Latkes and Babkas and Sauerkraut...oh my!
Earlier this week Chanukah began.
While I'm not Jewish, I was raised in a environment that exposed to me to multiple religions, elasticities and people. Today many of my closest friends are Jewish - many only starting to observe holidays later in life.
This afternoon I was looking in the NYTimes Dine & Wine section and came acoss this super yummy slide show full of ideas of things to cook for Chanukah.
...Although even if I'm not Jewish, I plan to make some of them too.
Because let me tell you those Deep-Fried Garlic Cloves and the Onion Flat Rolls look:
TO DIE FOR!
|Small Latkes, Large Toppings|
|Cheese Danish Pastries (Delkelekh)|
|(L) Apple Cider Doughnuts (R) Citrus-Cured Gravlax with Toasted Fennel Seeds|
|Apple-Gruyere French Toast with Red Onion|
|Red Flannel Potato Latkes|
|Babette Friedman's Apple Cake|
|Zucchini and Carrot Fritters with Yogurt-Mint Dip|
|Deep-Fried Garlic Cloves and Green Olives|
|Brandade Potato Latkes|
|Braised Flanken with Pomegranates|
|Onion Flat Rolls (Pletzlach)|