MUNCHIES Hanukkah Spectacular
To help us say farewell to Hanukkah on the final night of the Festival of Lights, our great pal “Barbra Streisand” makes us some luscious noodle kugel, one of her favorite Jewish recipes.
As we reach the seventh night of the Festival of Lights, Aaron Polsky—beverage director of NYC's Greenwich Project and Mulberry Project—crafts two Hanukkah-themed cocktails, both of which get set on fire.
To wild out on the sixth night of the Festival of Lights, Uri Scheft—head chef/baker of NYC’s Breads Bakery—prepares one of the most famous Hanukkah foods, sufganiyot (a fried jelly doughnut).
On the fifth night of the Festival of Lights, Liz Alpern—co-owner of Brooklyn's The Gefileteria—makes an apple-pear sauce that will take your latkes to the next level.
For the fourth night of Hanukkah, Philadelphia-based chef/restaurateur Michael Solomonov makes us a slow-roasted short rib with fried cauliflower and fresh horseradish.
For the third night of Hanukkah, mentalist and thought reader Marc Salem shows us how to make edible Hanukkah candles from pita bread filled with savory and sweet fillings.
To celebrate the second night of Hanukkah, chef/restaurateur Einat Admony shows us how to make deliciously crispy sunchoke latkes with a tangy preserved lemon yogurt sauce.
In honor of the first night of the Festival of Lights, Eliot Glazer—comedian and candy-making expert—makes homemade dark chocolate gelt, a traditional Hanukkah treat.