What are you making for the last few nights of Chanukkah? Keep life easy, remember, “No patchke in the kitchen”, which in Yiddish means, “No fuss in the kitchen”. Here are two kinds of latkes that you can put on the table in a flash (the photos are a hint…) Read on for the Recipes
These are so easy and will “wow” your Thanksgivukkah crowd: all the wonderful tastes of the beloved green bean casserole rolled into a latke!! Also, no Cream of Mushroom soup involved so it can be eaten with a meat meal. The Recipe
Finally, what we have all been waiting for…the crown jewel of the Thanksgivukkah feast, Pumpkin Sufganiot!! The are so easy to make. You may have to make several batches because they will disappear very quickly!
This is such an easy topping/spread and it will become a favorite, I promise! Serve it with Turkey Latkes, on broiled fish or with chicken. It also makes a great sandwich spread. The Recipe
Just in time for Thanksgivukkah, here is an easy main course celebrating both holidays: turkey and latkes. Read on for the Recipe
This is such an easy dip, so delicious to serve for Thanksgivukkah, at Thanksgiving or at any time. So yummy!! Read on for the Recipe
This is such an easy Sweet Potato Latke recipe that you can make it in just a few minutes, even after you come home from work. I guarantee this is a “no patchke”, “no fuss” recipe. It’s perfect to serve for Thanksgivukkah this year or any year for a Chanukkah treat! Read on for the Recipe