Tori’s Friday Favorites – Passover Potluck Giveaway. Comment to win! #PassoverPotluck
This year’s Passover Potluck was one of the best yet. I love each and every blogger that participated, not to mention their enthusiasm for creating new recipes that follow Passover guidelines. As a way of honoring them, I decided to host a Friday Favorites giveaway that includes an item that represents each of them. For some it’s their fabulous cookbook and for others it’s a kitchen item they can’t live without. I could talk all day about how wonderful they are, but how about I let them talk about these awesome giveaway items instead?
Included in this prize package:
Garrett says – “Can we just admit that cheese is the best food on earth? We can? Awesome. Melt is a compendium of some of the world’s greatest cheeses explored through the classic comfort food of mac and cheese. Inspired by artisan cheesemakers worldwide, Melt: The Art of Macaroni and Cheese, is the must-have cookbook for the true cheese lover.”
Click here for Garrett’s Honey Preserved Kumquats recipe.
Click here for Meg’s Gluten Free Potato Kugel Gratin recipe.
Aida says – “Keys To The Kitchen is a total labor of love – it came about because my friends kept calling me up like I was their personal kitchen hotline and I wanted to give them a resource to answer all their questions. They were in need of an inspiring, whole foods-based cookbook that still taught a lot of technique, so, that’s exactly what this book is! The first half covers the tips and tricks I learned from working in test kitchens and then it goes into over 300 recipes covering everything from quinoa stir fry and last minute appetizer ideas to Oatmeal Breakfast Souffle, Marinated Tomato Burrata Pasta, Chocolate Coffee Cookies, and, my personal favorite, Balsamic-Soy Glazed Chicken.”
Click here for Aida’s Raspberry Cacao Ripple Rochers recipe.
Beth says – “This spiralizer is the kitchen gadget I currently cannot live without. It’s my kitchen gadget crush, for sure! It’s a magic little tool that turns nearly anything into a healthy alternative to your standard noodles. My favorite and most often made creation is probably zucchini noodles, but I also love to spiralize sweet potatoes, butternut squash and I also love cold cucumber ribbon salads. This is a must-have for any health-minded kitchen.”
Click here for Beth’s Moroccan Quinoa and Carrot Salad recipe.
Gabi says – “I wrote The BrokeAss Gourmet Cookbook for expert foodies and new cooks alike. My mission for the book is to help bridge the gap that people feel between themselves and the kitchen, whether it’s a financial gap, an expertise gap, or just one of having enough time. The restaurant-quality recipes are quick and easy to make, and call for easy-to-find ingredients. And because no recipe exceeds $20, they fit into any budget.”
Click here for Gabi’s Blood Orange-Manischewitz Cocktail recipe.
Miriam says – “I love to bake Bundt cakes because they’re easy to make and effortlessly beautiful! Getting your cake out of the pan can be tricky, which is why I use this high-quality pan from Nordic Ware – the cakes come right out.”
Click here for Miriam’s Zucchini Chicken Pinwheels recipe.
For a chance to win this Passover Potluck giveaway, simply comment on this post – one comment per reader. Want additional entries? Share this post on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and/or Google + and let me know in the comments where you shared it. I’ll give you one additional entry per share! We will choose one winner at random for this prize on Friday, April 10. Winner will be notified via email, so please include a valid email address. This prize can be shipped anywhere, no matter where you live. Please Note: All entries will be subscribed to my free newsletter with free recipes and weekly post updates. If you are already subscribed, don’t worry, you won’t be subscribed again. You may unsubscribe at any time. Good luck!
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CONTEST CLOSED. Congratulations to Lindsay Sweley, who was chosen via a numeric randomizer. New giveaway coming soon, stay tuned!