Posts Tagged ‘Chanukah’

Tradition is a Beautiful Thing

Every Rosh Hashanah I make the same meal for dinner—brisket with roasted sweet potatoes and apples and a fall salad with pears and pomegranates. I also make an apple cake and a round challah. We always  celebrate with our close friends who we’ve known since the kids were all toddlers. I tried to switch it…

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Modern Menorahs

We rounded up a beautiful selection of modern menorahs for Chanukah. They’re so lovely you’ll want to keep them displayed all year long.

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Latkes – The Classic – Improved

FORGET sweet potato and apple. Same goes for celery root, beet and carrot, zucchini, stuffed and filled. I may be modern but I’m also a minimalist and I like my latkes the old fashioned way. Nothing fancy. Potato, onion, a little flour or matzoh meal and a little salt and that’s it.

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Chanukah Treats and Other Good Stuff

If you don’t have time to fry up your own latkes, get them delivered from Linda’s Latkes. They make regular, vegan and gluten free.  They’ll even keep in the freezer for a year.  You can also order latkes with the works from the Lower East Side classic,  Russ and Daughters. Impress your friends with some…

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