Millennial Kosher Cookbook Give-Away
Recipe/photo reprinted with permission from Millennial Kosher by Chanie Apfelbaum Artscroll/Shaar; April 2018

Millennial Kosher Cookbook Give-Away

It’s time for a cookbook give-away at Kosher Like Me! We know you’re a little fatigued from juggling life/kids/work/back to school and plenty of family and guests gathering at your place where you’ve treated them to divine meals.

Who wouldn’t be tired as a busy bee making honey?

SO we’re teeing up some more holiday and everyday inspiration for you as we offer ONE COPY OF MILLENNIAL KOSHER; RECIPES REINVENTED FOR THE MODERN PALATE by Chanie Apfelbaum, creator of the wildly successful kosher food blog, Busy in Brooklyn.

Did you catch our take on Chanie’s book in our previous blogpost? Scroll up or click here to read it.

Here’s how to enter the give-away:

Leave a comment at the end of this blogpost to let us know which traditional Jewish food is most in need of re-invention. Feel free to let us know how you would like to see it re-made (Hint: I’m crazy about Chanie’s twist on Spinach Matzah Ball Minestrone Soup).

Give-away will run from 9/25/18 at 8:00 PM EST through 9/28/18 at 5:00 PM EST.

This is a fast one due to the holiday, so jump right in to play. Gain extra entries by commenting @kosherlikeme on instagram and on facebook here. Each entry counts.

USA mailing addresses, only.

Winner will be notified on 9/30/18.

Can’t wait to win Millennial Kosher? Want to give it as a gift? Click the link here to purchase.

Good luck and happy holidays!



All photos and recipe reprinted with permission from Millennial Kosher by Chanie Apfelbaum; Artscroll/Shaar; April 2018

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  1. My copy of this cookbook arrived today and I have already marked up at least 10 recipes I have to try. Tonight I made the ramen noodle shakshuka and not only is it easy but it is delicious. I don’t need to be included in the contest but for all of you who don’t win a free copy of this book, I would suggest buying it or borrowing mine. This cookbook is worth having.

  2. Maybe not such a classic, but something like deli roll or anything usually made with puff pastry needs updating. I have a friend who makes a filo dough version and I make a veggie crusted version for my lo-carb eating hubby. In general, I think we need to remake anything that lacks veggies and is high in fat and low in fiber.

  3. I’d like to see recipes for different types of tsimmis. A fresher one for Passover with spring vegetables, and one for fall using the beginning of root vegetables. Could meat be added to any of them. (Mom always used flanken in the traditional recipe

  4. Latkes!!!^_^ Most recipes don’t make them with any other ingredients. It would be interesting to see variations with vegetables added, fruit added, or meat added. Making them spicey or sweet. Even having various sauces to put on them!!!^_^

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