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. Rebecca Goldberg says:

    Liked the national honey board on facebook

  2. I liked the National Honey Board on Facebook!

  3. fig and honey cake, and also use honey on my oatmeal instead of maple syrup between RH and YK

  4. following on Pinterest

  5. liked the honey board on FB

  6. Honey everything! honey chicken, honey on steak, honey cake, honey on challah- very sweet recipes!

  7. I love to glaze my chicken with honey and get a nice caramelization! Sometimes I will even toss a little honey in with some roasted veggies for shine and sweetness! Follow all your pinterest boards

  8. I always make sweet and sticky green beans for Rosh Hashanah.

  9. I use honey when I roast sweet potatoes or butternut squash. Dice the veggies, coat them in a combination of olive oil, honey, cinnamon and a bit of salt. I also love to make honey cookies and am happy to share me recipe. Sweet and Happy New year wishes to all!

  10. Honey and mustard chicken. Yummy!

  11. I’m following you on pinterest

  12. I Liked the national honey board on facebook

  13. I like to use honey in kugel for the holiday!

  14. Jessi Levy says:

    Liked the National honey board, and I am already following your pinterest RH page :)
    My favorite honey incorporation is honey sticks, I know, not very exciting, but our kids and guest go crazy for them.

  15. Honey-glazed carrots are my favorite!

  16. I like to use a mixture of honey mustard and soy sauce on my chicken

  17. I follow you on pintrest! Can’t wait to try some of the recipes this yom tov.

  18. Chocolate chip apple honey cake

  19. I liked the national honey board

  20. I follow you on pinterest

  21. I make a my sweet potato dish with honey

  22. I drizzle honey over chicken before roasting.

  23. I liked the National Honey Board.

  24. Following the Rosh Hashana Pinterest board.

  25. I use it in my challah as well.

  26. Shoshana Moskowitz says:

    honey crusted shnitzel is the way to go in this house! also, i liked national honey board :)

  27. Liba Kornfeld says:

    We use honey all year long on our challah. Oh – and I just left the $22.50 of fresh honey in my sister’s bag 1500 miles away….

  28. I like to eat it off a spoon!

  29. I like to make honey cookies.

  30. Liked national honey board!

  31. It is so not budget friendly compared to table sugar. But I like putting honey in my challah.

  32. Honey vanilla Challah and I want to try Nigella Lawson’s Chocolate Honey Bee Cake this year! Following your pins!

  33. Honey always goes into my Rosh Hashanah Challah

  34. In my tea. And honey cake.

  35. Liked national honey board

  36. Paula B. Lustig says:

    I add it to my challah recipe and dip my challah in even more honey.

  37. Paula B. Lustig says:

    Liked National Honey Board on FB!

  38. Helen greenberg says:

    Love to use honey in so many things- like mixing with some brown sugar and sprinkling on butternut squash. Bake it up, it’s delicious

  39. I do not use sugar so I often bake with honey. I always use it in my spelt challah and sometimes in my oatmeal cookies (sometimes I use date syrup from Israel and or maple syrup)
    I teach 4 year olds at a day school here in Memphis and right now we are doing an intense study of bees. The kids are putting on their bee costumes and flying around the “hive”. Bees are the most fascinating creatures. I am totally fascinated by them – notice my e-mail address, probably cuz my Hebrew name is Devora!

  40. didn’t show up but my e-mail address is Dvash!

  41. I make a honey mustard salmon… yummy!

  42. Liked the honey board!

  43. Already follow your Pinterest page :)

  44. I’m not into overly sweet things so I don’t do honey cookies or cake or that kind of thing. But I might do a salad dressing involving honey, or honey-roasted almonds to snack on!

  45. My kids like honey in a very complicated form on Rosh Hashanah – on their fingers!

  46. gitta newman says:

    I toast Israeli couscous in a pan with two tablespoons of oil. Then add two cups of very hot/boiling water, at least two heaping tablespoons of honey, a little salt and pepper and cook covered on low for about 20 minutes or until all the water is absorbed. Yummy! However, my favorite thing is the Honey Lekach (cake) that my Mom makes for the whole family. SUPER YUMMY!!!

  47. I like to pour honey on a frozen gefilte fish loaf before baking.

  48. Because the crisp East Coast autumn nights haven’t reached California, I like a cool fruit salad with the apples, kiwi, grapes and toasted walnuts tossed with a dressing of honey and lemon juice and the zest of the lemons.

  49. liked the National Honey Bd. Also love the Honey/Mustard Salmon recipe.

  50. gitta newman says:

    I liked the National Honey Board on facebook and I am following (and liked) your Rosh Hashannah Pinterest board. Thanks