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Win Talisman Design Cherry Chomper

 

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You can win this handy gadget (courtesy of The Kitchen Clique)! All you have to do is be the one to nominate the person chosen for the Balabusta* of the Month, to be featured in an upcoming issue of Joy of Kosher with Jamie Geller magazine.

There are several ways to nominate someone:

1. In the comments down below, you can nominate your pick for Balabusta of the Month – tell us who, and why she deserves to be featured.

2. You can email us at balabusta@joyofkosher.com – tell us who, and why, she deserves to be featured.

3. You can tweet us at @joyofkosher, or Facebook us!

Only one nomination per person, one Balabusta (or Balabus)will be chosen by the JoK editorial staff to be featured in an upcoming issue of Joy of Kosher with Jamie Geller magazine. Contest is open to US residents only. Contest closes Wednesday June 29th 2011 at 9am. Good Luck!!

CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED. WINNER WILL BE ANNOUNCED SHORTLY.

More on the Talisman Design Cherry Chomper:

Take the hassle out of cherry pitting in a way that even kids will enjoy. Pits and juice stay in bin, and the tooth protects fingers from the plunger. A fun, safe and easy way to remove cherry pits without the mess.
Value $12.99

*Balabusta – a Yiddish expression describing an excellent homemaker.

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About Hadassah Sabo Milner

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HaDassah Sabo Milner is a Welsh Jew who lives in Monsey NY. She is a writer and a blogger and a lifelong foodie. She's married with four sons who provide her with much fodder for her writing projects. HaDassah is also a social media rockstar who can update multiple platforms simultaneously whilst cooking Shabbat dinner for 70. You can find her on Facebook, Twitter Twittr , and read her blog In The Pink .

 

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15 Responses to Win Talisman Design Cherry Chomper

  1. avatar says: Amy

    I nominate my mother in law. Her home is always perfectly clean and welcoming, her food brings everyone to her home, and she never seems to break a sweat!

  2. I nominate a comunity woman with bli ayin hara a large family, who runs a catering business from her home

  3. i nominate my mother in law for always being organized and having some new dish to put on the table for every holiday

  4. Win or lose my wife Arlene Riseman has been a major Balabusta for 54 years of marriage. Our home is like a revolving door with our children and seven granchildren here at any given moment. Every Shabbos has a crowd and there is always too much delicious food. Having learned from their Bubbe the grandchildren are on their way to kosher cooking success And she is indeed a chosen woman, chosen to set an example for all to follow.

  5. I nominate my good friend, Suri Messinger. In addition to her daily duties as a preschool teacher and a well known comedianne in our community, Suri cooks and bakes like a gourmet chef. Additionally, she has a very organized and functional home and her two special needs children and her husband are well taken care of and certainly well-fed. Sur is also a baales chesed and is known to take her delicious baked goods to friends who need it for their own simchos or “just because.” You would do well to honor Suri with baalbusta of the month!

  6. avatar says: sar

    I nominate my very good friend and surrogate mother T.L. . She is not only an amazing and innovative cook, her home is ALWAYS open to friends , friends of friends and friends of friends of friends. She and her family have amazing middos and are so welcoming and kind. When ever I had out of town friends or family come we ALWAYS visited her for a meal or just to say hi. My friends and family always ask to go back because she makes you feel at home and loved right away!

  7. avatar says: Debbie

    I nominate my incredible sister-in-law Goldi who always has hot, mouth watering potato kugel waiting for us as we come through the door Friday afternoon and a scrumptious menu in store for Shabbos – from soup to nuts! The table is set with china and crystal fit for a king and she makes sure that every guest feels welcome and part of the family (even if he isn’t lucky enough to be related!)

  8. I nominate my friend Raizy Weinreb she can make any recipe easy or complicated, fattening or dietetic, quicker and better then anyone I know. “Thats My Friend”!!!!! She is a balabusta par excellance!!!

  9. avatar says: Deborah

    There only one person who it can be MY IMA

  10. avatar says: Rachel

    My Husband is the most amazing Balabus. From the beginning of our marriage (of 7 years) he’s always been the cook in the family. Yes, I’ll help in kitchen but he’s the boss in that portion of the house. When we were first married, i was working crazy hours that got me home late on Thursday nights, and only an hour before shabbat on Fridays. So needless to say he was the one who took over the cooking. Otherwise, we’d starve. It would make for an easy way to avoid the “freshman fifteen” people often referred to as the weight gain during Shannah Rishona.
    Anyway, the way things worked out made us quite popular with our young community. Wives were jealous, husbands hated us. But thank G-d for our charmer personalities….right? From the start, he was a great cook. He loved it. So who was I to get in the way of a good thing? Today, 7 years later, aside from an amazing cook, chazzan, music producer, and most of all- husband and father….he’s still creating the best meals in the ‘hood.
    He’ll hate the attention if you call him up. What kind of wife would I be if i didn’t like to watch my husband squirm?!

  11. avatar says: Bruchie

    I nominate my aunt Judy for always having the most gourmet, beautiful meals

  12. I nominate My best friend she always keeps her house clean and makes good meals

  13. I nominate my Dad, he comes to mind because, of Father’s day and grilling season. He helps around the house and like a culinary King on the grill.

  14. i nominate my husband, he grills like there’s no tomorrow

  15. THE WINNER OF THIS CONTEST WAS JOY MULLER!!