The perfect latke doesn’t come from a recipe—it’s all about technique.
This year’s holiday season has been made extra joyous with the coincidence of Hanukkah and Thanksgiving. Both holidays are especially meaningful for those with disabilities: Hanukkah is a celebration of fortitude and survival, while Thanksgiving is an expression of our gratefulness.
This vegetarian-friendly recipe gets its meatiness from mushrooms instead of turkey.
A few weeks ago, to celebrate the once-in-a-lifetime super-holiday known as Thanksgivukkah, Food52 challenged Serious Eats to a friendly competition: Whose community could dream up the finest Hanukkah/Thanksgiving mash-up recipe?
Eating cheese products is a custom to commemorate the involvement of Judith and women in the events of Hanukkah. Here are tips from a former cheesemonger to help you bring the best in tasty cheeses to your holiday gathering.
This table setting takes the best of each holiday and combines them together.
A Massachusetts native says his “elf envy” led to creating a holiday alternative to “Elf on the Shelf” for Jewish kids during Hanukkah.
From CBS Boston
Sorry Festivus, you’ve been out-buzzed. This year it’s all about Thanksgivukkah, a term coined to describe the unique confluence of holidays that will happen next month, when the first day of Hanukkah and Thanksgiving wind up falling on the same date.
When JewishBoston.com interviewed Mayor Menino in October, he said he would officially proclaim Nov. 28 “Thanksgivukkah” in the city of Boston. He kept his word, and we have the proclamation to prove it!
To the average Israeli, there’s just something about Thanksgiving that’s…well, completely irrelevant.