With this whole Thanksgivukkah business, it seems like everyone's doing the holidays a little bit differently this year. So I'm sharing two of the most traditional Chanukah recipes I know for those who want to celebrate not doing things differently.
You've moved in together with your boyfriend and things have been going well for the most part except when it comes to the kitchen. He was raised kosher style while you grew up keeping kosher. He is fine with the two sets of dishes and silverware but is uncomfortable with the parve items. You've already labeled the cooking utensils with different colors of electric tape. Are there are any other suggestions about "teaching" about keeping kosher?
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