uh.. you’re not Santa??? But i sent a letter to Santa for THAT book?!!

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  17. I LOVE Indonesian foods. My pantry has more oriental ingredients than American. To visit Indonesia is on my bucket list. I would love to have this cookbook…..thank you for the chance……

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