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EST. 2011 BY LIZ RUEVEN
Little Book of Jewish Appetizers GIVEAWAY!
Little Book of Jewish Appetizers by Leah Koenig, photographs by Linda Pugliese (Chronicle Books, 2017)

Little Book of Jewish Appetizers GIVEAWAY!

Note: This give-away is now closed. Congrats to Michelle from Jericho, NY. And a big thanks to all of you who took the time to leave your comments here, on facebook and on instagram. We loved reaching each and every one of them. Watch for another giveaway soon.

We couldn’t be more excited for Leah Koenig’s Little Book of Jewish Appetizers. This beautifully photographed cookbook is a treasure of recipes that may just inspire you to skip the mains (ok. Maybe not for Thanksgiving) and create a celebration around easy to prep small bites. We’re giving away one copy this week so be sure to enter to win, below.

For more on why we love this collection of recipes and an easy peasy recipe for muhammara, scroll down or click here 

 

Enter to win a few ways:

Leave a comment below to let us know which appetizer do you see at gatherings that is in need of an update?

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We’ll chose a random winner from the entries here on the blog, on our facebook page, and on our instagram feed @kosherlikeme. Enter in all places if you want extra chances.

This contest will run from 11/15/17- 11/18/17 at 9:00 PM, EST.

USA mailing addresses only, please. Be sure to check your email as we’ll contact you early Sunday morning and will want to hear back from the winner ASAP.

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Note: This is a kosher cookbook with plenty of vegetarian and vegan options. Go get inspired!

 

 

 

 

 

 

39 Comments

  1. I think an update on the classics is necessary (hummus, babaganoush, etc.), maybe with variations for people with special dietary needs (caliacs, ibs, etc.), and make ahead, cook for a crowd, etc., tips. Thank you

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