Do you have a delicious recipe that you want to share with the world? Here’s your chance. Submit your festive recipe to CookKosher.com from today until December 2 and your recipe will be entered to be one of two grand prize winners.
Winner #1 will have their recipe professionally tested, styled, photographed, and included in an upcoming cookbook in the best-selling “Made Easy” Series. The winner will also be given their choice of a Kitchen-Aid Stand Mixer or a private cooking class (see below)
will have their recipe professionally tested, styled, photographed, and featured on the OvertimeCook
blog, the top kosher blog. The winner will also be given their choice of a Kitchen-Aid Stand Mixer or a private cooking class (see below)
But that’s not all!
CookKosher will be hosting a bi-weekly raffle for amazing prizes—perfect for Hanukkah gift giving! Stop by every Monday and Thursday to find out if you won the prize, and what our next prize will be!
Every recipe submitted to CookKosher.com
and tagged 'contest' will automatically be entered to win one of the grand prizes, as well as our bi-weekly raffle!
See? Click “Contest” and you’re in!
Upload a photo and you’ll receive a double entry into our bi-weekly raffle. Review another recipe on CookKosher.com
and you’ll also receive an additional entry.
Some of the goodies you might win just for entering.
Check back for additional prizes every week.
Grand prize winners will be judged by your favorite cooks & pals in the kitchen:
Leah Schapira, Victoria Dwek & Miriam Pascal
Private Cooking Classes include one of the following:
Bake the Night Away
with Miriam Pascal, author of the OvertimeCook
blog and popular Whisk columnist.
Meringues & Macarons
with Victoria Dwek, managing editor of Whisk and co-author of the Made Easy Cookbook
Kitchen-Aid sponsored by CookKosher.com . Private classes can only be given within the NY/NJ area. Geographic restrictions apply. Winners outside the area will receive the Kitchen-Aid Stand Mixer.
Recipes cannot be from another cookbook or website, although recipes may be inspired or adapted from another source.