Welcome to the Ultimate Hanukkah Guide! PBS wants to help you and your family celebrate the festival of lights for all eight nights. Below you will find delicious Jewish recipes, stories of Hanukkah from across America, and suggestions for celebrating the holiday with children.

Turkey and Latkes? Celebrate Thanksgivukkah!

Turkey and Latkes? Celebrate Thanksgivukkah!

How do you combine Hanukkah and Thanksgiving when they overlap? PBS Food shares recipes.

Five Tips for the Best Homemade Latkes

Five Tips for the Best Homemade Latkes

If you prefer your latkes fluffy, follow these tips and get a recipe as well.

Joan Nathan Shares Her Most Memorable Hanukkah

Joan Nathan Shares Her Most Memorable Hanukkah

Jewish cookbook author Joan Nathan remembers a family trip to Jerusalem.

Discover the History of Latkes

Discover the History of Latkes

Learn why dairy foods and latkes are traditionally associated with Hanukkah.

Edible Hanukkah Menorahs

Edible Hanukkah Menorahs

Celebrate Hanukkah with edible menorahs.

Mark L. Walberg Remembers His Childhood

Mark L. Walberg Remembers His Childhood

The Antiques Roadshow host shares his memories as a Jewish kid in the South.

Five Hanukkah Recipes for Every Night

Five Hanukkah Recipes for Every Night

From latkes to rugelach, find great Hanukkah recipes including leftover ideas.

Bunuelos (or Bimuelos) with Honey – Sephardic Hanukkah Donut

Bunuelos (or Bimuelos) with Honey – Sephardic Hanukkah Donut

Celebrate Hanukkah with this rustic yeast-raised and fried donut. Serve with honey.

Beautiful Brisket

Beautiful Brisket

Try your hand at some tasty and traditional Hanukkah recipes.


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