That’s because Chanukkah and Thanksgiving won’t overlap for another 70K years. The last time it happened was in the 1800’s. So, we Modern Jewish Peeps are celebratin’ with traditional food from two holidays. Yippee!
Do you need some help in figuring out how to meld the two holidays together? We created a Pinterest board to help. There are plenty more to search. And, because we don’t know just one way to spell Chanukkah–there are several variations of Thanksgivukkah too, so be sure to check for all the spellings when you look for your favorite combo-recipes.
A few other fun links we found to celebrate the day include:
BuzzFeed has amazing ways to create new foods from traditional Thanksgiving and Chanukkah like potato latkes with cranberry applesauce or sweet potato bourbon noodle kugel. Yum!