Photographed by Chayim B. Alevsky
So, you are planning cozy Hanukkah meals for family and friends gathering to celebrate together, as always~with food! It's wonderful to have Hanukkah as our oasis of warmth and light in the middle of a cold dark winter.
But we still have our mantle of daily responsibilities to take care of. How can we handle it all with a smile?
First, remember that our dedication to family and community is a mantle of royalty. We sometimes feel a burden that keeps us from our mission in life. This IS our mission. If you run a home, you have a leadership role, and every leader must have a PLAN (click here for the page with the Queen in the Kitchen Chanukah Meal Plan).
That's why I am giving you some of my all time best recipes and planning tips to keep under your crown, from Cooking for The King. I hope you'll try them and don't forget to let me know how your holiday went with your Queen in the kitchen Hanukkah plan. Consider it a Hanukkah gift, especially for you!
Easy and Elegant, Cozy and Comfortable: Warming Winners everytime
~26 Mix and Match Recipes for 8 Hanukah Nights~
Hanukkah is a holiday bursting with meaning, ideas that we can apply to our daily lives. We eat traditional foods fried in oil at our Hanukkah meal to remind us of the miracles and bravery, and the dedication and purity of our forefathers ~attributes accessible to every Jewish woman as we build ourselves, our family and community.
Cooking for The King by Renee Chernin ~ The book of Torah insights, recipes and practical tips designed to bring majesty to the mundane.
As featured in Mishpacha, the Jewish Press, Hamodia, Yated & 5Towns Jewish Home
Frying isn't frightening with the right tools for the job: