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What to Make for Hanukkah

From a large-format latke to braised short ribs, dinner will be delicious
The Best Hanukkah Recipes
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When Hanukkah falls, as it typically does, on a weeknight in early or mid-December, finding time to host a special holiday dinner party can be a challenge. This year, the first night lands on Christmas Eve, leaving a perfect window of time for those who don't celebrate Christmas to invite friends over and host a fry fest, using the holiday's signature ingredient: oil.

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This year, we're sticking with tradition but updating it a bit. Think scallion pancake-inspired latkes that are as big as pizzas and Moroccan spiced doughnuts with espresso fudge sauce. Check out the slideshow for our ultimate menu for a Hanukkah feast.

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