Wednesday, November 26, 2014 Kislev 4, 5775
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It’s easy to roll your eyes over the hype surrounding the confluence of Thanksgiving and Chanukah, but is it really so bad to call attention to two of our most family- and community-oriented holidays?
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What put the biggest scare into guests at Cook, a kitchen classroom in Center City, the night before Halloween? Learning that latkes do not absolutely need to have potatoes.
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Helen Nash, JTA
Enjoy your Thanksgivukkah company by picking recipes that are easy to follow and making them well in advance.
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Musicians, entertainers and Manischewitz have posted videos to celebrate this year's historic collision of Chanukah and Thanksgiving.
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Jacob Kamaras, JNS.org
Meet the woman who trademarked "Thanksgivukkah," launched a website and created merchandise marking the joint holiday.
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