Hanukkah

Hanukkah’s Greatest Food Hits

Curried Sweet Potato Latkes
Hanukkah isn't just a feast of fried foods (although we do love latkes). There are plenty of recipes that jazz up the classics, from sweet potato latkes to pumpkin challah bread. So here are some... read more

Tasting Notes: Lompoc's 8 Malty Nights Chocolate Rye Porter

8 Malty Nights Chocolate Rye Porter
Before you light the last candle in the menorah, toast to Hanukkah with a glass of Lomboc's 8 Malty Nights Chocolate Rye. The porter is part of the Portland-based restaurant and brewery's new... read more

Roll-Your-Own Rugelach

Rugelach
The unmistakable smell of warm butter and flour baking in the oven is a holiday favorite for many bakers. It's a scent that Joanna Perl, of Perl Girl Baking Co., loves... But her friends? "... read more

Edible Hanukkah Activities for Kids

Gelt
Every child loves playing with food, and what better way to enjoy crafted creations than by eating it when all is said and done. So, instead of thinking of favorite holiday games or crafts to do with... read more

Latke Potluck Party

Sweet Potato Latkes
After the Thanksgiving turkey is roasted, and all the leftovers have been eaten – and eaten again, many people’s stomachs begin gearing up for another favorite foodie holiday, Hanukkah.... read more

Hanukkah Deep-Fried Foods Menu

Apple Fritters
Known as the Festival of Lights, Hanukkah is an eight-day holiday that celebrates the miracle of oil. The best-known food eaten during Hanukkah are latkes, but we've got some new flavors for... read more

Top Hanukkah Recipes

Hanukkah Cookies
Even though latkes are a Hanukkah favorite, it might be a good idea to cook something else as well. Here’s a list of some of the best Hanukkah recipes on the web. Click here to see the History... read more

The History of Hanukkah Foods with Historian and Rabbi Gil Marks

Brass Menorah
Hanukkah (“dedication” in Hebrew) commemorates the rededication of the Temple in Jerusalem by the Hasmoneans (Maccabees) in 165 BCE. Until the 20th century in America, Hanukkah was a very... read more