Giveaway: The Japanese Larder by Luiz Hara

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Read my review of The Japanese Larder by Luiz Hara, published Jacqui Small (Quarto Books), and available on Amazon.

Enter our giveaway below to win your own copy!

Book Jacket for The Japanese Larder: Bringing Japanese Ingredients into Your Everyday Cooking by Luiz Hara

GIVEAWAY

We have three copies of Luiz Hara’s The Japanese Larder to giveaway to readers of Kavey Eats. The prizes include delivery to a UK address.

HOW TO ENTER

Leave a comment below, telling me why you’d love to win a copy of the The Japanese Larder.

RULES, TERMS & CONDITIONS

  • The deadline for entries is midnight GMT Sunday 18 November 2018.
  • The three winners will be selected from all valid entries using a random number generator.
  • Entry instructions form part of the terms and conditions.
  • Where prizes are to be provided by a third party, Kavey Eats accepts no responsibility for the acts or defaults of that third party.
  • Each prize is a copy of The Japanese Larder by Luiz Hara published by Jacqui Small (Quarto Books). Delivery to a UK address is included.
  • The prizes are offered by Jacqui Small and cannot be redeemed for a cash value.
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  • If no response is received from a winner within 10 days of notification, the prize will be forfeit and a new winner will be picked and contacted.

Kavey Eats received a review copy of The Japanese Larder by Luiz Hara. Published by Jacqui Small (Quarto Books), RRP £26. 

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87 Comments to "Giveaway: The Japanese Larder by Luiz Hara"

  1. Maxine G

    Though I love sushi and salads, I’m not so confident with other Japanese dishes, so this would be a great excuse to try and etend my repertoire

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  2. Virginia

    I have Luiz Hara’s previous book checked out from my library. This book looks to be more comprehensive and equally creative. Thank you for bringing it to our attention.

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  3. Andrea Upton

    I love trying out recipes from different cusines so would be very interested in this book. I think Japanese food is also quite healthy so would good to have some more healthy recipes too.

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  4. Caroline Hooper

    I would love to win as my partner just loves Japanese food so this would be a dream!

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  5. Cheron

    We all love cooking in our home and would love to try these healthy and interesting recipes from Japan x

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  6. AnnaS

    Very interesting.Would love to try to cook some Japanese food but no idea where to start. Great giveaway.

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  7. Natasha Gandy

    I would love to try cooking some Japanese food because we love it but nowhere neaer brave enough to give it a go at home!

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  8. Jessica

    I love eating in japanese restaurants but have never attempted to make anything at home.

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  9. Lesley Trevis

    I have no idea in preparing Japanese food but love eating it. This would be so fab xx

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  10. Sam Stevens

    I have just recently discovered Japanese food and am interested to explore further and this book looks as though it would help!

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  11. Jo Fowler

    I’d love to win this for my son who is a chef and always looking to expand his horizons and knowledge (and he loves sushi….)

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  12. Carolyn Ellston

    I’d like to get beyond the sushi, teppanyaki and miso soup which appears on every Japanese menu and in supermarkets in varying quality,

    I’d like to know what else to use miso pastes for – and the differences between the pastes for example. Really, I’d like to know what a Japanese larder has in it and what to make with it – typical everyday meals.

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  13. Christine Sunter

    I’d like to win this in order to gift it to someone special who is very adventurous in their cooking but I’ve never experienced anything Japanese cooked by them!

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  14. David Greenhalgh

    my wife is asian and loves to prepare asian foods so this would be great to give her some new ideas.

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  15. Cathy Serra

    I think Japanese food is my favourite from the whole world , I should learn to cook it myself. 🙂

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  16. Dawn Rowley-White

    I’d like to try Japanese food as it’s so much healthier than ‘Western’ food.

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  17. Emma Wilkie

    I love sushi there is so much Japanese food I’d love to try but wouldn’t know where to start this would make a fab addition to my kitchen

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  18. pete c

    having been to Japan just the once, had little opportunity to try much of their food but it always looks so inviting and healthy

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  19. Elizabeth Smith

    I seem to have slipped into making the same meals over and over and need some inspiration – especially ideas for healthier and more diverse foods

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  20. Deirdre M

    I love Japanese food and I love cooking. However, I have thus far been too apprehensive of trying Japanese dishes at home, believing them to be too complicated and therefore sticking to my more usual Indian/Middle Eastern or European dishes as I am comfortable cooking with the ingredients and flavours. If I won this, which I would love, it would be a great incentive to bring my love of Japanese food into my home and start experimenting in my own kitchen!

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  21. Richard Eldred Hawes

    All ways enjoyed eating Japenese food, it would be nice to know how to make it at home

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  22. Mary N. K

    This book looks absolutely wonderful. I visited Japan this summer and loved the food so much. I’d love to have a try at cooking Japanese food at home.

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  23. laura kefford

    I love experimenting with foods I love to eat but look like a challenge to cook. My experience using gorgeous, easy to read cook books is that you can make amazing food, impress your friends with your culinary masterpiece and know that actually…. it was super simple!! If only they knew!!

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  24. Ruth Harwood

    Japanese cuisine is one i’ve never tried, would love a few recipes to have a go at!!

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  25. hannah igoe

    I love trying out new recipes and this looks like it would shake up our cooking and give us some new ideas

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  26. Michelle Bruce

    My 16 year old loves to eat Japanese. It seems to be the thing for youngsters just now. I like it but I’d like to try more. This book would give a a chance to practise.

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  27. Alison Bruce

    I would love to win this book to give to my grandson who is learning Japanese and has visited the country twice so far.

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  28. Denise Watson

    I’ve always wanted to go into a Japanese restaurant but I would have no idea what to choose and wouldn’t want to look stupid. Being able to look into this book first, I would be able to order with confidence and, who knows, I might even be able to cook Japenese food in the future!

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  29. Charmaine Dance

    Japanese food is my absolute favourite and I would love to try out all these recipes!!

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  30. Laura Turner

    I lived in Japan for a year when I was younger and miss the food like crazy. Would be nice to revisit some Japanese cuisine from my own kitchen.

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  31. Victoria Dixon

    I have always wanted to cook Japanese food and I think this beauty would help me and grow my confidence

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  32. Catherine thomas

    My all time favourite food… The Japanese Larder sounds like the perfect book for us.

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  33. Chris Andrews

    Leave a comment below, telling me why you’d love to win a copy of the The Japanese Larder.
    we went on a holiday to Japan last year and loved it, especially the the cuisine and if l were lucky enough to win this it would bring back so many lovely memories

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  34. Angeline Gregory

    I’d love to win this for my son-in-law. He loves Japanese food, always getting takeaways but never trying to make his own. This would save him a fortune and make him happy.

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  35. Mandy Edkins

    I absolutely love Japanese food, this book looks fab & l would like to try to make some of the dishes featured 🙂

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  36. Helen Gelhard

    I’d love to experiment more with Japanese cooking, with this book there would be no excuse.

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  37. Caroline Shepherd

    I love Japanese food and culture, and this would be great to get me started with trying my own Japanese style meals at home.

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  38. Yvonne Dimbleby

    I’ve never attempted to make Japanese food at home, this book could open up a whole new world.

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  39. N Jones

    It’s not a cuisine I’ve ever made, i would love to give it a try as I do enjoy Japanese food

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  40. CARA-JANE HUNTER

    This book looks inspiring and delicious. My Dad would love this. He loves anything Japanese to eat!

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  41. Lauren Main

    Me and my boyfriend have been getting into Japanese food lately, and would love to take a shot at cooking some myself!

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  42. Sylvia Bennett

    My daughter and family love eating at Japanese restaurants. I would love to surprise them with an authentic menu when they visit.

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  43. Alistair Richardson

    I love everything Japanese and would love to use more of the ingredients in every day food

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  44. Dave Edwards

    Because I’ve only just discovered Teppanyaki and Teriyaki this year and would like to explore further…

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  45. Francesca Harrod

    My partner lived in Japan for a bit and has told me all about the slightly crazy but amazing time he had there. I know very little about their cuisine and I’d love to bring a bit of that special time into our kitchen!!

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  46. SUSAN L HALL

    We adore Japanese food and eat as much as we can – we make our own Gyoza’s and Sushi but would love to experiment more – this would give us great ideas

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  47. Richard Bates

    I love Japanese food but haven’t tried making it before. Would be so much fun learning these new techniques.

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  48. Annabella MacLaren

    I’d find it really exciting to try to expand my awareness of Japan’s cuisine! I love learning about other cultures but with a new born son, I don’t think I’m traveling anytime soon!

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  49. Andrew Lee

    I would love to be able to cook some of the amazing dishes Ive eaten on travels to Japan,. This would help!

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