Hanukkah, or Chanukah, depending on how you like it, is headed our way a bit early this year. The Festival of Lights is celebrated from (sundown) Dec. 2 to (the evening) Dec. 10. Here is how my friends and I will be celebrating:
Don’t forget to grab some everything bagels, lox and cream cheese and enjoy. Don’t skip the capers — they really add that something extra.
There's no shame in eating all of the rugelach. Pick yours up at East Side Marketplace or Stop & Shop.
Rainbow Bakery in Cranston has plenty of Hanukkah treats, my favorite being the sisal bread (it’s essentially bread made from corn and rye flour).
Head over to Davis Dairy for the best frozen latkes. (Please don’t come at me with your sour cream. Apple sauce for the win. Always.)
While I’ve only listed eight incredible ways to celebrate the victory of the Maccabees, there are plenty of other things to do. Why not discuss over a rousing game of dreidel with your neighbors?