The classic potato latke. You really can't go wrong.
I know it's easier, but skip the store-bought jar, and make your own applesauce to top those perfectly fried latkes.
For those of you who not only want to think outside the latke box but also want to spice them up, this sweet potato version is the way to go.
OK, so I'm a fan of sweet potato latkes. Can you blame me?
Now this sounds like a good idea. Vodka cocktails and latkes make a perfectly acceptable dinner.
Nail this recipe, and you might not want to eat anything but brisket.
Once you've got the juicy brisket thing down, add a twist with a marinade. From spicy to sweet and everything in between, there are some delicious flavor combinations here.
Sliders... the perfect way to use up some of that leftover brisket.
If the thought of braiding dough is too much for you, then that's what bakeries are for. No judgment here...
If there's an excuse to eat jelly doughnuts (er, sufganiyot), I will take it.
There may be a few steps to this recipe, but for chocolate-filled bread, it's probably worth it, right?
The kids will love assembling — then devouring — these adorable marshmallow dreidels.
This gorgeous Star of David Bundt cake is worth the special pan required to make it. Just look at that masterpiece.
Yes, this is technically a Thanksgivukkah recipe, but if you ask me, pumpkin pie rugelach should not be relegated to a holiday that happens once every zillion years.
Hot apple cider is always festive, but this gets huge bonus points for the addition of homemade butterscotch syrup. Pour a little brandy in mine, please.
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