Posted on Friday, October 4th, 2013
This year, and again in 70,000 years, November 28, 2013, will be both (American) Thanksgiving and the 1st day of Chanukah! The possibilities are endless: deep-fried turkey; latkes with cranberry sauce and gravy; pumpkin sufganiot, menorahs shaped like turkeys. . . Although some of us travel to be with family, those of us who will be here will celebrate this convergence with a Thanksgivukkah dinner at the Temple, and then by serving meals to the needs at the Community Cafe. All those who RSVP can select a Thanksgivukkah dish to prepare for us from this list of suggestions (or their own): http://www.buzzfeed.com/christinebyrne/thanksgivukkah. RSVP to Rabbi Ed by Tuesday.