Thanksgivukkah Blogger Potluck

Thanksgivukkah Blogger Potluck

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This Thanksgiving, Jews in the United States will celebrate Thanksgiving and the first night of Chanukah on the same day.  This is the first time that this has happened since 1888 and it won’t happen again for another 70,000 years.  As a Jewish person, I wasn’t thrilled about this news.  Like a whiny toddler, I moaned about keeping my latkes and turkey separate.  Then, my friend Brooke from Sucre Shop changed my mind.  She bubbled with joy about the prospect of Thanksgivukkah and all of its entertaining possibilities.  I decided to embrace the holiday in grand fashion.

Thanksgivukkah Tablescape

I baked up a ton of Thanksgivukkah desserts and took them all to West Elm where their expert stylists Darraugh and Melissa helped me to create a catalog-worthy Thanksgivukkah dessert table.  I wanted to take Darraugh and Melissa home with me to style all of my holiday gatherings and parties!  Featured in the photo above and below, you’ll find my Thanksgivukkah Tzimmes (Tsimis) Pie topped with my Homemade Manischewitz-flavored Marshmallows, my turkey Chanukah gelt (I’ll be sharing the instructions soon), and some fluffy, homemade sweet potato casserole marshmallows (recipe coming soon to

Thanksgivukkah tablescape

But, my recipes weren’t enough Thanksgivukkah fun!  I also grabbed a bunch of a food blogger friends and asked them to join me to come up with appetizers, drinks, side dishes, main dishes, desserts, and decor to create a complete Thanksgivukkah meal.  Their ideas are certain to inspire you; check out the list below and show them some love!

Huge Thanks To…


Thanksgivukkah Fork

  • West Elm for helping to prop and style the Thanksgivukkah table!
  • Sucre Shop for getting me jazzed about Thanksgivukkah and providing me with sweet Thanksgivukkah forks.
  • Kakao Chocolate for teaching me  the ins and outs of homemade marshmallows.
  • All of the amazing food bloggers who joined in this potluck!  Happy Thanksgivukkah to all of you!
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8 comments on “Thanksgivukkah Blogger Potluck”

  1. Thank you so much for organizing!! So glad to participate!

  2. Thank you for putting this all together, Stefani! Happy to be a part of it!

  3. Thanks for organizing Stef – your pictures are gorgeous!! I would like a pair of West Elm food stylists for Hanukkah please ;)

  4. Kirsten says:

    I’m so glad to be a part of this–the styling of West Elm looks so gorgeous, and those Sucre Shop forks are so cute!
    Thanks for including me!

  5. Julie says:

    Hi Stef… thank you for putting this blog together. I’m working on putting my menu together for Thanksgivukkah and your links to recipes helps me out so much. You are awesome! :)

  6. Great lineup of recipes!! And I loved the Sucre Shops Thanksgivingkuh forks so much – literally just ordered 300 for a huge Thanksgivingkuh party I will be throwing.

    :) Sarah

  7. I love this! I too am loving the Thanksgiving + Hanukkah combo! :)

  8. Fletcher says:

    Hello! I understand this is kind of off-topic but I had to
    ask. Does running a well-established website like yours take a large
    amount of work? I am completely new to blogging but I do write in my diary on a daily basis.
    I’d like to start a blog so I can share my experience and views online.

    Please let me know if you have any ideas or tips for new aspiring bloggers.
    Appreciate it!

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