A group of children receive instructions on making potato-latkes. If you've always wanted to learn about this noble tradition but were ashamed to ask... here's your chance!

Latkes How-To

Latkes How-To

Topics: Latkes
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Eliezer Zalmanov for Chabad.org December 15, 2015

This is an edited video. You can be sure that the eggs are indeed checked when necessary, and that they all recited a blessing before eating. Reply

joe noe ?????????????? December 10, 2014

poor video and sound and the eggs wernt even checked for blood!!!! Reply

Anonymous ohio March 4, 2013

i think you have to check the eggs according to jewish law! (whoever wants to know its called a Cuisinart) Reply

Anonymous n.y., u.s.a. January 23, 2012

according to halacha one must CHECK
the eggs. no one checked it in this video Reply

Shawntelle Omaha, NE November 12, 2011

It's a CuisinArt, it's a food processor Reply

Rena Minnetonka, MN November 9, 2011

Hi, can you please tell me what is the name of the machine you used to grind potatoes? It sounded like Qweezi Nork?
Thank you. Reply

Levi Stern November 30, 2007

After Serving the Latkes BEFORE EATING YOU MUST MAKE A BLESSING; Baruch atta Ado-noy Eh-lo-hay-nu Me-lech ha-oh-lam, Boray pe-ree ha-ada-mah.
AND THEN A AFTER BLESSING; Baruch atta Ado-noy Eh-lo-hay-nu Me-lech ha-oh-lam, Boray ne-fah-shot rah-bot ve-chet-roh-nahan al kohl mah she-ba-ra-ta le-hacha-yoht ba-hehn ne-fesh kal chai. Baruch chay ha-oh-la-meem. Reply

Anonymous beitar illit, israel November 25, 2007

I was waiting for soemone to say the brocha! Reply

Tova Thousand oaks, Ca December 20, 2006

Enjoyed seeing those kids learn to make latkes. Reminds me of when I was young and my mother showed me how to cook the Jewish dishes of my family. Reply

Miriam December 14, 2006

A little surprised that the eggs werent checked for blood... Reply

Nechama Melbourne, Australia December 10, 2006

They look yum, sound yum and I am sure they are yum! I wish I could taste some! Reply

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