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 National Honey Board

  2. Following you on Pintrest

  3. Following KOAB on Pintrest

  4. I would love to win the honey giveaway. We make a special effort to use honey all the time around the holidays, from tea, dipping challah, putting it in all our baked good and even just doing a honey tasting party, which is a lot of fun since there are so many different types of honey now. I would love this basket! Shana Tova! I love my kosher on a budget emails!

  5. I like to make mead-it’s a honey based, alcoholic drink. I get kits from the bee folks-certified star-k!

  6. I liked the national honey board.

  7. honey cake

  8. Honey baked chicken

  9. Liked the honey board

  10. last year I tasted an amazing apple stuffed honey challah – if I have the time I would like to attempt that as well

  11. followed pinterest board

  12. liked honey link on facebook

  13. i bake honey cake… also, i like to add honey to the egg-wash to put over the rosh hashana challahs for extra sweetness :)

  14. i liked National Honey Board on Facebook (fb name Shandel Strasberg)

  15. I follow all your boards on Pintrest (Pintrest name Shandel Strasberg)

  16. Honey chicken! Sweet and savory.

  17. honey cake!

  18. I Like the National Honey Board on Facebook

  19. I Follow your Rosh Hashana Pinterest board on pinterest!

  20. Love a passed down through the family honey cake! Liked and followed as well! Thanks for giveaway!

  21. Honey chicken, honey wine glazed salmon, honey cake, honey challah – i can’t get enough honey, and love that Rosh Hashana gives me an opportunity to use it in everything (even more than I already do!) :)

  22. I liked the Nat’l Honey Board on FB :)

  23. What fun to follow on pinterest!!!!

  24. Honey challah.

  25. Followed you on Pinterest

  26. I use honey in my challah. Then we drizzle honey on the challah. We love that we can do this through the Chagim and look forward to this special time every year.

  27. I make the Sunken Apple and Honey Tart in the original Kosher by Design. (It’s the recipe on the cover.) It looks beautiful — and tastes great — every single time!

  28. I followed the national honey board on fb.

  29. and i follow your RH pinterest board already. I’ve repinned several ideas!

  30. Tzimmes with lots of honey!

  31. I like the National Honey Board Facebook page!

  32. I love my mom’s honey cake with maraschino cherries in it

  33. I love putting honey in salad dressings and cakes!

  34. I liked your pinterest board

  35. Mary Ruth Andrews says:

    I found a very interesting recipe for a chocolate glazed honey cake with sea salt sprinkled on top, think this is something I want to make for our Rosh Hashanah table this year.

  36. We try to buy some fun honeys for squirting on our challah. I also substitute some honey for sugar in my mom’s Apple Cake recipe.

  37. I liked the National Honey Board page on Facebook.

  38. Following your Rosh Hashanah Page on Pinterest.

  39. Nothing says Rosh Hashanah in my house more than honey cookies!

  40. Following you on Pinterest!

  41. Liked the national honey board on Facebook! Thanks for the giveaway!

  42. Cook honey with spices for taiglach!

  43. I use it in challah! And also on veggies, like Brussels sprouts – yum :)

  44. Rebecca Goldberg says:

    I recently made an awesome chicken dish with apples, honey, fresh figs and balsamic vinegar. Looking forward to making it for rosh hashana!

  45. Rebecca Goldberg says:

    Followed your rosh hashana pinterest board! Love the apple scooped out to serve honey.

  46. Coby Glasserow says:

    I love making an apple, honey, poppy seed cake!

  47. I like making an apples and honey challah that ends up almost like a breakfast food.

  48. And I liked you on pintrest. I love the ideas!

  49. We eat honey with challah not only on rosh hashana so this would be great!

  50. I guess honey cake is my favorite use of honey, and every year I have to try to remember which recipe I used the year before since I don’t make it any other time. One recipe I like is a fluffy honey cake that requires separating the eggs. I guess I could use some more honey recipes!