Observe the Festival of Lights with special menus and recipes that reflect the spirit of the season.
Hanukkah Supper MenuCelebrate this eight-day festival with a special dinner.
Hanukkah with FriendsSephardic Jews have culinary roots throughout the Mediterranean, so this company-worthy dinner highlights the bright, sunny flavors of Spain, Turkey, and Morocco.
Special Hanukkah MenuThere's no better way to celebrate the miracle than with a gathering of family, friends, and food. This menu includes traditional fare such as blini, Hanukkah doughnuts, glazed salmon, and potato latkes.
Feast of DedicationServe a casual, yet sophisticated dinner with dishes that maintain the spirit of the occasion, but take a slight departure from the traditional recipes.
A Hip Way To Celebrate HanukkahThere's no need for a traditional celebration to be boring when you prepare and serve time-honored dishes in a whole new way.
Hungarian BrisketFor many people, it would not be Hanukkah without a traditional brisket. This make-ahead version allows you to spend more time with family and friends. Serve the tender slices of meat with Potato-Scallion Latkes, fresh asparagus, and Apple Nut Cake for a heart-warming meal worthy of the occasion.
A Healthy Hanukkah MenuShare and give thanks with the flavors of seasonal bounty.
Israeli Hanukkah MenuSit down to a commemorative dinner that gathers culinary traditions from Morocco to Middle Europe.
Family Festival of Lights SupperThis casual family supper is inspired by tastes from the Mediterranean, North Africa, and the Middle East. You can mix and match the main dishes and sides, or prepare them all for a hearty buffet-style meal.
Make It Special MenuLouisville's first family shares their favorite Hanukkah menu.
Hanukkah Comfort Food MenuTreat your family to classic comfort food as you celebrate Hanukkah this year.