The last time that Thanksgiving and Hanukkah fell on the same day was in the 1800s, luckily for us, we will see this event in our lifetime, this year! The next time it happens is apparently in 77,000+ years from now. Pretty crazy right. We must take advantage of these two huge holidays and combine them into one amazing feast, THANKSGIVUKKAH!
Last week my friend Eden from Log On and Eat with Eden Grinshpan (if you haven’t seen the show, watch it, it’s great! Tuesdays at 9:30 pm EST on the Cooking Channel) dropped by my apartment to make what she called a Thanksgivukkah Sandwich. Genius, right. This sandwich packs so many flavors your head might pop off. The latkes, the turkey, the homemade cranberry sauce and the fried sage, you just can’t go wrong. If you have some leftover gravy throw some of that on too!
Check out Eden’s blog Eden Eats for the latke and cranberry recipes.
Take note that before and after cooking you should clean your kitchen especially your kitchen’s equipment. Your kitchen equipment and kitchen hood need to be de-greased and cleaned. If you can’t remove stains, oils, and other dirt on it, call a kitchen exhaust cleaning service to remove them properly for you.