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  1. Hanukkah

    Our favorite Hanukkah recipes.
  2. Hanukkah Lightened Up

    To celebrate Hanukkah, we eat food fried in oil, especially traditional potato latkes and donuts. But there is no reason you can’t get creative and a little lighter with your Hanukkah foods.

    Categories: Food & Recipes, Holidays, Amy Kritzer

  3. Hanukkah Helpers

    Latkes and Sufganiyot and kugel, oh my! While you’ve been dreaming about your favorite Hanukkah flavors, we've been working hard to meet your holiday needs.

    Categories: Holidays 2012, Grocery, Elizabeth Leader Smith

  4. Hanukkah Essentials

    If you’ve been dreaming about your favorite holiday flavors — latkes and Sufganiyot and kugel — and checking out Hanukkah recipes for inspiration, now is the time to get shopping! We’ve curated holiday helpers to make your celebrations deliciously memorable.

    Categories: Grocery, Food & Recipes, Holidays, Elizabeth Leader Smith

  5. Hanukkah Recipes

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  6. Our Hanukkah Favorites

    Whether you’re making it all from scratch or need a few shortcuts, get our list of must-have products — from candles to chocolate coins — and recipes to celebrate Hanukkah.

    Categories: Grocery, Food & Recipes, Holidays, Lindsay Robison

  7. 10 Recipes for Your Hanukkah Table

    From the traditional latke to tender brisket, the comforting flavors of Hanukkah are an important part of the season. Whether you’re setting your table for a large gathering or just a small meal, here are our suggestions for a delicious Hanukkah.

    Categories: Holidays 2012, Food & Recipes, Megan Myers

  8. Dishing up Some Hanukkah Soul (Food)

  9. A Natural Hanukkah Destination

  10. Get Your Pantry Hanukkah Ready

    What ingredients do you need to prepare a delicious Hanukkah? Seasonal favorites, like root vegetables, hearty whole grains and a selection of proteins, are always important to have on hand this time of year. Beyond that, here are my top suggestions for outfitting your pantry. Like all of the products we carry in our stores, these essentials meet our strict quality standards, which require no artificial preservatives, colors, flavors, sweeteners and hydrogenated fats.

    Categories: Food & Recipes, Holidays, Grocery, Elizabeth Leader Smith

  11. Hanukkah Dishes Worth Sharing

    We've paired a few of our tried and true Hanukkah recipes with new favorites that could become holiday classics at your table.

    Categories: Food & Recipes, Holidays 2011, Elizabeth Leader Smith

  12. Stock Up on These Hanukkah Essentials

    Hanukkah is right on the heels of Thanksgiving so stock up early on these essentials. That way you can focus on your celebration rather than shopping.

    Categories: Grocery, Holidays 2010, Trends & New Stuff, Allison Burch

  13. Hanukkah Main-Dish Meats

    If you’re looking for a Hanukkah feast, Whole Foods Market® has your meat needs covered.  Turkey

    Categories: Holidays 2012, Meat, Beau Klose

  14. Holiday Sampler

    In this episode we’ll explore various holiday traditions, talk about fresh nuts and provide some tips on Hanukkah recipes.

    Categories: Food Podcasts, Holiday Archive, Archive

  15. Fig Rugelach
    Recipe Rating: 3.6672

    These cookies are a buttery and rich Hanukkah tradition. Fig preserves and pecans make the filling for these indulgent cookies. Serve with coffee or tea.

    Categories: Desserts, Gifts, Make Ahead, Picnic and Potluck, Cooking with Kids, Family Friendly, Vegetarian

  16. Chocolate Gelt Buttons
    Recipe Rating: 3.4985

    As beautiful as they are tasty, this homemade Hanukkah gelt is topped with golden flaxseeds, sesame and poppy seeds, and turbinado sugar.

    Categories: Snacks, Cooking with Kids, Gifts, Make Ahead, Dairy Free, Gluten Free, Low Sodium, Vegan, Vegetarian, Wheat Free

  17. Potato Latkes
    Recipe Rating: 3.75203

    Curious about the connection between Hanukkah and latkes? Latke is the Yiddish word for pancakes. The latke draws its origin from the Ukrainian potato pancake. It is the dish most associated with Hanukkah in the United States since foods fried in oil have symbolic meaning for the holiday. This recipe makes a lacy potato pancake as long as the matzoh meal is used sparingly. Serve with applesauce and/or sour cream.Watch our how-to video.

    Categories: Side Dishes, Dairy Free, Vegetarian, Sugar Conscious

  18. Jam-Filled Coconut Donuts
    Recipe Rating: 3.2984

    Filled with sweet-tart jam and crowned with toasted coconut, these baked donuts (a fun version of more traditional Hanukkah sufganiyot) make for a delicious family cooking project.

    Categories: Desserts

  19. Menus by Occasion

    Holiday Menus by Occasion Whether you’re looking for Thanksgiving recipes, Christmas recipes or menu ideas for Hanukkah and New Year’s, this is the spot for you. These tried-and-true menus have a little of everything – from traditional to unexpected.
  20. Eight Crazy Nights and Edible Delights

    When I was a kid, I always looked forward to Hanukkah with its eight nights of lighting candles, singing songs and best of all, exchanging gifts. Like all Jewish celebrations, food also played a major role.

    Categories: Food & Recipes, Holidays 2009, Betsy Becker