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Why Do We Eat Dairy on Shavuot?

Numerous traditions surround the dairy meal of Shavuot.

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Giving Food To The Less Fortunate On Purim

The festival of Purim will be observed this week, with a series of main mitzvot (commandments). And in true Jewish fashion, two of those deal with food.

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Add Sparkle to Your Tu B’Shvat Seder

Add sparkle to your Tu B’Shvat seder sweet potato-pear soup, winter salad with orange sections and pistachios, and an apple, walnut and cranberry cake.

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Kabbalah’s Tu B’Shvat Seder is Conduit for Environmental Activism

Those seeking a deeper experience with Tu B’Shvat may choose to take part in a “Tu B’Shvat seder”—not to be confused with the Passover version.

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Hanukkah Food Pics Drive Instagram’s Biggest Day Ever

Instagram had its most popular day ever last week, thanks to Thanksgivukkah, the rare confluence of Hanukkah and Thanksgiving.

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Food Can Menorahs Lit Across the Country

Across the country, Jews are constructing menorahs out of donated canned foods, which are then given to local charities and the needy.

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Learn How to Make Sufganiyot for Hanukkah

Learn how to make sufganiyot, jelly-filled doughnuts traditionally made and eaten on Hanukkah, from scratch!

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Watch A Turkey And A Dreidel Rap-Battle In Manischewitz’s Thanksgivukkah Video

Kosher food producer Manischewitz produces a viral video of a turkey rap-battling a dreidel for Thanksgivukah dominance.

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8 Latke Recipes for 8 Nights of Hanukkah

We have put together a gallery of all our eight favorite kinds of latkes, one for each night of Hanukkah!

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A Brief History of Potato Latkes for Hanukkah

Latkes are potato pancakes fried in oil that commemorate the Hanukkah miracle, but the use of potatoes is actually a relatively new development.

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