Chanukah Giveaway #2: A Great Miracle Happened There

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Gabrielle Mizrachi-Mallin designs three-dimensional Judaic art creations, inspired by Jewish rituals, symbols and traditions.

I got to meet Gabrielle recently at the Bar Mitzvah of the son of good friends in Kansas City. In one of those “it’s a small world” moments, it turns out Gabrielle is my friends’ cousin. And she just so happens to be an avid reader of Kosher on a Budget.

As we talked over lunch about her art, Gabrielle generously offered to give away a matted and signed print of her piece, A Great Miracle Happened There. I know it would be perfect for Chanukkah! This 12″x12″ print retails for $45. There will be one winner.

You can read more about the symbolism of A Great Miracle Happened There on Gabrielle’s site, Ashra Design.

Originally from Lakewood, New Jersey, Gabrielle moved to South Florida as a child with her parents and five siblings. She attended Florida State University and earned her BFA in Studio Art and Design. A wife and mother, Gabrielle enjoys discovering ways to create meaningful art with her own artistic voice.

If you would like to win this beautiful print, please leave a comment on this post telling me your favorite Chanukah food.

This giveaway will be open until Wednesday night, December 14. The winner will be selected randomly and notified on Thursday, December 15. Only one entry per person, please.

I was not compensated in any way to run this giveaway. I am truly just happy to share Gabrielle’ unique talents with my readers.

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  1. Latkes with apple sauce!!

  2. Rachelle Baruch says:

    My favorite Channukah food by far is sweet, soft and lightly powdered, raspberry filled jelly donuts. Big ones – with just enough jelly inside to savor a taste in every bite.

  3. Sufganiyot with caramel filling and latkes!

  4. I love sufganiyot! Cannot wait until Chanukah!

  5. I absolutely love latkes! Especially the special recipe from my wife’s family! Nothjing but potatoes!

  6. Chocolate coins!

  7. Latkes with applesauce

  8. Elizabeth Weiss says:

    My favorite Chanukah food has to be jelly donuts!

  9. Dawne Busch says:

    Smoked beef brisket!!! Mouth watering! Latkes, grated from potatoes, onion, made by my husband! I’m not a good cook.

  10. homeade sweet potato lakes
    and ny carmel doughnuts

  11. I love milchig gelt and latkes!

  12. Latkes – I’m going to try making them the way my grandpa used to – by ‘juicing’ the potatoes in a juicer and then combining the very finely-ground pulp with a little bit of the ‘starch-juice’ that comes out.. they’re sooo light and crisp and no flour! with sourcream or cranberry sauce

  13. Yehudit Main says:

    freshly made sufganiot!

  14. Joseph Mollaie says:

    Are you kidding me? Everyone else is wrong. Without question, suvganiot with custard!

  15. jelly donuts! and lucky me, i’m a skinny lady so i can eat a lot (and do)

  16. sufganiyot with caramel inside…yum! and can’t forget about latkes!

  17. my mother’s dill latkes… drool…

  18. Latkes, of course, but I also make peppermint bark that is really yummy!

  19. Latkes with sour cream. So yummy!!

  20. Latkes, of course!!! Sweet potato, zucchini, plain ole potato…I love them all! :)

  21. Jennifer S says:

    Latkes–hot and yummy, with sour cream and my mother-in-law’s homemade applesauce.

  22. I like to make my own warm homemade applesauce to have with the latkes.

  23. Jessica Levin says:

    squash latkes