Purim Giveaway!

Purim Giveaway - Win a Baking Set for the Holiday!

In honor of the upcoming Purim holiday, I am giving away seven awesome Jewish-themed baking sets! Each set includes a Noah’s Ark cake pan, Hebrew letter cookie cutters, Mazal Tov/L’Chaim ice molds, and a large and small silicone challah baking pan. To enter, leave a comment on this post and let me know what your favorite Jewish baked treat is. Contest ends on Sunday at 12:00am midnight Pacific time. Seven winners will be chosen at random on Monday, March 17. Be sure to leave a correct email address so we know how to contact you if you win. Good luck!

CONTEST CLOSED!

Comments were assigned numbers and winners were chosen via an online numeric randomizer. Comments were assigned a number, and the randomizer chose the winning numbers. The winners are:

33. April: “There are many–hard to pick one, but I would say Apple-Walnut Charoset! Yum!”

477. Bernadette Condesso: “Chocolate babka”

493. Kay Wall: “Challah, followed by rugelach. I have recipes for both from my former boss’s wife, whose family prepared a little cookbook of her mother’s (who I really enjoyed) favorite Jewish recipes. Her mother always made sure that I felt welcomed and comfortable at the gatherings at the synagogue (bar mitzvahs, etc.) that occurred and that I was invited to. She knew that I was not Jewish and wanted to make sure I was welcomed and comfortable and knew what to do. I love that little cookbook and, as a matter of fact, was looking at it last night, thinking about making rugelach.”

310. Trish Harris: “caramel nut rugelach”

902. Andrea Glassberg Pincus: “Passover Mandel Bread”

37. Mashugana: “My favorite is CHOLENT!”

589. Marsha Boyer: “Rugelach! My Aunt made the best!”

Thank you all for entering! I’ll be hosting another fun giveaway very soon. :)

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  1. My daughter instantly said, “challah,” and I have to agree. It is a treat as we are a bit generous when adding the honey to the dough!

  2. Bialys, absolutely. They’re a thing I miss since going gluten-free, and they hold within them so much of Polish Jewish history — to say nothing of being absolutely delicious!

  3. We love challah in our house! I am looking forward to attempting hamentaschen this weekend though.

  4. I have to say my home made challah is a big hit in my house. I do cherish the memory of mandel bread that my grandmother used to make…

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