The following Thanksgivukkah menu is based on recipes that can be found in Entree to Judaism: A Culinary Exploration of the Jewish Diaspora and Entrée to Judaism for Families: Jewish Cooking and Kitchen Conversations with Children, on sale November 15, 2013. We've shared some of the recipes here as a helpful Thanksgivukkah sneak peek; the rest can be found in the cookbooks.
Of course, feel free to add your family favorites and any appetizers you might want to serve beforehand. And let us know: What Thanksgivukkah foods will grace your table this year?
- Roasted Turkey on a Bed of Mixed Vegetables
- Potato Latkes or Gluten-Free Ethiopian Sweet Potato/Carrot Latkes
- Homemade Applesauce
- Potato-Onion Kugel, if you’re not making potato latkes – or if you are, Savory Challah Bread Kugel with Dried Fruits, Nuts and Sun-dried Tomatoes, which is a great substitute for your usual stuffing
- Roasted Butternut Squash, Apples and Onions or Caribbean Sweet Potato Pumpkin Cazuela
- Apple Pear Cranberry Relish with Grand Marnier
- Whole Baked Pumpkin with Spiced Coconut Cream
- Fresh Apple Cake
- Spiced Angel Pecans