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Category:Hanukkah foods. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation, search. Foods associated with the Jewish festival of Hanukkah.

The Best Hanukkah Recipes : Food Network


Celebrate Hanukkah with braised brisket, crispy latkes, fresh doughnuts, and more recipes and ideas from Food Network.

20 Hanukkah Food Recipes - Best Hanukkah Dishes—Delish.com


Sep 19, 2016 ... Break out the Menorah, the dreidels, and of course the food because it's time to celebrate Hanukkah! Try these Hanukkah recipes featuring ...

10 Festive Foods For A Hanukkah Celebration | Huffington Post


Dec 13, 2011 ... Every year Hanukkah brings together family and friends to commemorate a miraculous event in ancient times, when after the Maccabean revolt, ...

Common Hanukkah Food Traditions - Judaism - About.com


Like many Jewish holidays, there are traditions for Hanukkah foods. Fried foods such as sufganiyot (jelly-filled doughnuts) and latkes are popular.

Hanukkah Food Traditions with Menus and Recipes - Kosher Food


An overview of Hanukkah food traditions, along with menus and recipes for the Jewish Festival of Light.

Hanukkah Recipes | Food & Wine


F&W's ultimate Hanukkah recipes include classic favorites like brisket and latkes, Gail Simmons's Hanukkah picks, sublime doughnuts and more.

Hanukkah Dinner Menu | Food & Wine


Jessamyn Waldman, founder of Hot Bread Kitchen, grew up in Canada eating challah, the Jewish Sabbath bread. Unlike the eggy challahs of the Ashkenazi ...

The Four Best Hanukkah Food Traditions | Oh Nuts Blog


People look forward to the exchanging of Hanukkah gifts, spinning the dreidel, lighting the menorah, and eating some delicious Hanukkah food. Some people ...

Hanukkah Food Traditions, From Latkes to Gelt - Bon Appétit


Dec 5, 2012 ... Can't tell latkes from sufganiyot? Neal Pollack offers a primer on the deep-fried flavors of Hanukkah.

Sunday, December 25, 2016 at sundown - Sunday, January 01, 2017
The first day of Hanukkah is the start of the Hanukkah period, which lasts for eight days, from the 25th day of the month of Kislev to the second day of Tevet in the Hebrew calendar.
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Recipes for Hanukkah - My Jewish Learning


When is Hanukkah 2016? Click here to find out! On Hanukkah is it customary to eat foods that are either fried in oil or made with cheese. The fr ...

Hanukkah Foods - How-To - Chanukah - Hanukkah - Chabad.org


It is customary to eat oily foods and dairy on Chanukah. Find out why...

29 Miraculous Foods To Make For Hanukkah - BuzzFeed


Nov 11, 2013 ... 29 Miraculous Foods To Make For Hanukkah. One bite of chicken liver paté on toast with maple syrup apples is almost as miraculous as that ...