Gift Guide: Dreidels, Latkes and Hanukkah Décor

Designed by 9-year-old Asher Weintraub of New York City and created by an Etsy ceramic artist, this turkey-menorah mash-up commemorates this year's holiday with a wink. (The "Menurkey" has been so popular that the team can't guarantee delivery by Thursday—but if you order quickly, you could use yours by the end of the holiday.)
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This year, Hanukkah—the eight-day Jewish festival of lights celebrating the rededication of the Second Temple in Jerusalem with latkes, dreidels and jelly donuts—is particularly special because the first day of the holiday falls on Thanksgiving. It's never happened before, and it's not going to happen again for hundreds of years (it's a calendar anomaly, with the Jewish calendar intersecting just so with the solar calendar).

With that in mind, celebrate this very unusual Thursday in style with turkey-topped potato pancakes and the Hanukkah-themed gifts and decorations in the slideshow above!


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