Green expert and mom Stef Newman provides creative tips for encouraging your family to stay green this season.
There’s nothing wrong with cherishing our childhood myths while at the same time assimilating a more historical understanding of the holidays that serve as the framework for our Jewish observance.
Once-in-a-lifetime overlap this year creates new culinary combos and cultural mashups
From New York Daily News
It’s a turkey. It’s a menorah. It’s Thanksgivukkah!
From the Associated Press
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.
Dana Gitell is the one who dubbed the Hanukkah/Thanksgiving holiday overlap “Thanksgivukkah” and created great merchandise to celebrate it.
When I was growing up I always learned that Hanukkah was a holiday about defending the Jewish people against assimilation; now that I’m an adult and in an interfaith family, that feels like an awkward thing to teach my kids. How do I teach the story in a way that doesn’t feel like it’s critiquing our own family’s existence?
President Obama sends his warm wishes to all those celebrating Hanukkah—and Thanksgivukkah.
From the White House
This song is based on Mike Tompkins’s a cappella version of Taio Cruz’s “Dynamite.”
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.