We’re celebrating Chanukah with 8 nights of delectable recipes. Simple starters, flavorful classics, and new twists. Let’s go big this holiday season and celebrate bigger.
What are you cooking up for the Festival of Lights?
Latkes are eaten at Chanukah to remind us of the miracle- that the oil lasted for 8 days and nights. To remind us of the oil, Latkes are deep-fried and although they are now made of potato and onion they were actually originally made of cheese! To remember this history and these latkes have a molten cheese center that will bring a new flair to your holiday table.
Brisket has been eaten at Jewish celebrations since the 1700s. This One-pan orange-infused melt in your mouth brisket is soaked in history and flavor and is sure to bring any party that much more delicious.
Bagels are the pinnacle of “Jewish food” and the only way to eat bagels is with cream cheese and lox. Cue this party dip that has all the flavors and nostalgia of Sunday brunch with a fun twist.
Just because its not Rosh Hashanah doesn’t mean you can’t still dip some apples! This time in honey AND rich and creamy goat cheese.
Chewy pearl couscous with zesty tomato and sweet honey paired with perfect shreds of parmesan to make this the ultimate dish. Keep the party going with this fresh and delicious recipe.
Get cozy with this simple, silky and smoky soup. This hearty soup transforms fresh ingredients into comfort in a bowl.
Transport your tastebuds right to your favorite Deli with these classic Black and Whites. With the soft cookie and beautiful icing these are sure to make your holiday.
Sufganiyot or jelly donuts are a traditional Chanukah treat as they, like latkes, are fried in oil. Using tradition as inspiration we’ve developed this easy and stunning bundt cake with a gooey jelly swirl topped with a lemon glaze, it’s the perfect holiday slice.