Saturday, 20 December 2008

More Latkes, Please

Holiday Guide / Staff Favorites
An occasional series in which staff members share a recipe that we turn to time and again: Just one miracle is associated with Hanukkah, the Jewish festival of lights commemorating the rededication of Jerusalem's Holy Temple some 2,200 years ago. It can be recounted even by those who don't celebrate the holiday: Only a small amount of purified oil could be found for lighting the temple's eternal flame. It lasted eight days instead of one. ...
... And so the custom of eating foods fried in oil was born. I'll be doing that starting at sundown on Sunday, when Hanukkah begins this year.
But I'm thinking there's a second, lesser miracle involved: when cooks can turn out dozens of latkes, ...

Full Story: More Latkes, Please; By Bonnie S. Benwick, Washington Post




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