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!
Find out why Thanksgivukkah is the ultimate reason to enjoy Manischewitz in this rap battle between Thanksgiving and Hanukkah.
Sweet potatoes are easy enough to make Hanukkah-appropriate—simply grate them and turn them into latkes.
This news segment may be in Hebrew, but it’s still fun to follow along. (Hint: You’ll recognize several Boston connections!)
From Israel Broadcasting Authority
Share our eight original (and free!) Thanksgivukkah e-cards with family and friends to get in the double-holiday spirit.
This homemade menorah uses pumpkins to bring a seasonal vibe to your holiday table and is a great way to engage kids of all ages.
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.
Are you planning the most amazing Thanksgivukkah celebration? We want to see it! Show us how you celebrated this once-in-a-lifetime double holiday in our Thanksgivukkah Celebration Photo Contest! Five winners will receive $50 Amazon gift cards.
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?
Riff on traditional potato latkes by using zucchini instead.