December 13, 2019
Coming to the end of December (and Kislev), the Festival of Lights looms brightly in the corners of our eyes. The moon wanes in the sky, we dig our menorahs out of storage or take them off the shelves they have decorated for the past year— perhaps purchase one for the first time or add another to our collection—and ready our window sills as snow begins to fall. There are so many ways we prepare ourselves for this time of year, but there is one tradition that unites us all: the warm, oh-so-yummy goodness of deep fried food.
In honoring the miracle of Chanukah oil, it is tradition to fry up all kinds of delicious goodies this time of year. Latkes and sufganiyot (jelly donuts) already have our mouths watering. Then of course, there’s kugel (noodle AND potato), applesauce, rugelach, challah...what were we saying again? The point is, there’s so many delicious ways to celebrate Chanukah—and beautiful ways to serve them—so here are a few simple ideas for your table this year:
No matter what foods you fill your table and belly with this Chanukah season, everything tastes better when shared with loved ones. From all of us at Kolbo, we wish you a very Happy Chanukah!
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