Are you gearing up to make a pile of latkes this year? This is the time where we pull down those family favorite recipes, but no family recipe is alike or maybe you don’t have family recipes and that’s OK—we can supply you with some. Are you a potato latke family? Vegetables? Something a little more […]
I created the Hanukkah book I wished my family had
This holiday party menu is as easy as it is beautiful, and perfect for guests of different religions
This year InterfaithFamily/Atlanta hosted our first annual Promukkah: Prom-themed Hannukah party in our Ponce City Market office! The evening was a blast with rockin’ dance music spun by Russell Gotchalk of the Atlanta Jewish Music Festival, delicious nosh, a corsage/boutonniere making station and a very popular photobooth. Highlights include dancing the hora as we celebrated […]
Our Guide to Hanukkah for Interfaith Families
Hello again. Anne and Sam here. You may remember us from the InterfaithFamily Wedding Blog. A few years have passed and we have a 5-month-old son, Jack. As new parents we may not know how to handle teething or potty training yet, but we would like to share some of our experiences with you, especially […]
Almost every culture has a way of using up stale bread, from Italian panzanellas to Lebanese fatoush salads, from crisped bits of bread at the bottom of a French onion soup to croutons on a garden salad. Inspired by mandel/Shkedei marak, which are mini crackers that Israelis (and Jewish Americans) like to pour in their soup, this fall salad has sweet potato mandel. Mandel are used like New England’s oyster crackers, but they are much smaller in size.
Our booklet explaining Hanukkah. What to expect, its history, customs, foods and games.
Find recipes, videos, how-to’s and more about celebrating Hanukkah
Children enjoy helping their parents prepare for special occasions, and Hanukkah is no exception.