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The earliest mention of this custom seems to have been made by Rabbi Maimon ben Joseph, father of Maimonides.
Become an expert on this widely celebrated but barely understood Jewish wintertime festival.
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Ingredients: 4 Yukon Gold potatoes ½ sweet onion 2 eggs 1 ¼ tsp. salt canola oil for frying Directions: Grate the onion and potatoes into a medium-sized bowl. Add the eggs and salt and mix to combine. Heat oil in a frying pan over medium-high heat. When o...
Ingredients: 4 zucchinis ½ sweet onion 2 Tbsp. mozzarella cheese 3 Tbsp. parmesan cheese 2 eggs ¼ tsp. salt canola oil for frying Directions: Grate the onion and zucchinis into a medium-sized bowl. Add the mozzarella, parmesan, eggs and salt. Mix to combi...
"Rebbetzin Tap & Friends"
Join Ruth in making potato latkes for Chanukah.
On Chanukah we eat foods fried in oil—such as latkes (potato pancakes) and sufganiot (doughnuts) -- in commemoration of the miracle of the oil. It is also customary to eat dairy foods in commemoration of Judith's heroic deed.
Although festive meals are not prescribed for the days of Chanukah, it is traditional to eat foods that are fried in oil...
Oh, latkes...glorious latkes... Yes, it's that time of year again, and I can't wait for you to try this fabulous new recipe I've come up with: Beet latkes stuffed with goat cheese! Why latkes? After winning the war against the Syrians, the Maccabees retur...
It’s customary to eat potato latkes (fried potato pancakes) on Chanukah, to remind us of the miracle of the oil. Looking at my latke recipe, I realized I could easily spruce them up. After all, I love edible crafts! A dreidel latke? Yummo! And who wouldn’...
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