Holiday Cookbook Give-Away!
Perfect for Pesach by Naomi Nachman @2017

Holiday Cookbook Give-Away!

If you’re looking for some new ideas for your Passover holiday menu but still lean into the classics we’ve gotcha covered.

We’re offering one copy of Naomi Nachman’s Perfect for Pesach cookbook in a quickie give-away. Take a look at our review and the seductive recipe for dairy-free, gluten-free Fudgy Chocolate Bundt Cake with Coffee Glaze by scrolling down or clicking here.

We think you’ll be convinced to play. And, YES, we agree that you should eat kugel!

To enter this contest simply answer this question:

Which Passover meals do you find the most challenging to prepare or to be inspired to cook? (foreshadowing alert: We’ve got help on the way to inspire you to make better breakfasts.)

You may gain extra entries by subscribing to this blog. Just enter your address in the SUBSRIBE box to your right. Gain another entry by commenting on our give-away post on Facebook here.

Contest runs March 22- Sunday 26, 2017 at 6:00 PM.

We’ll notify the lucky winner on March 27 and ship this beautiful volume right to you so you have plenty of time to plan for the holiday.

USA entries, only, please. Sorry but we can only ship stateside.

Good luck! xo Liz


Cover image reprinted, with permission, from Perfect for Pesach by Naomi Nachman

Artscroll/Shaar Press / March 2017




  1. Two answers come to mind: dinner the day AFTER the Seders and not relying on leftovers and also as the week goes on, trying to figure out how to disguise matzo or matzo meal one more time without everyone saying they are tired of it!

  2. every year I have tried unsuccessfully to make a potato kugel for my family, and have not yet mastered not…so now at 70, In want to know the secrets to make na fluffy and not greasy potato kugel….

  3. My problem is how to keep the matzos “interesting” all week! I’ve tried kugels and can’t seem to get them right, which is frustrating because I am an experienced cook.

  4. I find it difficult to have snacks on the ready for my kids between meals. I seem to buy more junk food during Passover and then get upset when everyone is eating the chips or candy I normally wouldn’t have in my house.

  5. I find all meals difficult during Passover!!! Everything is full of eggs or matzah. By the end of the holiday, I don’t want to see another piece of matzah till next Passover!! I find the seders the most difficult because while trying to stay traditional, I also want to add new and fresh dishes to enhance the seder experience. It is difficult to mesh both together during the holiday experience. Any help would be truly gratefully appreciated!!!!

  6. dinners are hard, keeping it interesting! I am recovering from a stroke, not cooking as much, sorta lost my mojo, trying to get it back, We don’t eat gebrukts, so constantly looking for new,good, diabetic, and simple!

  7. I struggle the most with Lunches. Dinners and Breakfast can be protein based, but I find I struggle with doing something other than matzah and cream cheese for lunch.

  8. All the delicious desserts that we used to eat during Passover are so full of sugar. This year I have to cut back on my baking, as my husband has become diabetic. Maybe I will just make the desserts and just hide them from him! Oh, good idea!

    • Hi Linda, Thanks for your comment here. Just a head’s up that the contest ended yesterday, 3/26 at 6:00 PM. I’m still glad to hear what’s on your mind, though. Liz

  9. I don’t find the Seder meal too difficult because by the time we eat all the required foods no one is very hungry. But I have an extreme sensitivity to eggs and finding dishes that don’t require a gazillion eggs is very difficult during Passover.

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