Posts Tagged “chanukah”

Baked chocolate donut holes

By | December 22, 2014

What’s the best way to celebrate your baby’s first birthday? I debated this for weeks (but of course I did). I thought it was important to do something to mark our Chanukah baby’s big day, I just wasn’t sure what. My husband felt the same. Fifteen years down the road, if our son asked what […]

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{Video} Fried latkes vs baked latkes

By | December 18, 2014

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So something really exciting happened this week — ready for it? — I lost my camera. That meant that my big plans to do a post about fried latkes vs. baked latkes were going downhill fast, because you can’t do a blog post without a photo (be honest now, you’d glide right over a photo-less post, […]

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Chanukah frittata

By | December 3, 2013

How do you turn latkes into a main dish? What do you do with your leftover latkes? One thing, and one thing only: make a Chanukah frittata! I don’t know about you, but around here there is no such thing as leftover latkes. Latkes are immediately consumed once they’re cool enough to touch, so for […]

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Potato leek latkes

By | November 28, 2013

I have a confession to make. Although for these last three Chanukahs, I’ve been singing the praises of lots and lots of alternatives to the standard potato latke, my all-time favorite is actually…a standard potato latke. A perfectly made standard potato latke, with lacy soft middles and crispy brown outsides and more sour cream than […]

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