Whether you celebrate Christmas or Hanukkah or are simply looking for new recipes to try, these Jewish holiday classics won’t disappoint.
Challah bread— This recipe from Food & Wine is a twist on the classic, braided bread. It’s also more traditional to the Sephardic Jews of the Mediterranean and is flavored with caraway and anise. There is nothing quite like fresh challah, any time of the year.
Latkes, any way you like— Pick your favorite latkes recipe, from savory to sweet to oven-fried. With seven recipes to try, you’ll be sure to have enough through the eight days of Hanukkah.
– Abby Cooper, The Alaska 100