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Thanksgivukkah

The Smells and Sounds of Thanks

The Smells and Sounds of Thanks

[THANKSGIVUKKAH] After years of attending the annual family gathering, gratitude started to happen in new places. But recreating the smells and sounds from her childhood home is something Stephanie is passing pass onto her children.

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Holiday Hits to Eat Out or Bring Home

Holiday Hits to Eat Out or Bring Home

[THANKSGIVUKKAH] No excuses and no guilt. Not everyone likes to cook every holiday meal…or any! Luckily, food options for dining out and bringing in are so mouth-watering that even dedicated cooks might decide to take advantage.

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Top Foodie Recipes for Thanksgivukkah

Top Foodie Recipes for Thanksgivukkah

[THANKSGIVUKKAH] Chefs, home cooks and even first-time cooks across America are casting aside guilty feelings and stocking up on oil…and squash, pumpkin, sweet potatoes plus, of course, the big bird for the once-in-many lifetimes holiday.

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Thanksgivukkah Flavors in Israel

Thanksgivukkah Flavors in Israel

[THANKSGIVUKKAH] Baked pumpkin spice donuts seem blasphemous next to the piles of luscious fried, jelly-filled sufganiyot in Jerusalem’s markets, but the flavors go a long way toward bringing home closer over the holidays.

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Gelt and Gobblers Share the Day

Gelt and Gobblers Share the Day

[THANKSGIVUKKAH] There’s a new holiday formula this year with its own vocabulary: Thanksgiving + Hanukkah = THANKSGIVUKKAH. And it won’t happen again for 70,000 years, so let’s party like it’s a once-in-many-lifetimes celebration!

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Lessons of a First Thanksgiving

Lessons of a First Thanksgiving

[THANKSGIVUKKAH] A first Thanksgiving didn’t seem difficult to do. So what if she’s Canadian? Maple syrup could only add to the dinner. But years later Marion Usher remembers blending different backgrounds and traditions can be bumpy.

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