On the first night of Hanukkah, my mommy gave to me — some yummy latkes made by me! We're wishing everyone celebrating the festival of lights a happy start to their holiday this weekend! After the menorah, there are few symbols of the holiday as prevalent as the latke — that potato pancake fried up in olive oil and dipped in either applesauce or sour cream. While kids shouldn't be the ones handling the flipping in the hot oil, they can still help with the latke preparation so they can claim the dish as their own at your upcoming Hanukkah celebrations. Check out how my lil helper got to work on our favorite latke recipe this past weekend then delved into a pile of the tasty, crispy treats!
I recently asked you to help me out with the tablescape for a Hanukkah dinner. I promised a girlfriend I would set her table in a blue and silver color scheme so she could spend her time cooking the meal. The inspiration for the table was this elegant blue champagne glass.The rest of the setting: tablecloth, plates, candles, etc, you found and added to the Yum Market with the tag of Hanukkah Dinner.
A friend of mine is hosting a big Hanukkah dinner. She actually makes excellent traditional Jewish holiday fare but when it comes to creatively styling a party she's totally at a loss. So she's asked me if I would create a beautiful table setting for her to display and serve all of her delicious dishes. The color scheme is shades of blues and silvers and I found a stunning blue champagne glass but I need you to search the web for all of the accessories. It's a sit down dinner so she'll need everything: table cloth, placemats, napkins, napkin holders, candles, stemware, dinnerware, and flatware. Pay attention to the special details and if you find any gorgeous extras, mark those as well. Add your goodies to the Yum Market and tag them with "Hanukkah Dinner".