For the first time in our lifetime, Thanksgiving and Hanukkah will be celebrated on the same day, Thursday, November 28, 2013. (This won't happen again for another 77,000 years!) For my multicultural family (my dad is Chinese and Buddhist, my mom's a Jewish New Yorker), the convergence of these two holidays is special because both commemorate freedom and gratitude. Another perk of this rare holiday combination means two food-centric meals merge into one delicious menu that honors both celebrations.
The menu I put together represents a mix of traditional favorites from each holiday that complement each other. While this menu isn't for a kosher meal, you can easily adapt the menu: just swap oil for butter in the Brussels sprouts and take a break between dinner and dessert--something you'll probably want to do anyway to fully savor this "historical" blend of flavors. I'm so excited for this festiveRead More »from What Should You Make for Thanksgivukkah? Check Out This Fun, Delicious Menu for Thanksgiving + Hanukkah 2013