Creative latke variations are all the rage, so Stephanie decided to try her hand at her own version: the latke shakshuka. When potato pancakes meet these tomato sauce-poached eggs, magic happens.
Esther is getting ready for the Chanukah traditions her family has adopted over the years and getting excited about the smell of fried food permeating the house (yes, she actually likes it!).
Don’t let the trauma of Chanukah parties of years past dissuade you—it’s possible to enjoy all the best of the holiday in a way that’s free of stress and of post-frying odors.
Back in 2000, Paula spent the eight days of Chanukah on hospital bed rest awaiting the arrival of her own Maccabees, her twin boys. Here’s a healthier Chanukah and birthday dessert for them.
Zeppole, zalabia and brisket…This year’s Chanukah Top 10 has everything you need to make all eight days of Chanukah delicious, from main courses to accompany latkes to desserts that celebrate oil in a different way.
Celebrating Chanukah is a feast for the eyes, spirit and stomach. But after the haze of latkes and doughnuts fades, it’s time to turn to fresh, light foods for winter nourishment.
We know what it means when that great holiday mashup of Thanksgivukkah is done and the calendar turns a page. It’s Shabbat! It’s the third night of Chanukah (with five more nights to follow)! And it’s time for…leftovers!
It’s one thing to pick and cure a supply of olives to last the year, but quite another to turn the harvest into oil. One effort that grows out of friendship results in sweet abundance.
[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.
[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.