Photo: Danny Ngan
It’s time to take out the menorah and insert the candles that will radiate the room with its blessed light. Chanukah is a holiday loved by children who play games with dreidels and receive gifts. It is an ancient holiday that marks the miracle of ‘oil’ which was only sufficient to keep the candles burning at the holy temple for one day but miraculously burned for 8 days. It is of no surprise that one sees many fried dishes at Hanukah to commemorate oil. Donuts and latkes are no strangers to the table.
While many have already selected their favorite fried options, the non-fried varieties are more than welcome too. Today’s Chanukah dish is a Harissa-marinated Sirloin with Preserved Lemon Sauce. Read More
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