Kosher baker and cookbook author Paula Shoyer plans to make these pumpkin doughnuts for breakfast on Thanksgiving morning as a treat for the many family members who will be with her.
Thanksgiving and Hanukkah both fall on Nov. 28 this year, creating a super-holiday some are calling “Thanksgivukkah.”
From the “TODAY Show”
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On Thursday, Nov. 28, 2013, at the same time that Americans gorge themselves on turkey and weirdly textured cranberry desserts, American Jews will have another holiday to tend to also.
In the interest of bringing the best of both worlds together, here’s a New England-inspired beer sampler for Thanksgivukkah that matches up with the best of both holidays’ tasty treats.
Combined Jewish Philanthropies (CJP) President Barry Shrage schools us on the real story of Thanksgivukkah.
To help you (and those celebrating with you!) light the Hanukkah candles on Thanksgivukkah, we created this easy-to-follow, printable reference guide.
Last week, Kehillah Schechter Academy traveled to Plymouth to celebrate a fluke in the calendar: the convergence of Thanksgiving with the first day of Hanukkah, dubbed “Thanksgivukkah” by a Kehillah Schechter parent, Dana Gitell.
From The Boston Globe
This vegetarian-friendly recipe gets its meatiness from mushrooms instead of turkey.
This year, take a break from your nightly latkes and fry up some pickles instead.