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.
The American pop culture mash-up that has given us the menurkey is quickly becoming a commercialized holiday.
Plimoth Plantation’s food team created four recipes for traditional Jewish foods inspired by the 17th century—Harvest Tzimmes, Cranberry-Orange Kugel, Curd Fritters and “Good As Gelt” Pancakes.
From Plimoth Plantation
Share our eight original (and free!) Thanksgivukkah e-cards with family and friends to get in the double-holiday spirit.
Ask and you shall receive.
From Boston Magazine
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.
In honor of this historic holiday mash-up, Bon Appétit fired up the anti-test kitchen and developed some combo dishes that should never make it onto your dining room tables.
From Bon Appétit
Every week, Rabbi Yael Buechler paints her nails. Only, unlike most of us, she isn’t on the prowl for the new Essie obsession. Every manicure has a purpose: to represent that week’s Torah portion.
From The Jewish Daily Forward
Nail artist Hannah Pearlman created celestial galaxy nails to celebrate the fact that Thanksgivukkah is happening only because the stars aligned.
This recipe gives a Hanukkah dish a sweet autumnal spin.