But it seems the stars have aligned just so, and we get to combine not only the actual celebrating, but the cooking and eating that are integral to these two holidays since Thanksgiving falls on the first day of Chanukah this year, giving us Thanksgivukkah.
Below is a list of the traditional foods for each holiday, and some ideas on how to combine them if you wish. Please share your recipes too!
And whoever designed this Latke Pie Server must have just been waiting for this day to arrive!
Make a wish on that wishbone, spin the dreidel, and have a great day!
Green Bean Casserole
Sweet Potato Pie
Pumpkin Pie Spice
Saying What You Are Thankful For
Watching the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
Apple sauce, plain and with cinnamon
Sour cream, plain and with sugar
Lighting the Menorah
Telling the Chanukah Story
Deep Fried Turkey
Deep Fried Stuffing Patties
Deep Fried Mashed Potato Patties
Sweet Potato Casserole with Chocolate Gelt
Latkes with Cranberry Sauce
Latkes with Gravy
Latkes with Pumpkin Butter
Olive Oil Dressing Over Brussels Sprouts
Pumpkin Pie Spiced Apple Sauce
Pumpkin Pie Spiced Sour Cream
Green Bean Casserole Topped with Crispy Latke Pieces
Cranberry Sauce Chocolate Gelt Bread Pudding
Doughnuts Filled with Cranberry Sauce
TurLatNut: Jelly donuts stuffed with cranberry sauce, stuffed into a turkey along with latkes.
Gluten Free Turkey Sandwich: Two Latkes with Sliced Turkey & Cranberry Sauce in Between!
Posted by Rachel Teichman