Taking a short break and wishing all my readers happy holidays and a peaceful and yummy New Year.
Tag Archives | Hannukah
A new recipe for a cranberry orange rugelach, inspired by my Aunt Marilyn and giving a nod to the once-in-a-lifetime holiday of Thanksgivukkah.
Here’s a handy round-up of eight terrific potato latke recipes – all tried and true and all share at least one unique tip for THE BEST latke ever! Can’t decide which to use – there are eight days of Hannukah – try them all!
I was a terrible mother last night. (Yeah — I know what you all just thought – “only last night?”) It was the last night of Hannukah and it was the kids’ turn to exchange gifts with each other and my son gave me a gift as well. Dad will have to wait for Christmas. […]
A Loving Tribute to a Fabulous Woman and Prolific Baker Laughter, family, friends and home-baked goods. Does a human being really need anything more to live a joyful life? Last October, my dear friend’s mother – my most favorite cookie baker of all time – left this world far too soon. When she died, we […]
Just as we all are recovering from the procrastination, preparation, gluttony, and good times with family and friends that is Thanksgiving, Hannukah (sundown Dec. 1 thru sundown Dec. 9) is right there staring at those of us who celebrate. If you’re not familiar with the holiday, it is the 8-night Jewish Festival of Lights, commemorating […]