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Hanukkah Dinner

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Hanukkah is only 2 days away!  It starts on December 21st at sundown.  The big question?  What to serve for the holiday of lights and oil.

Here is a festive menu that I have put together for a delicious Hanukkah dinner, full of lovely winter vegetables in peak season.  You don’t have to tell anyone it’s gluten-free, dairy-free and does not contain processed white sugar.  I’ve served this to crowds before and no one had a clue.  They just chowed.  Enjoy and have a very happy Hanukah!

What will you be serving for Hanukkah?  Do you have a favorite dish?  Leave a comment and let us know!


           
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December 19, 2008


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  1. My Mom’s best friend is Jewish, and we always went over at Hanukkah. They are like family to me. My favorite was the latkes with apple sauce and her chocolate chip cake, which was also her son’s favorite, and the reason she kept making it every year :-)

    Happy Hanukkah Elana!

    Love, Kelly

  2. jazzygus

    I love your Butternut Squash Latkes! What a fantastic idea! I will be trying them out this season for sure as Latkes have alway been a favorite treat of mine!

  3. I keep forgetting to buy kale at the store! I’m dying to try your kale w/ cranberries recipe! I love this photo, by the way! it’s absolutely stunning!

  4. What a nice Hanukkah menu.My favourite Hanukkah dish at the moment is sweet potato latkes.

  5. VeggieGirl -Thanks and hope you have a great holiday!

    Kelly -Thanks for your comment; that chocolate chip cake sounds amazing. Have a wonderful holiday :-)

    jazzygus -I hope you like them as much as we do.

    Stephanie -Thanks for your compliment regarding my kale photo. I think you will really enjoy that dish.

    yaelian -That sounds delicious.

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