Chinese Cookbook All Under Heaven Giveaway (Closed)

Chinese Cookbook All Under Heaven Giveaway

I’m partnering with Ten Speed Press to giveaway one copy of All Under Heaven – Recipes from the 35 Cuisines of China by Carolyn Phillips.

All Under Heaven is a well researched cookbook that contains 300 authentic Chinese recipes, beautiful illustrations by the author, personal stories of life in Taiwan, and the history of Chinese cuisine. The book focuses on 5 regions in China, introducing the signature recipes of each region.

  1. The North & Manchurian Northwest
  2. The Yangtze River & its Environs
  3. The Coastal Southeast
  4. The Central Highlands
  5. The Arid Lands

It is the first cookbook in English to cover all 35 cuisines of China, and I’d say Carolyn did an amazing job. As a northerner myself, I was so delighted to find many dishes in the book I’ve eaten growing up, written in an authentic way. I’ve tried a few recipes from the book with great success, and shared my cooking experience of scallion pancakes in another post.

Learn how to cook the real-deal scallion pancakes that are light and crispy. Video and step-by-step pictures included.

If you’re into real Chinese food, this is a must-have on your bookshelf. The book contains the bulk of Chinese cooking fundamentals, such as basic sauces, mooncake fillings, pickles, and more. If you’re new to Chinese food, cooking with this book will be a fun and challenging task with rewarding results.

This book piqued my desire to follow the Julie & Julia style – cook every single recipe in the book and blog about it. I believe the outcome of cooking through this book will be no less than graduating from a Chinese culinary school.

All Under Heaven - Recipes from the 35 Cuisines of China by Carolyn Phillips

Giveaway Rules:

  • This giveaway will be open from September 30th and will close on October 12 at 11:59 pm CST.
  • This giveaway is open to everyone.
  • One winner will be selected via Random.org and contacted via email so please include a valid email address in the email address entry box (Your email address won’t appear on the website).
  • The winner is required to respond within 48 hours to claim the prize.

How To Enter:

Required:

Ticket 1: Subscribe to Omnivore’s Cookbook Newsletter and comment on this post.

Bonus Entries:

Ticket 2 : Follow Carolyn Phillips on Instagram and comment on this post.

Ticket 3: Follow Omnivore’s Cookbook Instagram and comment on this post.

You will have a total of three tickets for a chance to win this amazing prize.

And the winner is:

Christine! Congratulations for winning the giveaway 🙂

Chinese Cookbook All Under Heaven Giveaway Winner

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74 thoughts on “Chinese Cookbook All Under Heaven Giveaway (Closed)

  1. Kris Tanglegirl

    Very exciting! My Italian granny was surprisingly good at cooking Chinese foods, but didn’t teach me. I’d love to have the cookbook to learn! (She did teach me some Italian cooking.) Thank you for the giveaway!

  2. Kathleen Kelly

    I have cooked and baked now for over 35 years and I have never had a Chinese cookbook so this one piques my interest as hubby and I both love Chinese food. Thank you for the opportunity. I have been subscribed to Omnivore’s Cookbook Newsletter for awhile and I follow on Instagram. I followed Carolyn Phillips on Instagram!

  3. Bonnie Wideman

    I raise sheep and lamb is pretty much the only meat we eat so I am excited about your lamb burger recipe. I get your newsletter and really like your recipes, but I don’t do instagram, so I guess I don’t get a chance on this interesting cookbook. Thanks though.

  4. Bam's Kitchen

    What a beautiful treasure. I can’t wait to read this cookbook. Not a lot of the traditional Chinese cookbooks are in English. Is this one written in both languages? Following both of you along on instagram.

    1. Maggie Post author

      This book is written in English, so yes, you can enjoy reading the recipes as well! I believe you’ll love it Bobbi 🙂

  5. Christine

    There’s so much to discover when it comes to Chinese food. I hope to get a chance to explore it when I travel to China someday soon. For now, I’m happy to take the adventures into my kitchen. This book would be a great companion for that!

  6. Kimi Wei

    That cookbook looks fabulous! And your scallion pancake recipe that’s based on a recipe from the book – wow! I can’t wait to try it.

  7. Margo Haynes

    I love Chinese cuisine and am really enjoying the one you gave out….the one you’re giving away looks fantastic! would love to win it..do you notify the winner by email?

  8. Monique

    Reinstalled Instagram especially for this (moniquer1971)! I’d love to have this cookbook! Since we went to Hong Kong last year we are very interested in real Chinese cooking. Unfortunately, in the Netherlands there are not many Chinese cookbooks.

  9. Riah

    Subscribed a couple of weeks ago and am in love with your recipes! The history behind a culture’s cooking is always fascinating, this cookbook sounds amazing!

  10. June Dickinson

    I’ve been receiving your newsletter for several months. I really enjoy knowing that the recipes are truly authentic, unlike the supermarket “Chinese” food I find today. Many years ago I had the wonderful experience of living with a Chinese family in one of the larger “Chinatowns” in a large American city. I had wonderful food, unlike any I’ve found since. Reading your blog and recipes brings back wonderful memories. This book would be very much appreciated- by me and by my family.

  11. Scarlett Pflugrad

    I already am an email receiver. Would like to add this cookbook to my oriental collection.

  12. Sharon Shumway

    I love your newnewsletter. I’m subscribed an follow you and Carolyn on Instagram. I love Asian cooking

  13. Marcela Stevie

    I’m really love your website!! I have subscribed and followed both instagram. I hope can win the cookbook..^^

  14. Taia

    So pleased you love this book Maggie – I have been waiting for it to come out! Look forward to watching you blog the whole book. 🙂

  15. Camille

    Hi, thanks for this giveaway! I am subscribed to your newsletter and I have my fingers crossed!

  16. John

    Love this site, looking forward to exciting challenges, great workarounds and exposure to 35 cuisines most of which untapped and intriguing

  17. Leah Thompson

    I went to China 20 years ago and really enjoyed the food. I would love, love, love to win this amazing cookbook. I already subscribed to your newsletter awhile ago and just followed both instagram accounts.

  18. Kate Forrester

    Having lived in China, I often miss the food. I’ve tried to recreate some recipes but it would be a huge help to have a book with the basics.

  19. Andres "ANDY" Negron

    This cookbook looks and sounds like the cream of the crop in Chinese Cuisine!!!. I just started getting back in the game with Chinese cooking. Made Cantonese style Wonton Noodle soup and it was a big hit with my family!

    I used 2 types of Bok Choy, Roast Pork, Shrimp wonton, Egg noodle, scallions (I think they were Garlic Chives), and amazing broth! Hoping to win this book. I will still purchase if not. GOOD LUCK ALL!

    1. Maggie Post author

      So glad to hear you made the wonton noodle soup and enjoyed it! It takes some time but totally worth the effort isn’t it?
      Good luck Andres! You’d love this cookbook 🙂

  20. Claire B

    I’ve subscribed to your newsletter for… Probably months now, I always love getting it in my inbox! Your blog has been a fantastic education in authentic Chinese cooking and I’d love to continue that with this cookbook! Thanks so much for the giveaway 🙂

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