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SABABA Cookbook Giveaway will Sweeten your Holiday
SABABA by ADEENA SUSSMAN, published by AVERY, an imprint of Penguin Publishing Group, a division of Penguin Random House, LLC. Copyright © 2019 by ADEENA SUSSMAN

SABABA Cookbook Giveaway will Sweeten your Holiday

Sababa; Fresh, Sunny Flavors from my Israeli Kitchen, the just released cookbook by Adeena Sussman, is AWESOME. In fact, the word sababa is Hebrew slang (borrowed from Arabic) for awesome.

We think the timing of this Israeli cookbook release is so awesome that we’re offering a giveaway of one copy to a lucky reader who enters to win by answering our question below.

(For more on why we love this cookbook, scroll down to read our overview or click here. Be sure to scroll to the bottom of that blogpost to find Sussman’s recipe for Chewy Tahini Blondies).

Enter to win by leaving a comment below.

What is the one dish you serve at Rosh HaShanah that is everyone’s favorite?

You may enter multiple times by commenting on our facebook page by clicking here and on instagram @kosherlikeme.

Contest runs from Wednesday, 9/11/19 until Sunday, 9/15/19 at 12n.

Please enter with an email address or account that you check regularly. Mailing addresses must be in the contiguous USA.

Can’t wait for your copy of SABABA or not feeling playful today? Click here to order your copy (and maybe one for your bestie or fave relative, too?)

 

SABABA by ADEENA SUSSMAN, published by AVERY, an imprint of Penguin Publishing Group, a division of Penguin Random House, LLC. Copyright © 2019 by ADEENA SUSSMAN

61 Comments

  1. I pull out my edible food markers and lollipop sticks and buy a bag or two of Trader Joe’s pareve marshmallows (the only kosher brand my family will eat). Then I put the marshmallows on sticks, decorate them with bees, apples, the year, etc., and put them out with the dessert, whether my meal is fleishig or milchig. I usually leave the supplies out with a few untouched marshmallows for anyone who wants to decorate his/her own.

  2. I have such a hard time with thinking of fresh new ideas to cook on a budget in israel, having recently moved there, and Adeena just knocks it out of the park with her creativity and simplicity-I need some of that in my life (and Shuk shopping!)

  3. I make a carrot and dried apricot casserole from a recipe that was my mother’s, so not only do we start the New Year with sweet food but also with sweet memories of someone we loved very much.

  4. I missed the contest ( to win a free copy of the cookbook),but i was inspired by reading peoples jewish new yearsrecipes etc.,…Traditionaly serve,Blini with caviar,or cream fraiche,and babka cake-bread with chocolate and espresso swirled into it before baking,and espresso coffee and tea to drink,and sparkling water,and coleslaw/with horseradish mayo, and a souffle,(choice of which kind of souffle,
    is by a vote of chef’ and invited guests),or quiche.

    • Hi Danielle, Sorry you missed the contest but watch for others coming up soon. Thanks so much for taking the time to share your traditions with us. Sounds like a delicious spread, indeed.I love that you vote about some of your choices :))

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