This year, Thanksgiving and the first day of Hanukkah fall on the same day, November 28. This hasn’t happened since 1899, and it won’t happen again for another 70,000 years. What better way to celebrate than with a feast of feasts? We came up with a few ideas for adding a light-hearted Thanksgivukkah touch to your holiday menu.
Combine a Thanksgiving staple, pecan pie, with rugelach, a triangle of pastry dough rolled around a filling crescent-style. There’s no way we’re waiting another 70,000 years to have this again.
Apple Cider Crescent Doughnut Holes
Many foods traditionally served for Hanukkah are fried in oil, right down to the jelly doughnuts, or sufganiyot. Turn them into a Thanksgivukkah supertreat by making doughnut holes filled with cider cream instead.
Faux Challah Bread with Cranberry Butter