There is optimism in the air in the dark days of Kislev. With Chanukah so near, who isn't longing for more light? The comforting glow of the menorah warms our neshamos and gives us a glimmer of the good that lies hidden in life’s challenges.
Chanukah also brings with it more reasons to gather with friends, family and community & because we are Jewish, that always involves food, of course!
To help you out, I’ve put together four menus of Chanukah recipes from Cooking for the King including Shabbos and for the Americans, a menu for Hodu-day (Thanksgiving).
Here's an introduction to recipes from Cooking for the King, first edition. Maybe you thought it was just for Rosh Hashanah? Not at all. We make Dixie Corn Dollars and Sephardic Leek Patties every Chanukah in our house! And there are some delicious fish recipes and soups to go with your dairy and meat meals.
Classic Thanksgiving dishes like the Pumpkin Pie and Squash Casserole, got rave reviews. I think you are going to love these suggestions. So, please pull out your copy of Cooking for the King* and follow the links below to more recipes that include flavorful finger lickin’ latkes on theKosherChannel.com. Enjoy being Queen in your Chanukah Kitchen this year. Don’t forget to let me know how it goes.
*Get your copies of Cooking for the King today, they make perfect, thoughtful and affordable gifts! Wishing you and your loved ones a wonderful & warmth filled Chanukah.