Win an inspiring £65 set of Recipe books by Ching-He Huang #SpringIntoLearning

We’re genuinely excited to be working with Collins in a brilliant campaign this Spring. As any parent knows, this time of year is marked by a Series of Unfortunate Events – some by the name of SATS, 11+, Mocks, GCSE’s and A Levels, others simply end of year exams.
But it’s not just about children cramming for exams – we ALL love to stretch our brain by learning new skills and trying new things. When learning is doing what you want to do, it simply doesn’t feel like learning – it’s interesting and fun. And so very satisfying!

So we worked with Collins to come up with a range of prizes for everyone – from activity books for the little ones through to some fabulous recipe books for the foodies.

We’re launching a new competition every day this week, so do keep stopping by to make sure you don’t miss any (you can subscribe for email updates here if that’s easier).

So day five is the Day of the Foodie.
How about a brilliant pile of books by Chinese Food healthy-eating guru Ching-He Huang?

I know – I want them too!

The prize includes the brand shiny newest book – Eat Clean: Wok Yourself To Health.

Ching-He Huang’s promise is simple: with just a wok, a knife and a chopping board, you can revolutionise your diet and feel fantastic.

Renowned TV chef and cookery writer Ching transformed her health when she began eating clean – cutting out over-processed, high-sugar foods and embracing natural produce, cooked simply. Featuring fresh, vibrant flavours that make you feel bright, healthy and energised, Ching’s new book Eat Clean shows that by choosing the right foods and adopting easy-to-follow techniques, you too can create delicious meals that help to detoxify and nourish your body so you feel better, stronger and slimmer.

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With recipes such as Sunshine Energising Oatmeal, Wok-fried Lemongrass Spiced Chicken and Herby Thai Beef Salad, Ching fuses healthy eastern and western cookery to help you create easy, speedy, mouth-watering dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Also included in the prize are Ching-He’s previous books;

  • Chinese Food Made Easy
  • Ching’s Fast Food
  • Chinese Food Made In Minutes

So how to get your hands on the range, and start whipping out your wok? Why just use the magickery below! First two options are compulsory, then there’s the usual extras for showing some love on the interwebs if you feel so inclined.

The closing date for this competition is 17th April 2015 and only entries received on or before that date can be included. The winner will be the first randomly chosen entry. Good luck!

Win an inspiring £65 set of Recipe books by Ching-He Huang #SpringIntoLearning – NOW CLOSED

Author: Laura

A 70's child, I’ve been married for a Very Long Time, and appear to have made four children, and collected one large and useless dog along the way. I work, I have four children, I have a dog… ergo, I do not do dusting or ironing. I began LittleStuff back in (gulp) 2004. I like huge mugs of tea. And Coffee. And Cake. And a steaming cone of crispy fresh fluffy chips, smothered in salt and vinegar. #healthyeater When I grow up I am going to be quietly graceful, organised and wear lipstick every day. In the meantime I *may* have a slight butterfly-brain issue.

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  1. sticky lemon chicken with noodles

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  2. I cooked sesame beef with broccoli in my wok

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  3. Chicken with garlic and cashew nuts with crispy noodles and lightly fried egg, delicious.

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  4. Red thai chicken curry

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  5. Chicken stir fry – yummy

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  6. chicken stir fry x

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  7. Beef in Black Bean Sauce :)

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  8. I don’t have a wok, if I won this would buy one so my son could use it (I’m useless)

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  9. A vegetable stir-fry.

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  10. Crispy noodles

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  11. fried rice with prawns, spring onions, garlic and chilli

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  12. Chicken stir fry

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  13. Thai Green chicken curry.

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  14. chicken chow mein

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  15. Ace competition!! I’ve been keen to get this! I last made thai green curry in my wok – but normally it’s a chicken or prawn stir fry of some kind.

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  16. Chicken in black bean sauce x

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  17. Beef stir fry

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  18. Vegetable stir fry

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