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My eight days of celebrating

Judaism’s Festival of Lights, a.k.a. Hanukkah, is a winter celebration that involves lighting candles, giving small gifts to children and enjoying an array of festive foods in the company of loved ones. The best part is that it’s eight days long—plenty of time to learn and adopt some classic Jewish recipes into your holiday repertoire.
 

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Discover tips to liven up these holiday traditions!

Fry it up - Many of the foods traditionally enjoyed during Hanukkah are fried. The gold standard? Latkes, made from a shredded potato, onion and matzo meal mixture fried crisp and served with applesauce and sour cream. They’re delicious, and deserve a spot on every holiday table this season.
 

Make these delicious recipes part of your Holiday tradition.


 

 

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