To commemorate the miracle of the oil that lasted for 8 nights instead of only one, it’s a custom to eat oily foods, such as latkes and donuts. While that makes Hannukah a not so great time to start your new diet, it does provide us with a wonderful opportunity to gather with our families and friends to express gratitude for all of the great things we have in our lives. Don’t have a menorah? Not to worry. You can actually use a virtual one! Not sure how to make latkes, or any of the other traditional dishes prepared for this holiday? We’ve pinned some amazing recipes and a lot of creative decorating ideas to make this Hannukah extra special.
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