Sure, you’ve got your seder menu all planned. But as the week of Passover continues we can all get bored with leftover chicken soup and potato kugel. And for one lucky Nosher reader we’ve got a delicious opportunity to make the last days of Passover a little easier with a lunch box from Grow and Behold Foods.
Your post-seder Passover menu will get a little more exciting with these items. Or, if you’re traveling, this is a perfect host gift for the holiday. The pack includes: 1lb pastrami (4 packs) 6 burger patties (2 packs) and 1 pack each of hot dogs, merguez, mild chorizo, and spicy chorizo sausages. Your prize will ship or deliver during Chol Ha Moed – just in time for the last days of Passover.
People frequently ask me where they can get quality, sustainably-raised meat and I always recommend Grow and Behold to friends, family and readers. Grow and Behold brings OU Glatt Kosher-certified pastured meats raised on small family farms to people all over the country.They adhere to the strictest standards of kashrut, animal welfare, worker treatment and sustainable agriculture. Their practices make eating meat that much more delicious.
Enter today and make sure to tell your friends! We’ll choose on lucky winner THIS Thursday.
Just in time for Passover a new online resource has launched called Breaking Matzo, aiming to make the holiday magical, memorable and meaningful with a host of delicious and fun ideas. Founded by Boston venture capitalist Andy Goldfarb, Breaking Matzo seeks to combine food, fun and philosophy into a user-friendly platform, inviting users to share their own Passover stories and experiences. And for us at The Nosher, the food is always most important: Breaking Matzo has all the traditional recipes you will need to make a wonderful seder, and a few modern updates too like charoset chicken salad and “lucky” matzah balls stuffed with gribenes.
And even luckier than Andy’s gibenes-stuffed matzah balls are the THREE Nosher readers who will get to finish their Passover prep wearing one of these cute Breaking Matzo aprons. Enter below to win one of their aprons, and don’t forget to check out Breaking Matzo for additional Passover resources!
We talk about the love and hate of gefilte fish a lot at The Nosher, and we know some of you love it. And others loathe it.
Enter The Gefilteria‘s gefilte fish: this is anything but that jarred stuff that looks like wet dryer lint. The brainchild of Jeffrey Yoskowitz and Liz Alpern, The Gefilteria is churning out carefully sourced, boutique gefilte fish among other re-imagined Old World Jewish foods. And as a small producer based in New York, they have a limited quantity of their coveted gefilte fish this Passover season.
But two very lucky Nosher readers will get to enjoy this item as part of their Passover Seder delivered to your door (*within the continental U.S.) via partner Challah Connection. How to score one of these precious loaves? Enter below! All you need to do is sign up for our newsletter.
What do Jews do on Christmas? Go to the movies and eat Chinese food of course. Which is why Soy Vay, a sauce company started by a Jewish boy and a Chinese girl, is offering the ultimate gift package to help you cook your own Chinese cuisine this Christmas Eve. And we are so excited that we get to give away gift packages to 10 lucky winners.
The gift package includes:
-$50 grocery delivery gift card
-$25 Netflix gift card
-Soy Vay products: Veri Veri Teriyaki, Island Teriyaki, and Hoisin Garlic
-Soy Vay recipe cards: Veri Veri Teriyaki Saucy Vegetable Chow Mein, Island Teriyaki Mango Chicken, and Hoisin Garlic Beef and Asparagus Stir-fry
-Decorations for the Christmas Eve parties including paper lanterns, chopsticks, and toys/games (Mahjong and Dreidel)
But wait, there’s more! The 10 winners are then encouraged to host a Soy Vay ShalomLomein house parties where they prepare their chosen Soy Vay dish for their family and friends and post photos via social media channels, using the Soy Vay hashtag #ShalomLomein on Wednesday, December 24 (that would be Christmas Eve). All the winners will also be automatically entered to win a grand prize grand–a $100 gift card for a cooking class or personal chef.
So, are you ready to get cooking? To enter, fill out the form below and we’ll choose 10 winners next Tuesday, December 16th. Good luck!
What do we love as much as Jewish food?
a) edible gifts
b) free cookbooks
c) Hanukkah presents
d) all of the above
For our Hanukkah 2014 giveaway we’re celebrating in three’s! For our grand prize winners, we’re teaming up with Soom Foods, a great new 3-sister kosher tahini startup, to share 3 delicious chocolate-sesame tahini sample packs with our readers.
Check out the prizes on the site, and enter our Purim 2014 Gift Basket Giveaway. We’ll send an overflowing basket full of fresh-baked kosher goodies to three lucky winners. Let one of them be you!
Enter here, and spread the word — but only if your friends promise to send theirs to you:
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Bagels, rugelach, and babka, oh my!
The most delicious giveaway of the winter is officially on until Thursday, December 19, and four of you are about to win a selection of incredible kosher goodies from our friends at Kosher Gift Box, our favorite online purveyor of Jewish nosh. For FREE.
The grand prize—get ready for it—is the NYC Brunch Basket, full of fresh bagels, rugelach, lox, and cream cheese ($119.99 value) sent overnight straight to your front door.
And the lucky runners-up?
One will get this Collector’s Tin of Rugelach ($44.99 value).
Another: this Fresh Challah Variety Pack with four delicious flavors ($34.99 value).
And the third: this amazing Babka Two-Pack with cinnamon and chocolate loaves. (Because why choose?) ($27.99 value).
Scroll back up to enter today!
Update! The winners are in! Congratulations to Jeff of Nashville, Tennessee; Natali of Hollywood, Florida; Erin of Niagara Falls, New York; and Alicia of West Bloomfield, Michigan. Happy noshing!
The Nosher and Jewniverse have teamed up to present the most exciting autumn raffle of 2013: The Ultimate Thanksgivukkah Menurkey Giveaway!
Enter to win the grand prize item that’s got the internet in a tizzy: the Menurkey ($58), the inimitable menorah shaped like a turkey. How better to celebrate the never-to-be-repeated overlap of Hanukkah and Thanksgiving than with this “amazing conversation starter, an objet d’art, a functioning menorah and the perfect centerpiece for your Thanksgiving table?”
The only other way we can think of is by cooking up a storm. And runners-up can do just that with one of the year’s gorgeous new Jewish and Israeli cookbooks: The New Jewish Table ($35), Cook In Israel ($35), Balaboosta ($29.95), and Joy of Kosher ($30).
U.S. addresses only, sorry folks! Happy Thanksgivukkah season to you!