photo by john gara: buzzfeed

This year, the first night of Hanukkah falls on Thanksgiving, and so November 28, 2013 has been dubbed Thanksgivukkah.  I learned about Thanksgivukkah from my father who sent me a link to this post on Buzzfeed.

photo by macey j. foronda: buzzfeed

The clever folks at Buzzfeed have come up with an intriguing Thanksgiving/Hanukkah related menu: potato latkes with cranberry-applesauce, Manischwitz brined turkey, sweet potato bourbon noodle-kugel, challah-apple stuffing, horseradish-chive mashed potatoes, rye pumpkin-pye, and pecan-pie rugelach.  You can find links to all their recipes here.

I'm not so sure about sweet potato bourbon noodle-kugel, but I mentioned the recipe for pecan pie rugelach to my brother, and we might just give it a try...

You can read more about Thanksgivukkah here at the SF Chronicle and ABC News websites.

asher weintraub: menurkey.com

And you can also click here to find out about a turkey-shaped menorah called a Menurkey.

Anyone else out there planning to celebrate Thanksgivukkah?

1 comment:

  1. Oh man, I can't wait to wish people a Happy Thanksgivvakah!


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