Thanksgiving is always a special time for families and friends to come together. This year, there’s an extra reason to celebrate. It’s the first time in 125 years the first night of Chanukkah will fall on Thanksgiving. The two holidays won’t overlap again until 2070! Click through for incredible dishes that’ll honor both traditions.
Breaking bread together is particularly rewarding with this classic recipe, which lets kids try their hand at kneading and braiding dough.
These Chanukkah staples are crispy, tender and delicious. Mixing the batter in the blender makes it smooth enough to spread thin and cook through quickly. Small pancakes maximize crisp edges. There are never enough.
Potato pancakes are usually topped with applesauce or sour cream. It just goes to show there are so many ways to dress this popular, traditional treat.
These mini matzah balls are light and airy, so even when you're feeling under the weather, this nutritious soup won't weigh you down.
If Italians had invented roast turkey, it would turn out something like this. Wonderfully fragrant with garlic and rosemary, this savory roast turkey makes an impressive holiday feast that's sure to wow your guests.
This very veggie recipe makes a wonderful side dish on its own but it’s even better when paired with other phenomenal Thanksgivingukkah favorites. Note: Substitute butter with margarine.
This colorful salad is filled with crisp greens, crunchy carrot and sweet citrus fruit.
This simple yet flavorful green bean recipe — made all the more easy with frozen beans, if you like — is a great holiday side dish.
A touch of color and tartness sets this apple pie apart from the classic standby. Mixing the crumb topping makes a fun job for young helpers. Note: Substitute butter with margarine.
In Hebrew, jelly doughnuts are called sufganiyot and they’re the number one Chanukkah treat. You can use plum, strawberry or apricot preserves for the sweet, fruity filling.
Ginger and Pear Compote for Latkes
Mini Matzah Ball Soup
Rosemary Garlic Roast Turkey
Roasted Butternut Squash
Green and Orange Harvest Salad with Citrus Dressing
Green Beans with Walnuts
Cranberry Apple Pie
Israeli Jelly Doughnuts
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