Rosh Hashana Giveaway #2 | Honey Gift Basket Giveaway

honey basket 1024x764 Rosh Hashana Giveaway #2 | Honey Gift Basket Giveaway

When I was brainstorming a list of ideas for Rosh Hashana giveaways, something-having-to-do-with-honey naturally topped my list.

Only I don’t didn’t have any “honey connections”.

Imagine my delight when I saw that the National Honey Board was one of the sponsors of a blogging conference I attended earlier this month.

Besheret!

And wouldn’t you know that the first thing I did (well, second, after sampling their incredible honeys) was to chat them up about sponsoring a giveaway on KOAB!

I’m happy to announce that one lucky Kosher on a Budget reader will win this gorgeous honey gift basket (retail value: $100), which includes:

  • 3 Honey varietals (these honeys are incredible – and the difference in flavors is amazing!)
  • Canvas tote bag
  • Honey recipe books (and check out all their honey recipes online!)
  • Water bottle
  • Honey candle
  • Orange blossom honey sticks
  • Honey drizzler
  • Honey spatula
  • Honey lip balm
  • Honey notepad and pens
  • Honey apron
  • Guide to substituting honey when cooking and baking magnet

Here’s how to enter the Honey Basket Giveaway:

(Remember, each comment is considered its own entry – so leave a separate comment for each one.)

Required entry: Leave a comment telling me your favorite way to incorporate honey into your Rosh Hashana cooking – beyond apples and honey (eg. bake a chocolate honey cake)

Optional entry #1: Like the National Honey Board on Facebook to learn more about honey – and find out about their giveaways and contests. Then let me know you have done so.

Optional entry #2: Follow my Rosh Hashana Pinterest board, where I share links to recipes, crafts and vignettes that are perfect for the holiday (including lots of honey ideas). Then let me know you have done so.

This contest will be open until the end of the day on Wednesday, September 5, 2012. The winner will be notified by email and have 48 hours to respond before another winner is chosen. Hatzlacha!

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  1. Liked the honey board!

  2. Following you on Pinterest as well now!

  3. Louis Garfunkel says:

    A chef once told me after I boil a corned beed to place it on a raised rack and immediately glaze the corned beef with Honey.

  4. Louis Garfunkel says:

    I also just liked the National Honey Board on Facebook

  5. Honey in the Challah.

  6. Honey in tea and honey cake!

  7. I’m going to attempt to bake a honey cake that isn’t dry.

  8. Honey for my tea on a cold winter day :)

  9. elisheva robbins says:

    liked!!

    love to make my challah with honey and vanilla!!

  10. We bake honey cookies and honey cake. Honey in my tea especially during this time of year. L’Shanah Tova!

  11. Honey glazed carrots!

  12. honey on challah!!! and i make honey chocolate brownies

  13. I love to make apple cinnamon hot tea and add honey as a way for me to wind down after feeding and taking care of everyone else. :)

  14. I have liked the National Honey Board on Facebook.

  15. And now, I am also following your Rosh Hashana board on Pinterest :) (which I wish I really would have found earlier because it’s exactly the inspiration I’ve been looking for)!

  16. Honey cookies!

  17. Devorah Horovicz says:

    LikEd the national honey board. Following your rosh hashanah board and looking at it right now on pinterest!!!

  18. Looking forward to making taiglach with honey for gifts for guests

  19. Following you on pininterest

  20. Liked national honey board page

  21. I followed your Rosh Hashana board on pintrest. Last year I served each person the honey inside the apples. It was such a big hit!

  22. I often use honey instead of sugar in any recipe with a little extra squeeze of the bear. :-) Always a great way to add more honey into the diet.

  23. Sara Plotitsa says:

    We always have a honey tasting during the first night of Rosh Hashana. Anything from buckwheat honey to blueberry honey to wildfire honey. It’s my favorite part of the meal!!

  24. I think I will make a chicken dish with honey this year.

  25. I am following your pinterest Rosh Hashanah board.

  26. Our kids enjoy using honey. We prefer sugar! Nonetheless, a beautiful basket we’d make full use of.

  27. I like the national honey board on facebook

  28. I checked out your rosh hashana pinterest board

  29. I followed your rosh hashana pinterest board

  30. I bake a great honey cake and put honey in my challah for RH as well as honey baked apples

  31. Heather M. Glass says:

    I’m not late, I swear! I just got power back a few days ago! and have been wanting to enter during this whole derned hurricane! Anyways…

    Last year I made a honey apple cake that was incredibly perfect… not only do I wanna do THAT again, but also I want to try a honey glazed crispy skinned duck… Think it’ll work?

  32. I hope I am not pushing my luck by trying to win something on your site! ; )

    I put honey in my sweet and sour MEATBALLS for Rosh Hashana, which is the perfect entree for a two-day chag. I make and freeze the meatballs as I find the meat on sale, and then make a big, big pot of sauce, and they get eaten gradually over the whole chag.

    I liked the Honey Board and your RH Pinterest board!
    Shana Tova u’metuka and lots of continued hatlzacha with your fabulous blog.

  33. Susan Reingold says:

    I use honey in my entire Rosh Hashana meal….honey chicken, sweet noodle kugel, carrots and taigeleh. The meal is reminiscent of my holiday meals with my grandparents and my parents. I am a second generation Holocaust survivor. I want my children, their spouses and my grandchildren to remember our traditions.
    Thanks and Happy New Year!

  34. Jennifer Rosner says:

    I often make honey mustard chicken for yom tov or honey orange chicken…both delicious

  35. Jennifer Rosner says:

    just added National Honey Board to my likes on facebook…thanks

  36. Fay Duftler says:

    I love to use honey in my chicken thigh marinades. Date honey is the best for those yummy pargiyot!!!! Marinade and grill indoors or out and serve room temperature….I never have any leftovers :)

  37. Fay Duftler says:

    Also added national honey board to my likes on FB. Thanks!