Latkes & Turkeys Unite: Eight Recipes for Your Thanksgivukkah Celebration

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It's a Hanukkah miracle!

This year, for the first time since 1888 (and according to one calculation, the last time for another 77,798 years), the first full day of the eight-day Jewish Festival of Lights falls on Thanksgiving Day.

It's Thanksgivukkah, y'all! Challah!

To honor this very special day, we've come up with 8 Dishes (including sides, a main and desserts) for Your Thanksgivukkah Feast.

Thanksgivukkah Menu

The Sides

  • Roasted Beet Salad w/ Toasted Hazelnuts & Horseradish Cream
  • Sweet Potato Latkes Two Ways
  • Brown Butter Mashed Potato-Kasha Knishes
  • Pickled Green Bean Salad w/ Crispy Fried Onions

    The Main

  • Apricot-Glazed Turkey w/ Herbed He'brew Ale Gravy

    The Desserts

  • Pumpkin Noodle Kugel
  • Cranberry Pecan Pie Rugelach

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    Linda Rogers Weiss
    Linda Rogers Weiss

    I can make a pretty good latke if I do say so myself! I need both sour cream and applesauce on mine though.

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