Brinner Week Giveaway!


The winner is Christina!

Christina’s comment: “My favorite brinner is definitely pancakes — blueberry ricotta pancakes!! I love having them with extra blueberries on top! Mmm:)”

Christina’s comment was chosen from an online randomizer. Extra entries were awarded to those who “tweeted” and Facebooked. To those who didn’t win, stay tuned, another giveaway will be coming up very soon!


This week on The Shiksa in the Kitchen, I’ll be focusing on one of my very favorite food subjects…


Meaning Breakfast for Dinner, of course.  :)

My family loves having breakfast for dinner. We do it a couple of times a month because it’s fun, easy, and lighter than a big heavy dinner meal. I thought it would be fun to share some of my favorite brinner recipes before we head into our Passover holiday planning. I’ll be sharing some brand new brinner recipes, as well as favorite dishes from the archives.

To celebrate Brinner Week, I’m holding a fun breakfast-themed giveaway! Comment on this post and let me know what your favorite brinner dish is. Share the link on Facebook for an additional entry, and Tweet it for another entry by clicking the share buttons at the end of this post– that means you can enter up to three times! You will be subscribed to my website newsletter with free recipes, fun food history posts, and Shiksa in the Kitchen news. You will also be automatically entered to win this gorgeous Waring Pro Double Belgian Waffle Maker!

This waffle maker is a real beauty. It cooks 2 large Belgian waffles at a time so you can quickly feed a hungry crowd. It’s a quality waffle iron (retail value $99.95) that produces gorgeous, golden waffles that are crisp on the outside and fluffy on the inside. Perfect for making brinner!

Here is a quick breakdown of the rules again– you only need to enter once, but you can enter up to three times by following these steps:

Comment below and let me know what your favorite brinner dish is. This will count as your first official entry, and you don’t have to do anything more if you don’t want to. You will be subscribed to my website newsletter with free recipes and Shiksa in the Kitchen news. Be sure to use a valid email address so I can contact you if you win!

You can also share this post on Facebook by clicking the Facebook button below– this will give you another entry in the contest. Let me know you shared in your comment so I can count the extra entry.

Share this post on Twitter by clicking the “Retweet” button below for another entry– this will give you another entry in the contest. Let me know you shared in your comment so I can count your extra entry.

The contest ends at the end of Brinner Week at 3:00pm Pacific Time on Friday. The winner will chosen via a computerized randomizer, and will be announced here on Monday March 19; they will also be notified via email. The prize will be shipped via standard shipping the following week. Good luck!


Thank you to all who entered!

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  1. Love to make omeletts for brinner. We love breakfast for dinner and make it all the time. Who has time to make breakfast at breakfast?

  2. eggs and potatos, or pancakes and apples, or waffles with fruit yumm- sharing this on my facebook page too!

  3. Nothing beats a good ol’ English fry-up. Scrambled eggs, bacon (naughty me), sausage (veggie in my case – can’t stand gristle), fried tomatoes, whole-wheat toast with butter. All of it cooked in the bacon fat! A cardiologist’s nightmare, but so, so good! Once a month won’t hurt. 😉

  4. Wow. I LOVE breakfast for dinner (love the name Brinner too. Because of my busy schedule I often have Linner (lunch for dinner)). I really can’t pick exactly which breakfast item I most love BUT I’m going to go with Shakshuka! I love ordering this at Israeli restaurants (never for actual breakfast) AND I’m delighted that I now have the recipe via this website (I’m planning on eating this for brinner sometime this week)!!

  5. I was actually craving French Toast for dinner today. I didn’t get to eat it but might have to make me some in the morning at least. yum!

  6. I’m living in Norway at the moment, and pancakes are considered dinner food! They make crepes, which can be stuffed with sweet or savory ingredients.

  7. My go to is the Big Blintz. Easier than making blintzes, although I love to make them when I have time. Always a hit when served to guests.

  8. We really like a breakfast casserole with hamburger and bacon in it. It’s really, really yummy! Goes nice with a fun fruit salad and glass of coffee for an after dinner treat ; )

  9. My children adore breakfast for dinner….we have it on the calendar at least twice a month. I think the favorite is pancakes and turkey sausage. My youngest adores waffles, so if we won the waffle iron she would be over the moon!

    Thanks for your blog Tori! I am so glad I went through the recipes, because I found some new recipes to try for Passover this year! I am sure they will be wonderful!!

  10. Breakfast anytime, but I love waffles with any fruit in season smothered in whip cream. No syrup required.
    Also eggs any way with fresh veggies. ummm good

  11. Our favorite ‘Brinner’ meal is scrambled eggs, potatoes, and whatever fresh veggie that come out of the garden.

    But I have to say – Sunday morning waffles are our favorite meal of the week!!

  12. What a fun giveaway! I LOVE brinner! I make something called “ugly eggs”. It basically is breakfast with eggs cracked over them and scrambled into an ugly, delicious mess!

  13. Crepes. While they are more work than just pancakes, they have great potential to fill every desire you could want in a brinner. They can be uber-sweet or remarkably savory and still be a breakfast dish. They can be simple or complex and as light or heavy as you want. But most importantly, they can satisfy anyone’s brinner cravings and then be perfect for dessert (they even work well with aperitifs).

  14. Tori this is exciting. I am so tired I can’t see straight though, is it open to us Cancuks? I’d quite likely so a banana nutella waffle if I had this.

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