FLASH GIVEAWAY | Kosher For Passover Prize Pack from KosherFest

I’m hoping you’re now giveaway’d out, because I have a few more goodies up my sleeve this week. Since Pesach is looming ever nearer, this week’s giveaways are going to be FLASH GIVEAWAYS, with just 48 hours to enter to win!

One lucky KOAB winner will win this Kosher for Passover prize pack from five different merchants represented at the 2011 KosherFest.

A signed copy of Levana Kirschenbaum’s newly released cookbook, Whole Food Kosher. It looks wonderful – and it’s coming to you just in time for Passover! ($28 value)

A 36-piece set of Kosher Keepers food storage containers – perfect for all your Pesach left-overs! ($18 value)

A handy-dandy matzah crumber from Davida’s Aprons – So useful for sweeping up all those pesky matzah crumbs ($12 value)

Matzah-patterned Oven Mitt and Pot Holder from The Kosher Cook – cute! ($8.50 value)

Sweet Goodies Gluen-Fre Sour Belts from Kedem – I have a real weak spot for sour gummies, so I couldn’t resist sharing a few packagea with the winner of this giveaway! ($3.50 value)

Total Prize Package Value: $70

To enter this fun Kosher for Passover KosherFest Giveaway, please leave a comment on this post telling me your favorite part of the Passover Seder. Completing this entry is mandatory to enter the giveaway.

For a second entry, follow Kosher on a Budget on Pinterest and then come back and leave a separate comment that you have done so. If you’re already following KOAB on Pinterest – YAY! Just leave a comment to that effect.

This givewaway will be open until noon CST on Wednesday, March 28. The winner will be notified later in the day!

Good luck!

Non-Disclaimer: While I attended Kosherfest 2011, I paid my own way and was not comped by any of these vendors to share this giveaway.




  1. My favorite part of the seder is when we have a song/poem we read very fast without breathing.

  2. Following you on Pinterest

  3. Spending quality time with family and the 4 sons.

  4. My favorite part of the seder is when my husband tries to sing Dayenu in one breath! It’s a family tradition and the kids love it!

  5. Following you on pinterest.

  6. I can’t wait for my 2 yo and 4yo DDs to sing Mah Nishtanah–they’ve been practicing for months!

  7. rachelle says:

    my favorite part is all of it. but especially when myhusband and son say shir hashirim at the very end! it is surreal to be doing the dishes to such sweet music and words

  8. Following you on Pinterest

  9. My favorite part of Pesach is the smell of matza ball soup on the stove while saying magid. Y-u-u-m!

  10. I also love Hallel, but I especially love the part of the haggadah when it talks about the fact that it was Hashem Himself, not an angel, who took us out of Egypt. It always gives me goosebumps 🙂

  11. I love the recitation of Hey Lachma Anya.

  12. My favorite part of Pesach is researching new recipes to try with my husband and listening to my children singing Pesach songs in the weeks leading up to and then at the seder. For at least a week before, the little ones always come back to “frogs here, frogs there, frogs are hopping everywhere”.

  13. My favourite part is the discussion we have throughout the haggadah on different things we’ve learned that pertain to parts of the seder or elaborating on what we’re reading or doing.
    Second favourite would be a family tradition of reciting a particular poem at Nirtzah.

  14. Chad gadya with sound effects is my favorite.

  15. My favorite part is when my mom, who doesn’t speak Hebrew, sings Dayenu!!!

  16. Best part of the seder growing up was getting to ask all my questions from school & deliver the brilliant prepared answers too! Now I get to enjoy my kids asking the questions & competing for the afikoman… I must admit the chicken soup w/matzah ball after maggid is a big highlight too 🙂

  17. Definitely the matza balls!

  18. My favorite part is the Charoset…oh and the wine of course! 🙂

  19. My favorite is watching my son and niece with the “bag of plagues”…for some reason, everyone loves the cute fuzzy ‘blood’! :0)

  20. judith solomont says:

    We throw marshmallows when someone asks a question. This encourages the kids to ask

  21. My favorite part of the seder (If I can stay awake) is Chad Gadya – we act the whole thing out with sound effects.

  22. The family together around a beautiful table. The songs at the end. Chad Gadyah, L’shanah HaBaah BeYerushalayim…and all the special foods.

  23. That everybody is home!!

  24. The wine!

  25. My favorite part of the seder is Ma Nishtanah.

  26. My Favorite part is Mah Nishtanah and eating the bite of Matzah

  27. Having all of my kids at home by the yomtov table.

  28. Watching the kids faces when they come back to the table after opening the door and seeing that Eliahu “drank” the wine!

  29. Jennifer S says:

    Hillel sandwich!

  30. Jennifer S says:

    And already following you on pinterest.

  31. I’m looking forward to bringing my family traditions to our own seder as well as new ones, especially for Maggid.

  32. I also already follow you on Pinterest!

  33. My favorite part is dipping the bitter herbs in saltwater….don’t know why!

  34. My favorite part of the seder is opening the door for Eliyahu Hanavi.

  35. I love to see how much my son has learned about Pesach, the seder and the Exodus form Egypt. I love to see all the arts and crafts he has brought home from school and watch him use them throughout the seder. He gets so excited, it is so real and tangeable for him, that makes me excited too!

  36. LOVE telling the kids how we once were slaves. No really, I was a slave! You have to be so “in the moment”

  37. My favorite part is eating all the wonderful foods that I’ve prepared with my mom (or friends if we don’t go home). I just love the warmth around the table from it.

  38. Following on Pintrest!

  39. Favorite part of the Seder? Dessert! My work is mostly done, I can enjoy the company of friends and family, and when that is over, we’ve still got great singing to do!

  40. It used to be the food, but now its my kids singing mah nashtana!

  41. Elisheva says:

    One of favorite parts of the Seder is when everyone (well almost 🙂 gets a second wind to sing the songs at the end of the Haggadah

  42. I love dessert 🙂 it’s a great chance to relax with our family and friends who are guests. And then we have more of the seder to look forward to – but without the hassle of having to get up and serve more food!

  43. and now I follow you on Pinterest! thanks

  44. The “dam” trick where we turn water to blood… the kids still haven’t figured it out! Thanks for doing this!

  45. Opening the door for Eliyahu

  46. I follow you on Pinterest

  47. I LOVE the meal part of the seder 🙂

  48. I follow Kosher on a Budget on Pinterest.

  49. What a wonderful giveaway! I love all of the Passover items. While it is alot of work and costly – I still love Pesach and getting ready for it. My favorite part of the seder is the meal, especially when shared with family and friends.

  50. Our favorite part of the Seder is when the kids sing the ma nishtana in their sweet voices.