How American homes came to embrace mass-produced Hanukkah decorations
Growing up in Australia, I loved almost all traditional Ashkenazi dishes. But Hanukkah’s greasy potato pancakes have always left me cold.
Whether they’re the hand-bound sheets my mother took when we emigrated from the Soviet Union, or the synagogue sisterhood collection I still use to make latkes, cookbooks contain more than ingredients—they contain whole Jewish lives
Go beyond latkes to a whole world of fritters for the holiday
Make a moist brisket, then shred it and add it to your potato pancakes. It’s not what my grandmother used to make. It’s better.
Video: Make your own miracle of oil by frying up a batch of sugar-coated treats stuffed with apricot jam
These aren’t your grandmother’s potato pancakes
Rokhl’s Golden City: A time for arguments over latkes and unrestricted gambling
A miracle of lights in Texas
As the Festival of Lights gains exposure in schools, stores, and public displays, even non-Jews want to take part
Washington-area Sephardic Jews share traditional foods and converse in the disappearing language of their ancestors