Hanukkah is full of history and tradition, and its dishes are no different. To celebrate that spirit, we've rounded up recipes fit for the holiday. Some are classics that you'll instantly recognize, whereas others are traditional plates with a twist. Take a look, and let us know if you have any of your own!
Pastrydiva shares a great way to use your leftover cranberries with a pound cake that's perfect for the holiday season.This past Sunday we had friends over for dinner, the dinner consisted of bolognese, warm pancetta spinach salad, garlic bread, steamed green beans, and to finish the meal we had cranberry white chocolate pound cake.
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While its texture isn't quite the same as minced ginger, ginger juice is literally just juiced and strained gingerroot, so it serves as a near-exact analogue in beverages, anything pureed, or as part of a sauce or marinade. I also like to keep a bottle in my fridge even when ginger is in season for when I only need a small quantity of ginger and don't feel like busting out my Microplane.