This recipe gives a Hanukkah dish a sweet autumnal spin.
Did the Pilgrims celebrate Hanukkah? No. Did they know about it, and the Maccabees? Certainly.
These activities were created using the same techniques that Gateways uses with its students with special learning needs and are also great for young children.
Not your average kugel, but perfect for the double holiday.
A dessert that feeds a crowd—what dish better fits both Hanukkah and Thanksgiving?
This vegetarian-friendly recipe gets its meatiness from mushrooms instead of turkey.
Want something fun to do while your turkey is in the oven? Sharpen your pencil and download our original crossword puzzle with clues related to both Hanukkah and Thanksgiving (many of which can be solved by exploring this website!).
Here are eight suggestions of how to use Thanksgivukkah as a launch pad for learning, giving and values-based family activities.
You’ve probably heard of Judah and the Maccabees, but what about Judith? At one time, the story of Judith—a young widow who killed the Assyrian general and led the Israelites to victory—was considered an important part of the Hanukkah narrative.
You might find that while Thanksgiving is normally a convergence of certain friends or family members, and Hanukkah is normally celebrated with other loved ones, this dual holiday will bring new people together. Here are a few things to think about as you plan for your gathering, whether you’re a host or a guest.