Dana here. Even though Thanksgivukkah has come and gone, I thought I would write about how we, as an interfaith couple, celebrated. Thanksgiving has been a tricky holiday for us. Chris’ family always does Thanksgiving at his parents’ home with a morning football game and other traditions while my family tends to switch it […]
I know we are supposed to be in a time of joy and merriment but if you’re feeling like I am, everything is overwhelming right now. Preparing for the holidays can be busy! Are you shopping, cooking, traveling, negotiating, planning, decorating, compromising, missing and wishing? Are you feeling well or exhausted? Are you busy squeezing […]
A video and recipe from JewishBoston.com with New England Soup Factory’s Marjorie Druker.
Thanksgivukkah recipes reprinted from JewishBoston.com
I’ll admit it. I’m obsessed with Thaksgivukkah—the once-in-a-lifetime event occurring on November 28, 2013 when Thanksgiving will coincide with the first day of Hanukkah. The two holidays seem destined to go together: Both celebrate religious freedom and both involve family gatherings and special holiday foods. And, being a holiday that falls in 2013, there’s the […]
This vegetarian-friendly recipe gets its meatiness from mushrooms instead of turkey. And while most versions require an overnight staling of the bread, you can do the same thing in about 45 minutes in a warm oven.
A Thanksgivukkah recipe from JewishBoston.com
Pumpkin purée and classic pumpkin pie spices give these doughnuts a soft, comforting texture and taste.
A Thanksgivukkah Olive Oil Cake recipe from JewishBoston.com
Not your average kugel, but perfect for the double holiday.