There are lots of ways to make oil shine (and glisten) for Chanukah, and they don’t have to be deep-fried. This year, Judith put together a guide to a non-fried Chanukah.
Even before she met her non-Jewish bashert (soul mate), Stacey discovered that Christmas wasn’t just a day for Christians, but rather for everyone who wants to spend time with people they love.
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When thinking about a cocktail to serve with a Chanukah meal, I…
We typically associate Chanukah with potatoes, but potatoes, although ancient, were not always part of the Chanukah repertoire. Nevertheless, the cold-loving starchy tuber took well to Chanukah’s dark time of year.
It’s that time of year: when Christmas carols play nonstop everywhere you go. Here’s Laura Silver’s Jewish version of a classic carol—performed by classical singer Rachel Levine, too. Sing along!
Here’s what we think: Chanukah comes just once a year, so make it count. Don’t waste time or calories on subpar temple carnival latkes. Instead, go for those foods that make Chanukah truly glisten.