Will you need a hostess gift or two for Rosh Hashana? Check out all these great ideas I found over at Amazon:
Le Creuset Stoneware 16-Ounce Honey Pot – $27.95, shipped (originally $40). You can never have too many honey pots; especially when it’s a Le Creuset.
Small Red Honey Dish Hand Painted Cast Aluminum – Or you could go more traditional (while still being very modern) with this stunning dish by my favorite, Yair Emanuel. It’s $43.37, with free shipping.
Sweet As Can Bee Ceramic Honey Pot with Wooden Dipper – For a less expensive honey pot alternative, this sweet ceramic one is just $5.93 (!) with FREE shipping when you spend $25 or more as an Add-On Item.
Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Hand Soap Liquid, Honeysuckle, 12.5-Fluid Ounce Bottles (Pack of 6) – I admit, this is an unusual gift idea, but I *love* Mrs. Meyer’s products and would be thrilled with this honeysuckle-scented hand soap set. Six bottles are $17.23, shipped, when you check-out thru Subscribe & Save and have 5 active subscriptions in a month.
The Honey Connoisseur: Selecting, Tasting, and Pairing Honey, With a Guide to More Than 30 Varietals – This hard-cover book (for $18.70, shipped — originally $26.95) would be perfect for someone who wants to host a honey tasting.
“My Soft Rosh Hashana Set” Deluxe Soft Rosh Hashanah Set – If you/your hostess has little ones at home, this plush toy set seems like a great buy. I know I love having special toys and books just for the yomim tovim. There are only 8 of these left in stock, and it’s priced at $23.96 with free shipping.
Sammy Spider’s First Rosh Hashanah – And finally one more gift for the little ones, since who doesn’t love a Sammy Spider book? It’s marked down 10% to $7.16, shipped (originally $7.95). No, it’s not as cheap as Sammy Spider’s First Haggadah – but hey, Amazon is clearly hip to the Jewish calendar.
As always, Amazon pricing can change on a dime, so please confirm prices before you check-out.