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Here you will find the best stores for Kosher groceries, save money and time at the best online stores, Kosher recipes, Kosher cookbooks, Hanukkah gifts and the history of Hanukkah.

THE BEST ONLINE STORES FOR KOSHER GROCERIES

Looking for an online store that sells Kosher products? ClIck on the country to find a store. We provide business information including shipping information.

    

KOSHER GROCERY STORES "NEAR ME"

Looking for a local store that sells Kosher products?  ClIck on the country to find a local store.....hundreds listed  with business information including telephone and Google  map.

    

Holiday Recipes - Hanukkah

Explore our holiday/festive recipes to enjoy traditional food and drinks that represent the heart & soul of the world's diverse cultures & religions. Just click on your recipe of choice for ingredients/instructions.

Sweet, flaky pastry filled with currents, nuts, preserves and chocolate.
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Tasty roast shoulder of lamb enhanced with herbs & honey.
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A spicy version of a classic Roast Brisket often served at a #Hanukkah dinner.
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Savory cheese & broccoli noodle pudding brings comfort home for the holidays
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Traditional fried potato cakes
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Deep-fried jelly doughnuts eaten during the Jewish Jewish festival of Hanukkah.
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Fried honey puffs are a traditional #Hanukkah food from the Mediterranean
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Indian-Spiced Salmon
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WHAT IS HANUKKAH?

Although Hanukkah celebrates a military victory, its major symbol — the Hanukkah menorah, or hanukkiah — reminds Jews of the miracle of the oil. As the Jews purified their Holy Temple after the victory, they found only one flask of the oil for the eternal lamp — enough to keep it burning for just one day. But a miracle occurred, and the oil lasted eight days and nights until more oil could be brought from afar. That miracle explains why they celebrate Hanukkah for eight days and also why Hanukkah is called the Festival of Lights.

The Hanukkah menorah holds nine candles, one for each of the eight nights and an additional candle that’s used to light the others. One candle is lit on the first night of Hanukkah, two on the second night, until all eight candles are lit on the eighth night.

Hanukkah is a time to celebrate with family and friends, to eat yummy holiday treats and to give gifts (especially to children) 

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