Hanukkah Part II: Sufganiyot (Filled Doughnuts) with Passionfruit Curd and Mixed Berry Jam

Hanukkah Part II: Sufganiyot (Filled Doughnuts) with Passionfruit Curd and Mixed Berry Jam

Sufganiyot are a traditional Hanukkah food because they are fried in oil which makes us remember that that oil in the temple lasted for 8 days. And because they are delicious. Typically, they are filled with some sort of red jelly, but I decided to go wild and try something very different (and more in keeping with my non-traditional Jewishness).
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How I DID Decorate for Hanukkah

How I DID Decorate for Hanukkah

So, after my attempt to get inspiration on the internet, I decided to see what I could put into motion at home. Funnily enough, a lot of the inspiration out there was for a Hanukkah table setting… but I wasn’t really going to do a Hanukkah dinner, so it wasn’t very relevant. Instead, I tried to lean into the whole ‘Festival of Lights’ concept.
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How Do I Decorate for Hanukkah? No, Seriously, I’m Asking

How Do I Decorate for Hanukkah? No, Seriously, I’m Asking

I don’t know if you know this, but it’s the holiday season. And by ‘holiday,’ I mean Christmas. Now, I don’t hate Christmas: it seems like a real nice holiday for some people. But it’s not my holiday. However, I can’t help but want to do something to be festive in this, the darkest part of the year!

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