Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Thanksgivukkah!

It is a big deal!
Hanukkah and Thanksgiving this year fall on the same day, which is rare.  How rare you ask?  The next time it will happen is maybe 70,000 years from now (they are not even sure).

Celebrate the season by frying your turkey (Hanukkah focuses on fried food).  You can do sweet potato and yam latkes (which are also paleo and gluten free, such a deal).

And it starts at sundown on November 27!  Which is 4:25 PM in Madison, WI.


8 comments:

  1. Is there such a thing as gefilte turkey?

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  2. I am sure you could do it. I would probably pass.

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  3. Having these two holidays on the same day poses quite the dilemma for a sensitive blogger.

    On the one hand, in recognition of the hard times befalling some, you should replace that turkey w/ a ham sandwich.

    OTOH, a ham sandwich is incredibly non-PC for Hanukkah.

    Oy!

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    1. Can you work Mormons and Homeopaths into it too?

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    2. white-bread stuffing and diluted gravy?

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    3. Can we then cook it in a sweat lodge? Yum!

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    4. Yes!

      It also helps to ventilate the bird w/ acupuncture needles then put it in a lululemon yoga bag.

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