Promukkah: A Prom-Themed Hannukah Party

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 […]

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Gingerbread Sufganiyot (Hanukkah Doughnuts)

  Christmas and the first night of Hanukkah fall on the same day this year. Growing up the child of a divorced, interreligious family, this would have blown my mind even more than it does as an adult. While I was raised primarily in my Jewish mother’s home, my brother and I spent every Christmas […]

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Ponchiki: Polish Cheese Doughnut Holes

There are two stories associated with Hanukkah: One tells how the vial of oil that was supposed to last for one day lasted for eight, and the other is the story of Judith and how she saved her town from annihilation at the hands of General Holefernes by getting him drunk on salty cheese and […]

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Burmolikos: Bulgarian Matzah Puffs

Missing morning carb treats like doughnuts? No need to stress if you are following the culinary traditions for Passover. Burmolikos are light, soft puffs of egg and matzah that are fried in oil (and bear no resemblance to heavy matzah fritters). They are a wonderful treat eaten by Bulgarian Jews during Passover and year-round because they are […]

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Hanukkah Recipes

Our favorite Hanukkah recipes

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A is for Abraham, B is for Ball (of meat), C is for Cake, and D is for Doughnuts!

In the Torah, Genesis 18:2 talks about how Abraham welcomes strangers (who would turn out to be angels) into his tent and gives them food and drink. For their kindness to strangers, Abraham and Sarah are blessed. Modern translation: If you want to be blessed on your wedding day, make sure the people are fed. […]

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Thanksgivukkah Recipes

Thanksgivukkah recipes reprinted from JewishBoston.com

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Cranberry Sauce-Filled Sufganiyot Recipe

A Thanksgivukkah recipe from JewishBoston.com

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Traditional Foods of Hanukkah

Because of the miracle of the oil, it’s traditional to eat fried foods during Hanukkah

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