With Mother’s Day coming up, I’ve partnered with a good friend of mine Elizabeth Ann to give away her new signed copies of ‘My Mother’s Philippine Recipes‘ cookbook and hand-drawn tote bags to two lucky winners!
I’ve known Betty Ann since the early days of my blogging and we finally had a chance to meet at International Association of Culinary Professionals Conference in New York back in February. I was so happy to hear that she now has a second cookbook that is a tribute to her mother. In My Mother’s Philippine Recipes, Elizabeth Ann shares her mother’s special recipes from her childhood home in Tarlac, cooked with produce harvested from their backyard and farms, expertly grown by her father.
You’ve probably known that Filipino food is getting all the spotlight this year as the top trending ethnic cuisine of 2018. The unique mix of Spanish, Chinese, Mexican, Southeast Asian and American influences on Filipino food is what makes it special. If you have a deep craving for the cuisine, you would want to get a copy of My Mother’s Philippine Recipes’ for yourself and a copy for your mom too.
What You’ll Love About ‘My Mother’s Philippine Recipes’ Cookbook
With over a hundred pages, the cookbook features 30 selected recipes with full-color photographs and firsthand commentary from friends and family to demystify the notion that mom’s cooking is an impossible feat. It is perfect for the novice who wants to learn how to cook favorite Filipino dishes or for the culinary pro looking for traditional inspiration.
Here are just some family favorites in this cookbook:
Sinigang na Baka with Lemongrass
- Tokwa’t Lechon
- Pancit Palabok
- Street-style Fish Balls
- Carne Asado Kapampangan
- Crispy Pata, Pork Barbecue
- Spanish Cocido
- Lechon Manok
- Mango Tempura
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Elizabeth Ann Besa-Quirino, born and raised in the Philippines, of the popular blog Asian In America, is a journalist, author, recipe developer, blogger and artist based in New Jersey. She is a member of the International Association of Culinary Professionals and the Association of Culinary Historians of the Philippines. Elizabeth Ann travels often to the Philippines and Asia in search of recipes and stories of culture and personalities.
Her books are also available in paperback and Kindle format on Amazon.com.
GIVEAWAY RULES: I’ve partnered with a good friend of mine Elizabeth Ann to give away her new signed copies of ‘My Mother’s Philippine Recipes‘ cookbook and hand-drawn tote bags to two lucky winners! Please Note: Your email for the comment entry has to match with your email address in my Email Newsletter Subscription mailing list. This giveaway contest closes on Sunday, May 13, at 12 p.m. PST and is open to US residents only. Two (2) winners will be selected via Random.org and contacted via email, so please include a valid email address in the email address entry box (please double check your spelling!). The winners are required to respond within 48 hours to claim the prize.
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Full disclosure: This giveaway is sponsored by Elizabeth Ann Besa-Quirino.
Thank you for participating this giveaway! The winners are….
Congratulations Thelma (#71) and Mary (#30)! I’ll email you shortly. 🙂