This year’s eight-day Hanukkah celebration lasts from sundown on November 28 to the evening of December 6, 2021. Throughout this holiday, Jewish families will indulge in traditional Hanukkah foods like fried potato pancakes known as latkes and fried jelly doughnuts called sufganiyot.
Are you noticing a theme? Many traditional foods to eat for Hanukkah are fried to commemorate the miracle that allowed one cruse of oil to provide light for eight days. Here’s a look at more of this holiday’s symbolic foods and easy Hanukkah recipes to go with them.
When it comes time to shop for Jewish food during Hanukkah, look no further than NetCost Market. We have everything you need to make the perfect latkes, Hanukkah cookies, and everything in between. For over 20 years, we have been the go-to market for our Jewish customers in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania, offering a world of food all under one roof. So visit one of our local stores today, or try convenient online grocery shopping or home grocery delivery.